That's right: go to Billings, Montana and the bikes, helmets and locks are free to pedal around downtown during the day. It's a project run not by B-Cycle, or another company launching big city bike shares in the U.S., but the Downtown Billings Alliance. Joe Stout of the Alliance says they hope locals will "think bike" for the short trips that people would usually do in their car at lunchtime. "You don't have to be Lance Armstrong to ride your bike to the grocery store and get a backpack full of groceries," he says. Hear more from Yellowstone Public Radio's Jackie Yamanaka.