Bay Wheels is a regional bike sharing program for the Bay Area. Cities served include San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Emeryville, and Berkeley. The main purpose of the bike sharing system is to enhance connection to and from transit with bicycles. Former names for Bay Wheels include Ford GoBike (2017-2019) and Bay Area Bike Share (2013-2017). Lyft is the owner/operator of the bike share system so bikes can be unlocked through the Lyft app.
Pedal-powered bikes and ebikes are available.
Bike share members can pick up a bicycle at designated bike share station and return at any bike share station. Annual, 3-day, and 24-hour membership is available. Basic membership includes unlimited rides in the time period as long as the bike is returned in 45 minutes or less. Additional fees will be charged if the bike is returned beyond the first 45 minutes.
Map (current and proposed hubs)
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