WEST PALM BEACH, Florida – Downton Abbey The Exhibition is now an official partner of SkyBike, the two companies announced today. SkyBike and Downton Abbey The Exhibition will collaborate to provide a healthy and environmentally friendly transportation option throughout West Palm Beach while promoting the exhibition.
SkyBike launched in West Palm Beach in October 2015. The system currently has over 150 bicycles and 17 stations.
Users can register online or download the nextbike app. The cost of the program is $99 per year or $14.95 a month and includes unlimited 45-minute trips. Riders can also choose a pay-as-you-go option for $3 per 30-minute ride.
Riders can use a smart phone or key card to unlock bicycles at any of the stations in the system. Once rented, the user will be given a code to unlock the bike and begin their 30 or 45-minute ride. The highlight of the system is the ability to park the bikes temporarily, as well as the ability for users to end their trip at a station that is already full. This feature, which is lacking in prior-generation bike sharing models, allows users to make stops mid-trip and eliminates the frustration of arriving at an already full station.
About Downton Abbey The Exhibition:
Based on the beloved television show, be transported to post-Edwardian England at Downton Abbey: The Exhibition where the characters and the iconic house come to life. Guests will be immersed in the fascinating social history, culture, and some of the most memorable moments including the iconic costumes and sets from the show’s six-season run including Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen and the servants’ quarters. Get your tickets now at DowntonExhibition.com.
About P3 Global Management
P3 Global Management (P3GM) owns and operates SkyBike. P3GM is a global smart city development company that provides a gateway for next-generation technology companies to implement their solutions in cooperation with cities. Through public-private partnerships, P3GM integrates best-in-class technologies and solutions across the mobility, energy, telecommunications, and out-of-home media industries.