Thank goodness it’s not a Segway.
A bike-sharing company similar to CoGo throughout the city is setting up at Easton, rather than catering to a city, the company Zagster is catering to a business. Shoppers can hop on a bike and wiz around the mall (since walking isn’t cool anymore) and then park the bike when they are done. Currently three companies have agreed to stock 22 bikes, but according to Columbus Business First CEO and co-founder Tim Ericson said eventually he wants to begin stocking the bikes with the mass majority of the companies at Easton.
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