The typical bike share system has several defining characteristics and features, including station-based bikes and payment systems, membership and pass fees, and per-hour usage fees.
Programs are generally intuitive enough to facilitate a manageable learning curve for novice users. And, despite some variation, the differences are usually small enough to prevent confusion when a regular user of one city’s bike share uses another city’s program for the first time.
Whether it’s your primary mode of transportation or an occasional way to get from place to place, biking is healthier than driving or riding transit – it burns more calories, builds more muscle, and just generally makes you feel better.
If you’re committed to using your local bike share program regularly, you could reduce or completely cut out those inconvenient trips to the gym, painful jogs around the neighborhood, or awkward tussles with home exercise equipment
The Bike Share Systems Include
One bike per rack. Offers maximum flexibility and bike station configurations. Racks install in minutes - No power required!
Free on iOS and Android. Allows riders to geolocate available bikes and provides a simple one-button checkout.
Cloud-based software provides real-time monitoring of bike activity, access control, and customizable billing plans.
The system comes with a Liability Release and Waiver form that every rider needs to sign to use the bike share program. This waiver form can be customized by the owner in the Admin system. This waiver requires the rider to accept certain risks, accept financial responsibility for the bike, and accept personal responsibility for incidents or accidents while riding the bike.
No electricity needed totally solar powered and very little space is needed for installation. Self contained and maintained and fits perfectly around the property and the city as well as the parks.