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Summit County Bike Share

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Summit County and Park City are pleased to introduce Summit Bike Share. Launched in 2017, the Summit Bike Share system offers bicycles to their users. It’s easy, fun and comfortable. Summit County follows the trend in active transportation by offering a great transit option for residents and visitors to explore the city. Summit Bike Share is available 24/7 and is perfect for errands, commuting, or recreation. Summit County and Park City have partnered with Bewegen Technologies to operate the best bike share system available.

All of our bikes have electric-assist! The electric-assist or Pedelec bikes act like a regular bike and don’t have any complicated gears or buttons to learn. Just simply begin pedaling and the bike will provide an extra boost to get you moving and up hilly terrain without breaking a sweat!

Web Site

Going for a ride is simple – with a network of 9 stations and 120 bikes, riders can register for a Resident/Employee Annual, Monthly and Go Pass on the website or on the Summit Bike Share App. Riders can also sign up for a Single-Trip or a Monthly Pass at a station kiosk and start riding within minutes.

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