Raleigh Bikeshare Program


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Raleigh’s bikeshare program, Citrix Cycle, had a soft launch on March 16 with about 100 bikes available in the downtown area. The full launch, expected later this spring, will include 300 bikes across 30 stations.

The program is a partnership between the City of Raleigh, Citrix, and Bewegen Technologies, Inc. It's a part of the City's effort to provide more ways to get around our rapidly growing downtown.

“Citrix Cycle is a much-anticipated project for the City of Raleigh, and we are excited that Citrix Cycle will soon be open to the public,” said Michael Moore, Raleigh’s Transportation Director. “This soft launch gives us the chance to fine tune operational details that come along with a big project like this, while we’re installing the remaining stations. It’s a great opportunity for everyone to learn about and try out Citrix Cycle right now.”

More information about the Citrix Cycle program, including membership options, active and future stations, and payment kiosk locations can be found on the Citrix Cycle website or on the Citrix Cycle app. Below is some information to get you started. 

How to rent a bicycle

Prospective users can rent a Citrix Cycle one of three ways:

  • Use the Citrix Cycle website,
  • Download the Citrix Cycle app,
  • Access one of the 15 stations payment kiosks.

 

Future expansion of the system will include “virtual stations” that will allow a Citrix Cycle to be picked up and dropped off at custom locations for special events.

Cost

The price to ride ranges from $2 for single trips to a monthly pass at $20 and annual membership at $85. Founding memberships are $95 and include unlimited 60-minute rides, T-shirt, a free month of membership and invitations to special events. Discounts for students and low-income users are available.

About the bikes

Every Citrix Cycle comes with an adjustable seat, a basket, a bell, front and rear lights which automatically light up when you begin to pedal. A dashboard allows users to track their distance, speed, and riding time. Two-thirds of the fleet will be electric-assist bikes, which will help to make Raleigh’s hilly terrain easier to navigate.

Where to find a bike

The stations opening for soft launch include:

 

  • GoRaleigh Station,
  • Hillsborough at Harrington Street,
  • W. South Street,
  • Duke Progress Performing Arts Center,
  • Pace at N. Person Street,
  • Horne at Hillsborough Street,
  • Glenwood at Tucker.

 

Additional locations will be made available as they are installed.

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