That's the gist (but not really) of this piece on TBD. Or at least, that's what the TBD long story short synopsis of the article wants us to think. However, that's not what this article is saying at all. Sure, he mentions the difficulty of full or empty docks, but it's hardly a diatribe against poor system management by DDOT or Alta or an indictment of the system itself. Why it's written like the bikes are prostitutes or internet sex hookups, I don't really get. For example:
I think that the piece is a bit more complicated than "too many people ride these bikes"- it's about how quickly one man has developed a dependency on the convenience and utility of a citywide bikeshare system that's both cheap and widely accessible, though one that could be better if it were more accessible. That's why he concludes with this:
But, seriously, there are worse problems to have- like no bikesharing at all!