Well, well. Despite all the odds stacked against it—the angst over the corporate logo, the shrill, semi-nude protestation over the location of the racks, the early technical glitches and the smug assurance of New Yorkers that teetering tourists were going to be maimed and killed left and right—it seems that Citi Bike has, at least in its first hundred days, proven a success.

According to data compiled by Foursquare designer Zack Davenport and Etch co-founder Michael Yap, Citi Bikers took 3.2 million trips during the program's first 100 days, averaging 30,000 miles daily. In total, riders hauled their blue 40-pound steeds more than 6.8 million miles. (A graphic helpfully informs us that this is roughly equivalent to 275 trips around the world or 29 trips to the moon.) The most popular stations are Union Square, Flatiron District and Battery Park City.

Amazingly, not one of these 3.2 million trips has resulted in death. There have been around two dozen injuries, the Times reports, though most have been relatively minor. It's worth noting that three riders died during the first year of the Paris bike share program.

And finally, it seems that Brooke Shields wisely took our advice and dressed as a Citi Bike for Halloween, though by donning a blue wig, headlamp and hilariously parking herself in an empty kiosk means she went above and beyond our pipe cleaner idea. How long do you think she sat there?