The Metro Bike Share system features hundreds of bikes available 24/7, 365 days a year in Downtown LA, Pasadena, Port of LA and Venice. Station locations were selected based on proximity to community resources, employment centers, bike infrastructure and transit in consultation with partner agencies, institutions, community groups and stakeholders.
Each station has a touchscreen kiosk, a map of the bike share system, and of course Metro Bikes! System wide, there are about twice as many "dock points", or bike parking spots, as there are Metro Bikes. This helps make finding an available dock point easier when arriving to your destination. You must be 16 or older to ride a Metro Bike. Scroll down to learn more.
You need one to ride
Link your TAP card with your Metro Bike Share Pass
Sign up for a pass here. If you already have a TAP card, you can register it when you sign up for a pass online. If you do not have a TAP card, don't worry, you do not need one to ride. You can use your credit card to sign up for a pass online and walk up to any station kiosk and follow the prompts on the screen to identify yourself as a Metro Bike Share pass holder to get a bike. Single Rides are also available for purchase at any station with your credit or debit card. Learn more about pass options on our pricing page.
Watch your mailbox
If you signed up for a Monthly Pass and you don't have a TAP card, you will receive a Metro Bike Share branded TAP card in the mail within two weeks. If you want to ride a Metro Bike while you are waiting for your card in the mail, walk up to any station kiosk and follow the prompts to verify your identity, and get a bike.
Get a bike
From any station
Use your TAP card
Walk up to any bike, touch the silver button to wake up the dock, tap your TAP card on the reader and away you go!
Use your credit card at any station kiosk to buy a Single Ride. Choose your bike and complete your transaction using the kiosk touch-screen. If you bought a pass online and do not have a TAP card, you can still get a bike by verifying your identity at the kiosk.
Metro Bike Share seats are adjustable to fit a range of riders. Throw your stuff into the front basket, and you’re ready to go! Front and rear lights shine automatically when you pedal to help you see and be seen. Don’t forget your helmet!
Go for a Ride
Anywhere you want
Time is money
Single Rides cost $1.75 per 30 minutes. Day and Monthly passes include free 30 minute trips and are $1.75 every 30 minutes thereafter. Learn more about pricing.
Ride cool, be safe
Wear a helmet. Yield to pedestrians. Obey traffic signals. Always ride in the direction of traffic. Be smart, always follow the rules of the road. Learn more about safe riding on our riding tips page.
Where will you go?
Connect to Metro transit, ride to work, get some fresh air, explore. Go where you want, when you want!
Give it back
At any station
Pick a station, any station
When returning your bike to a station, just put it into any open dock. You will see a flashing green light and hear the dock point beep three times to confirm it’s been properly locked. You're done! Pass holders will be able to log into their profile to see trip history and billing details.
Touch the screen on the kiosk to get 15 minutes added to your time at no charge and to find a nearby station with available docks.
Pro tip: check the app before you ride to make sure the station you are going to has space available.
If you run into any problems during your trip, or to report maintenance issues, call 844-857-BIKE (844-857-2453)