WILLIAMSBURG — Citi Bike's finally made its way to North Brooklyn.
The bike-sharing program has already installed more than two dozen stations in Greenpoint and Williamsburg over the last week, according to a website with station locations.
Citi Bike has expanded in several neighborhoods this month, adding nearly 140 stations throughout Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Long Island City, the Upper East Side, Upper West Side and Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Williamsburg will be getting a total of 33 stations, while Greenpoint will be getting a total of 20.
Beyond the discounted membership, which is available until Aug. 31, Citi Bike parent company Motivate is co-hosting a free "bike-in" outdoor screening of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" next Tuesday, August 25, at 50 Kent St.
The event will feature free bike valet parking, free Reese's Pieces and free bike-skills classes from the nonprofit Bike New York.
Any Citi Bike members will also be given VIP seating for the screening.
Editor's Note: A previous version of this story said memberships were $25 for the first year. The discount for new users is actually $25 off the regular fee. The story has been updated to reflect that.