San Francisco is finally getting the world-class bike share system it deserves. With more than 7,000 bikes being added to the existing 750 around the Bay Area, bike share in San Francisco is set to become one of the densest in the country by 2017.
About Bike Share
Bay Area Bike Share (BABS) is managed and maintained by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition does not run BABS; we work to expand the program, help secure funding for an expansion and advocate for a full scale system in line with other great cities like New York, London, Mexico City and Washington DC.
Have you seen the mint beauties? Look for solar-powered electronic kiosks with many bikes where you can sign up for annual, monthly, daily or other kinds of membership. Once you’re a member, you can take a bike, ride to your destination and return it at the closest kiosk near to where you’re headed. Trips under 30 minutes are free.
How to Use Bike Share
Urge the City to Expand Bike Share
Want to see Bay Area Bike Share in your neighborhood or in front of your workplace? Let Mayor Lee know that you’d like to see the bike share network expanded.
Get a Bike Share Pass
Just want to test the mint green waters? Get a one or three day pass. Already a bike share believer? Get an annual membership.