Denver B-cycle is the Mile High City’s shared bicycle system. Denver B-cycle has B-stations throughout Downtown Denver, the Highlands, Capitol Hill, Uptown, Cherry Creek, Congress Park, City Park, Baker, Washington Park and University of Denver neighborhoods. You can check out a B-cycle from any B-station, and return it to any other B-station or make a round-trip to the same one.
B-cycle makes it economical and convenient to ride for short, one-way trips. It’s great for locals, whether commuting to work daily, riding from the bus stop to work or home, to run an errand, or for that occasional ride to Coors Field or the Pepsi Center. B-cycle also makes it easy to go out for a ride on a nice day!
With B-stations at every major cultural facility, it’s great for visitors who want an inexpensive way to experience the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Denver Zoo, the Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver Art Museum and more. Denver B-cycle stations are located in thriving neighborhoods that are full of restaurants, craft breweries, and all the things that make Denver such a vibrant city.
Even if you own a bike or two, a B-cycle membership makes sense. With a B-cycle, you never have to worry about theft, and many of our riders use it for one-way transportation so they can carpool or catch alternative transportation going to work or going home. Plus you don’t have to worry about finding and paying for parking.
B-cycles have three speeds and fit riders of all sizes thanks to an easy-to-use adjustable seat. The B-cycles come complete with a basket, lock, bell and pedal-powered lights.
Denver B-cycle is a non-profit, 501(c)3.