Scaled-down bicycles get kids involved with eco-friendly initiatives early.

Bike sharing is an initiative that's proven popular around the world, which is why France has decided to extend that interest to the next generation. The P'tit Vélib program, an extension of the city's successful Vélib cycle hire network, made 300 bikes available to children as young as two on Wednesday. Located at five different green areas around the city, the scaled-down bikes not only make it easier for families to spend time together, but also instil eco-friendly habits that will last a lifetime.

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