Syracuse, N.Y. - The city's brand new bike-sharing program is expected to officially launch tomorrow.
Officials say the bikes will be GPS monitored and can run about 40 miles on a single charge. They'll be located at over 30 different hubs in the city and it'll cost folks two bucks for a one-time ride.
A monthly subscription will cost $12 while a yearly subscription will cost $50.
Riders are asked to wear a helmet and obey all traffic and safety laws.