Kelowna's new bike share pilot project is proving to be a huge success. Launched just a month ago, active transportation manager Matt Worona says the program has more than exceeded expectations. "In the first 30 days, we had 7,000 rides and 5,000 people have signed up on the ap," said Worona. The system will be more than double before the end of the month. They are going to move to 400 bikes. It's has now at 180. The additional bikes will allow the system to expand out from the downtown area. Dropbike is in the process of installing more than 25 new haven locations. This is a great way to explore Kelowna in an environmentally friendly way.