Florida Bike Share Programs
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- Jacksonville Beach
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- Florida State University
- University of Central Florida
- University of Florida
- University of South Florida
Listings for Florida bike share programs are provided as a service to Florida residents and visitors. Please contact the program directly for information. If your program is missing from our listing, please let us know.
Coming soon to St. Augustine!
Bike sharing makes it economical and convenient to use bikes for trips that are too far to walk but too short to drive. As a member, you can use a Aventura B-cycle to run an errand, grab lunch, travel from the bus stop to your office, or just get some fresh air. There are as many reasons to use a B-cycle as there are members!
That’s what makes bike sharing so great: a bike that’s there when you need it and gone when you don’t.
Space Coast Bike Share – Cocoa Beach
AvMed Rides B-cycle
AvMed Rides powered by Broward B-cycle is designed to encourage you to use a B-cycle for all your short trips. Once you’ve paid your modest membership fee, you can take an unlimited number of rides. Bike sharing makes it economical and convenient to use bikes for trips that are too far to walk but too short to drive. As a member, you can use a B-cycle to run an errand, grab lunch, travel from the bus stop to your office, or just get some fresh air. There are as many reasons to use a B-cycle as there are members!
The City of Gainesville and Zagster, Inc. have launched Go Gainesville, an innovative bike-sharing program designed to give the city’s residents and visitors an easy, accessible and fun way to get around Gatorville.
The program includes 16 cruiser bikes available at two locations for Zagster members to check out for on-demand, local trips. Riders join the program by signing up for annual or monthly passes. Rides for pass holders are free for the first hour, and then three dollars per hour after that.
SWARM – Jacksonville Beach
Ready to SWARM!
LimeBike – Key Biscayne
URBAN BIKE SHARING – YOUR RIDE ANYTIME
The easy and convenient way to get around the Island. No Parking, No Waiting, No Returning! Just pick up a bike and go, return to any Key West Bicycle rack, and you’re done!
Zagster and the City of Lakeland have partnered to bring Swan City Cycles — a public bike sharing program. The Lakeland program includes 35 cruiser bikes that are available at seven locations around the City for riders to check out for on-demand, local trips. Riders can become Swan City Cycle members by purchasing an annual, monthly or hourly pass. Rides for system members are free for up to an hour and a half, then $3 per hour after. An annual pass can be purchased for $25.
Citi Bike Miami
The Citi Bike program is operated by DECOBIKE LLC and is Miami’s bike sharing and rental system. The Citi Bike program is intended to provide locals and visitors with an additional transportation option for getting around the city. Bike sharing is fun, efficient and convenient.
The solar-powered bike sharing system consists of a fleet of specially designed, sturdy, very durable bikes that are locked into a network of docking stations sited at regular intervals around a city.
With a thousand bikes at a hundred stations and more on the way downtown, bikes are available to use 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
There are two distinct ways to utilize the Citi Bike program, either as a Bike Share Membership or an Hourly Rental.
Juice Bike Share
ith over 185 miles of bike lanes, and our quiet brick paved streets, Orlando is easily enjoyed on two wheels. There are lots to do in the city, from grabbing a cup of coffee in College Park, to shopping in Thornton Park, dining in Mills50, or museum hopping in Ivanhoe Village.
Bike Share at St. Lucie County
Pace – Tallahassee
Bike Sharing in Tallahassee
Coast Bike Share
Coast is designed for short trips around town, typically between one and three miles. Checking out and returning bikes is a snap, so leave your car at home and use Coast as a last mile connector between transit and your destination. With 300+ bikes at 30+ stations in and around the city, Coast is always a convenient and healthy way to explore Tampa and St. Pete!
SkyBike is a fun, convenient and healthy way to get around Downtown for locals and visitors alike. SkyBike provides the most convenient option for choosing bicycling for errands around town, sightseeing or just for fun! Users can check out and return bikes interchangeably from stations conveniently located throughout Downtown.
Florida State University ReCycle
The ReCycle Bike program provides access to low-cost alternative transportation for Florida State students. Bicycles are rented to students on a semester or yearly basis. Each rental includes a helmet, bike lock, and light kit.
University of Central Florida SGA Bike Share
The SGA Bike Share is open to all students with a valid UCF Card. There is no rental fee to rent a bicycle, lock, helmet, and light for one work day. Participants may rent and return our bikes from the following three locations: the Student Union, Recreation and Wellness Center, and Lake Claire Apartments. Use of our equipment is strictly on a first-come-first-served basis.
University of Florida Gator Gears
Welcome to Gator Gears, UF’s student bicycle rental program! Gator Gears is designed to offer students a convenient full-service cycling experience at an affordable price. Our custom-made, high-quality bicycles are available for rental in one-semester, two-semester or annual increments.
University of South Florida Share-A-Bull
Ride it. Lock it. Leave it.
Share-a-Bull Bikes allows University of South Florida students, faculty, and staff a healthy, enjoyable and emissions-free way to travel across campus free from the worries ownership.