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I wouldn't quite call it bike sharing along the lines of CaBi, SmartBike, or B-Cycle. Instead, it sounds more like the "check out a bike" system that many universities have (but with spiffier bikes since the apartment complex is paying). I've seen a few other apartment buildings, including one in DC, which keep some loaner bikes around for residents' recreational needs -- but the SMS automation is a nice twist that makes this a viable system for commutes.

And if you're counting less-than-fully-automated systems with closed audiences, might as well throw in the House staffers' Wheels for Wellness:

I would have included Wheels for Wellness, but I think it has been shut down. I don't see the bikes anymore.

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