The New York Times recently released an interactive map for users to share in 10 words their biking wisdom in NYC. This wisdom ranges from route knowledge, tips and tricks, to streets to avoid. As a promotion of NYC's Citi Bike Share program, the map is to give riders information on what streets to ride and avoid and provide the city information on how to best plan for cycling routes and allocate new bike share stations. With 6,000 bicycles already on the streets, this is just the beginning as the bike share program is hoping to expand in other areas as far as Upper East Side and West Side of Manhattan, Queens, and farther into Brooklyn. With such expansion, new bike share programs are starting their way and will be released in various parts of the U.S. while NYT is expanding this wisdom to other bicycle friendly cities.