Madison BCycle Launches Community Pass Program
Madison BCycle is thrilled to announce the launch of its Community Pass Program to help bring equitable access to bike share for all riders. In partnership with the Madison Public Library Foundation and Public Library System, library card holders will be able to check out Madison BCycle e-bikes at no cost to them.
While e-bike checkouts from a BCycle station or mobile app typically require a credit card or smartphone to unlock, the Madison BCycle Community Pass Program introduces an alternative checkout method for riders that might have previously been unable to access bike share.
Library card holders can check out one of the available Madison BCycle passes from any Madison Public Library location. The passes can be checked out for up to a week at a time and provide access to over 300 electric-assist bikes at more than 50 BCycle stations. Riders also have the option to check out a helmet as needed.
Each of the nine Madison Public Library locations will have two Community Passes available for checkout. Madison BCycle currently has a station outside of the Central Library location on West Mifflin Street, with plans to install a new station outside of Pinney Library on Cottage Grove Road this fall.
Riders can learn more about the Community Pass Program at madison.bcycle.com.
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