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Boris Bikes now open for all

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From December 3rd London’s Barclays Cycle Hire Scheme will be open to casual users.

Anyone with a debit or credit card will be now be able to hire a bike by swiping their card at the payment system at docking terminals.

The scheme had only previously been open to members of the public that had registered to use the scheme.

Mayor of London Boris Johnson said: “It is fantastic that the Barclays cycle hire scheme has not only proved incredibly popular but the system has shown itself to be rigorous and robust.

“Now it has been thoroughly tried and tested by more than a 100,000 members we are ready for the next stage where anyone who fancies taking to two wheels can do so in an instant with a simple swipe of their card.”

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