And just gonna mention here… “Ash” now has a new design and name! Her nickname is still Ash but her full name is Ripley Ashwood~ and she is now of Asian descent instead of being white. I haven’t decided if she’s full Asian yet nor have I decided what part of Asia she is from but this is still the facts huehuehue
This week, Citi Bike and Citi invite everyone in NYC to join us as we ‘Ride with Pride’ on one of 200 festively-wrapped Citi Bikes. These bright bikes will be available throughout the Citi Bike system area for everyone to ride. A number of the rainbow bikes will also be ridden by Citi and Motivate staffers in the annual Pride March on Sunday.
Take a spin for yourself and share a picture with the tag #RideWithPride
Revelers can get to and from the Pride Festival and Pier dance on Sunday by Citi Bike, as Citi will offer special valet service at select locations near the Pride route throughout the day. Even if a rack is full, valets will be available to accept your bike and close out your trip. We don’t want you to miss a moment of the action!
“We’re proud of our diverse workforce and our diverse customers,” said Jay Walder, President and CEO of Motivate, which operates Citi Bike. “We’re proud to partner with Citi to celebrate with New Yorkers, and Citi Bike valet service will help make it a little easier to get to and from the great events on Sunday.”
“Citi Bike is a highly visible part of New York City’s landscape, and we are proud the bikes will help highlight and support Gay Pride Week,” said Lisa Dacey, Head of Marketing, Citi U.S. Consumer and Commercial Banking and CitiMortgage. “Citi is glad to enable Citi Bike valet service new the Pride March, which should make it easier for people to attend the march.”
A huge thanks to Citi for sponsoring Citi Bike valet service at the following locations:
9th Ave & West 14th Street: 11 am - 6 pm
Washington Place & Sixth Ave: 11 am - 6 pm
Laight Street & Hudson Street: 2:30 - 10:30 pm
Some Citi Bike stations on the route will be deactivated or removed to make room for the March and spectators including: