In 2010, Bicycling magazine ranked Memphis as one of the least bike-friendly cities in the country. The city decided to change that, adding bike lanes any time a road needed repaving and installing greenways that encouraged cycling. The transformation effort worked. “Now, Memphis is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the country,” says Trey Moore, executive director of the recently launched Explore Bike Share program. “But there is still an opportunity for greater adoption and to get people comfortable in using bikes for transportation or recreation.” The first step: get bikes to people. Explore Bike Share installed stations throughout the city, stocked with bicycles available to rent as needed. People can choose to take a bike out for a […]
Bike Share is a revolution on two wheels. By providing a network of bicycles that can be rented on-demand from stations located around the city, it changes everything about urban transportation.
With 60 stations and approximately 600 bikes available 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, Explore Bike Share provides a network of bicycles that can be rented on-demand from stations located around the city. The process is easy: you go to a station, pick up a bike, and go. Then put it away at another station when you’re done.
Bike share is for everyone wanting to get around Memphis, from commuters to shoppers to fitness-seekers to tourists. The bicycles are safe, simple, and sturdy and designed for users with a range of abilities. Come as you are — no special gear, outfit or shoes required.
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