New Year, New Bikes!

RideKC Bike is a new micromobility service with smart, electric-assist bikes rolling out January 2019

Unlock a RideKC Bike with the Drop Mobility app

  

January Preview

Preview the first RideKC Bikes starting Friday, January 4th at three Hubs in Downtown and Midtown. New Hubs will come online continuously over the winter until a total of 150 new e-bikes are on the streets by Spring 2019. Check the app to see the latest bike and hub locations.

Where to Find RideKC Bike

The first RideKC Bike Hubs are:

  • 12th and Wyandotte (KC BCycle bike share station)
    Serving Barney Allis Plaza, Bartle Hall, RideKC Main MAX, and the convention district
  • Union Station (KC BCycle bike share station)
    Connect to RideKC Streetcar and RideKC Main MAX
  • 30th and Troost (KC BCycle bike share station)
    Connect to RideKC Troost MAX
  • 1200 E. 18th Street
    Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
  • 3rd and Grand (KC BCycle bike share station) – NEW in February!
    River Market, Park n’ Ride for RideKC Main MAX, and RideKC Streetcar
  • Crown Center (KC BCycle  bike share station) – NEW in February!
    Connect with RideKC Main MAX, and RideKC Streetcar
  • Armour and Main (KC BCycle bike share station) – NEW in February!
    Connect with RideKC Main MAX
  • More Hubs coming soon

Hours of Operation:
6:00 am to 10:00 pm, seven days a week

Price:
$2.00 per hour, or
$5.00 per day

Features

  • Electric-assist motors, perfect for KC’s hills
  • On-board GPS helps riders locate bikes easily
  • “Lock-to” technology keeps the bikes organized, safe, and convenient
  • Pause trips to keep a bike on  hold while it’s parked

How To

  1. Use the Drop Mobility app to locate bikes
  2. Scan the bar code on the back of the bike to rent and unlock a bike
  3. The e-bike motor provides an extra boost of power whenever you are pedaling
  4. Return the bike to any designated bike share station or other “hub” shown in the Drop app

Put a bike “On Hold”
Need to make a stop outside of a Hub? Use the app to put the bike on hold by selecting “Add a Stop” and then locking up to a bike rack or other fixed object. (Note: Usage fees continue to accrue while a trip is on hold)

 

11/30/2018 Media Alert:
BikeWalkKC to Pilot Region’s First Smart Bike Share Program with Drop Mobility and RideKC