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An upstart Charleston company has its second owner in one year after a tumultuous 2020, but the new parent of the operator of the local Holy Spokes bike-share system says it is optimistic the fit will be just right.
The Charleston bike-share program Holy Spokes has gone offline for two to three days as its new parent company assumes control of the system.
The Holy Spokes bike-share program includes a dock station at the MUSC Horseshoe in Charleston. File/Brad Nettles/Staff
Bikes from Holy Spokes wait to be rented in front of the Custom House on East Bay Street on Friday. Brad Nettles/Staff
Gotcha, headquartered on Radcliffe Street in downtown Charleston, will be purchased by another ride-sharing company, Oxnard, Calif.-based OjO Electric.
Summerville officials hope to have the Palmetto State's fourth bike-sharing program ready to launch by April in time for the Flowertown Festival.
Three curious new electric cars have been roaming Charleston streets, part of a local company's push to offer new ride sharing services.
Holy Spokes bike sharing program has exceeded expectations and one measure of that success is that riders have burned more than 4 million.
Charleston Restaurant Week takes place from Jan. 10 to 21 with numerous restaurants offering prix fixe menus designed to get butts in seats du…