Catching a show on Red River? Eating on the East Side? Paddleboarding at Zilker? All of the above?
Hop on a B-cycle and coast your way through the People’s Republic of Austin.
March is almost over and SXSW 2017 is in the rear-view mirror. It's a good time to look back at some of the numbers and answer the question: how did Austin B-cycle do at SXSW?
1. Fewer trips than 2016...
The Austin B-cycle system logged a total of 15,062 trips during SXSW 2017. This is easily on of our busiest periods, but this year saw a 10% drop in trips from last year. The primary reason for...more
Hi Austin B-cycle riders!
Austin B-cycle is starting the year with a bang! You will now be able take our fast, fun transportation on longer trips, to more places, and have more bikes and docks available to you.
Now ride up to 60 minutes on your membership:
You asked, and we responded! The biggest news is the jump from...more
Every month during summer we'll be updating you guys with a new route to take around our fine city. Take these self-guided rides at your own pace. Ride off the beaten path and find something new about Austin!
Each ride will have a Google Maps enable route, you can follow visually or listen along for directions. Want to take a pitstop somewhere not on the route? No problem, your phone's GPS will keep you updated on your...more
As a low cost transportation alternative, Austin B-cycle is making our bike share system a viable solution for low-income individuals in the Austin area. Our mission is to improve the mobility, economy, and health of Austin and the “B-cycle for All” program will work to ensure that we are serving all of our entire community.
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As a B-cycle member, you get access to nearly 400 B-cycle bikes around...more
Has a full station ever happened to you?
Running into packed stations when you need to end your trip should happen less often starting this week because we’re expanding 12 of our most popular B-stations.
More docks mean more room for bikes and less of a chance that you’ll encounter a full station. By increasing the capacity of the station, it will also empty out less often, so you should always have a bike waiting for you at the...more