BikeLNK launched in April 2018 as a transportation alternative that offered users a fun and healthy way of getting around Lincoln. BikeLNK operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and has 21 bikeshare stations located across downtown Lincoln and on East Campus(JPG, 250KB). Since its inception, over 121,000 trips have been made and users have biked enough miles to traverse Lincoln 23,640 times!
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Before riding a bike, know the operating rules:
Bikes are first come first serve
Only one rider should be on a bike at a time
Bikes and E-Bikes are allowed on bike trails, bike lanes and city streets
Bikes are NOT allowed on sidewalks in downtown Lincoln(PNG, 121KB)
To operate an E-Bike, press the power button on the left-hand side of the handlebars right above the small screen
All passes are for trips of one hour or less. Trips longer than one hour, incur charges of $6 per additional hour the bike is checked out
To find a station with available bikes, use the BCycle App, your membership fob at the dock or your credit card at the kiosk to access the system
After riding a bike, know the parking rules:
The City of Lincoln has established city ordinances that must be followed by both the users and the vendors.
Overall BikeLNK riders should:
To help keep users healthy, BikeLNK has the following protocols:
Below are some simple steps riders can take to protect themselves while using BikeLNK bikes:
Social distancing is a useful tool to slow the spread of COVID-19. Bike share is a great way to commute as it helps with this social distancing. When possible, opting for single occupancy transport, like bike share, may help reduce a user’s risk of exposure as opposed to traveling in shared vehicles.
BikeLNK Customer Service: 402-807-2005 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit bikelnk.bcycle.com for more information on BikeLNK.