Paris, Love and Bicycles Too
Residents and visitors have found the city's new self-service bike scheme offers the best chance of flirting with strangers.
The emergence of a two-wheeled mating service has been one of several unintended consequences of the runaway success of le Velib', the sturdy grey bicyclettes that Mayor Bertrand Delanoe unleashed on the streets in mid-July.
"It's the perfect pick-up," said Florian, a 23-year-old graduate student who was pedalling on the Boulevard Saint-Germain. "You exchange glances waiting at a light, you help her dock the bike back on to its stand and one thing leads to another."
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