Bike share your way around town!

Bike share can help you get around town faster and easier.

Bike share can help you get around town faster and easier.

If you need to make a quick trips on Seattle streets, consider signing up for bike share, an innovative program allowing users to take short trips easily without owning their own bike.

Pronto Cycle Share provides a fleet of specially designed and durable bikes found in docking stations located throughout Seattle. With this program, you can borrow a bike any time you like. The program is best for short trips – typically less than two miles.

Bikes can be picked up and returned to any station, creating an efficient network with many connection points, departures and arrivals.

One of the many bike share locations around the city-- 2nd & University.

One of the many bike share locations around the city– 2nd & University.

Bike share complements Seattle’s transit and light rail systems. In cities like Seattle, up to 50% of bike share trips are to or from public transit stations. In Seattle, bike share is used by commuters and tourists, for rush hour commuting, work or errand running, or moving among the city’s variety of attractions.

For more information on how to get involved, visit SDOT’S bike share page here.