Bike News Roundup: What should Pronto’s theme song sound like?

It’s (well past) time for the Bike News Roundup! Here’s a look at some of the stuff floating around the interwebs recently.

First up, it’s a good thing Pronto Cycle Share Executive Director Holly Houser is in a rock band, because I would hate for our bike share system’s theme song to be this bad:

OK, fine, after listening to it again, it’s stuck in my head. You win this one, overly-literal bike-loving K-pop song! ♫ More beautiful town or city with bicycles!

Pacific Northwest News:

Halftime show! Some happy images from a Bike Works bike rodeo at NewHolly:

National & Global News:

This is an open thread.

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5 Responses to Bike News Roundup: What should Pronto’s theme song sound like?

  1. Josh says:

    I propose a beat composed of samples of bike noises (clicks, whirrs, bells, brake pumps, gear shifts, pumps, air valves…) juxtaposed against some lyricless vocals representing the joy and exhilaration of the human experience.

  2. Zach Shaner says:

    Well we could go literal and actually use Snoop Dogg’s “Pronto” ;)

  3. Al Dimond says:

    Hey, contraflow bike lanes! Where should they go? Bell Street! Where on Bell Street? The whole damn length of it! What about all the current landscaping? Bulldoze it and force the designers to watch!

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