As a community, Texas A&M took more than 850,000 rides in support of sustainability using our bike share programs.
While the overwhelming response throughout the community has been positive, we still have work to do to ensure our program's success.
Obey all traffic laws at all times.
Protect your head by wearing a helmet.
Check the bike before riding. Use the app to request maintenance.
Follow traffic. This prevents bicycle/pedestrian accidents.
Pay attention to your surroundings.
Use hand signals to let others know where you are going. Here are a few.
Riders must lock their bike to a rack (rear wheel facing rack).
Failure to do so will result in a fine, and repeat offenders will be suspended from the program.
Don’t block crosswalks, sidewalk, fire hydrants, outdoor furniture, driveways or doorways.
Please don’t be rude by parking on private property.
Don’t park your bike on ramps as they may be used for accessibility purposes (subject to immediate fine).
Don’t lock your bike to trees as it could damage the greenery.