Get ready for a tenfold expansion of our city’s bike share system. Brand new bikes equipped with the latest technology will be rolling out this summer at a station near you. This fully-refreshed system will be integrated with Clipper Card and feature a Bike Share for All program to ensure everyone has access to bike share.
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition continues to advocate for a bike share system that is truly inclusive, with a ridership that reflects the diversity of our city so that all San Franciscans have an opportunity to enjoy biking.
About Bike Share
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition does not run Bay Wheels. This regional bike share system is owned and operated by Lyft.
If you’d like to become a bike share member, please visit their website here.
Bike Share Basics
Bike share provides station-to-station trips around town to make it as convenient as possible to integrate biking into your daily life. Once you’ve become a member, you’ll be able to use your Clipper Card or your smartphone to unlock bikes at stations around the city for trips up to 45 minutes long.
Bike Share for All Program
Our Bike Share for All campaign launched in early 2016 to engage community-based organizations, and today, we’re celebrating a major win as our vision for an equitable bike share system has been embraced. The new Bike Share for All program features include:
- One-time $5 annual membership ($5/month in second year, and small additional cost for e-bikes);
- Bikes available 24/7/365 in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Emeryville and San Jose;
- Rides extended from 30-minute maximums to 60 minutes;
- In-person enrollment at select locations; and
- No credit or debit card requirements.