Downtown Denver Bicycling Program
Denver B Cycle
500 shiny red Trek bicycles are available for sharing at 40 stations around the Mile High City, all part of Denver B-cycle, the nation’s first citywide bike-sharing program. Each of the sturdy, three-speed, bright red Trek bikes comes with a wire basket, built-in light and lock. Denver visitors can purchase a $5, 24-hour membership with a credit card at any B-cycle station. After becoming a member, riders can pick up a B-cycle from any station and drop it off as well. All rides of 30 minutes or less are free and rides up to one hour are only a dollar, with prices going up from there.
The Denver B-cycle bikes are equipped with RFID chips and computers to track mileage, calories burned and carbon offsets. Riders can monitor their personal fitness and see their contributions to the City’s greening efforts to lower carbon emissions.