Stories told on two wheels
In a short period of time since Bublr Bikes has been around, we have met many outstanding individuals who have shared with us their love for Bublr. Bublr for many has become more than just a fun recreative activity. Milwaukeeans are going to work and school, improving their health and becoming more independent by utilizing bike share.
Portraits of Bublr: Karen Diaz
We first met Karen Diaz this spring but her love for Bublr has had her riding long before our first meet. Being an International Studies major at UW-Milwaukee along with living in the Milwaukee area she has used Bublr Bikes to facilitate her commutes.
Portraits of Bublr: Pete Jurgeleit
We are focused on people like Pete because he is part of a growing population, aside from recreation, that uses Bublr to commute. Now more than ever a “joy ride,” to a Milwaukeean is getting to work, going to school, and catching the next bus.
Portraits of Bublr: Emily Graham
It’s been said that once you learn to ride a bike, the skill is never forgotten. When Emily Graham was first introduced to Bublr Bikes she enjoyed it as a recreational activity. After suffering a traumatic brain injury, Bublr Bikes became a means of independence for her.
Portraits of Bublr: Steve Austin
In a short period of time since Bublr Bikes has been around, we have met many outstanding individuals who have shared with us their love for Bublr. Bublr for many has become more than just a fun Since late September, Steven has taken nearly 200 on Bublr Bikes. He says it keeps his BMI levels low and he enjoys riding around Milwaukee in the morning when the streets are quiet. Steven also attends school and takes many buses daily. By checking out a Bublr he has been able to move around much quicker.