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Learn about Raleigh's Bike Share Program at Bike Share Try It Open House at Pullen Arts Center

Interested in learning how to use Raleigh's Bike Share program? Curious about E-Bikes?  Join us, on May 19th, for our Bike Month Try It Open House event at Pullen Arts Center!  Transportation Staff will be onsite to answer all of your questions about Bike Share, E-Bike, and Access Pass options available in Raleigh.  At this "Try It Open House", we will have E-Bikes and helmets available for any visitor who wants to try one. 

The City of Raleigh's bike share system is a public, self-service bicycle rental system for short trips, comprised of 340 bikes across 32 stations. Almost 70% of the fleet are E-Bikes equipped with electric-assist motors that provide riders with an extra boost when pedaling.  Stations are located in downtown Raleigh, in proximity to a few of Raleigh's parks and greenway connections, in southeast Raleigh, along Hillsborough Street, and at the North Carolina Museum of Art. The Access Pass allows qualified users (Medicaid, Medicare, SSI) to purchase an annual membership allowing unlimited 1-hour rides for $10 per year.

Pre-registration is encouraged, but not required.  Pre-register online here.

Location: Parking lot between Theatre in the Park (107 Pullen Rd) and adjacent ballfields. Park in any space signed Pullen Arts and Theatre in the Park Permit Required. Parking will not be enforced during this event.

Date: Thursday, May 19

Time: 10am - 11am

Ages: Adult

Cost: Free



Pullen Arts Center
105 Pullen Rd
Raleigh, NC 27607