All over the world, people are slowly becoming enlightened, empowered and engaged. They know their rights, they act on it, and they move as a community for the upliftment of the human condition. Bogota, Curitiba, India, Canada, London, America, and Singapore among others have set up bike lanes, bike parking and other bike infrastructures to promote biking as a means of transport and a way of life. The Velib of Paris, Citibike of New York and the Velobleu of Australia are just some examples of bike share programs around the world. These programs allow people to rent a bike from a bike share station, ride it to their destination and park it in another station. It offers people the opportunity to make trips that are too long to walk, but too short to drive, especially in urban centers where parking is a problem. Aside from encouraging egalitarianism in the community, it also lowers healthcare costs, air pollution and traffic congestion. The rest of the world has acted, and it is high time for us to do the same.