Drunk Citi Biking Is Officially a ‘Trend’

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The New York Times says so: "For bar crawlers on a budget, the bike-share system beats paying for a cab … It's also better than sweating on a subway platform and woozily waiting for a train after a night of partying." And it's exercise. "I do feel a sense of accomplishment when I Citi Bike to a place and I'll be like, 'I'll have a Bud Heavy today instead of a Bud Light,'" one Alphabet City real-estate developer told the paper. But there are limits, explained another source on the ground: "I've never blackout Citi Biked."