A program that provides bikes just for you. Ride Grid Bikes to work or from the light rail. Do errands. Go out with friends. Or just ride for fun! Look at you saving the planet.
Phoenix (500 bikes): Early 2014
Mesa (250 bikes): Spring 2014.
Tempe (250 bikes): Spring 2014.
Your interest: Now.
The program’s name takes ownership of
the Valley’s well-known street system. It
connects the entire Valley. Grid Bike Share
will elevate that connection.
Enhances transportation options near places of employment, tourist spots, schools & transit stops. Increased bicycle usage reduces air pollution & traffic congestion. Generates revenue for local economy. Win, win and win.
The bikes can be located & reserved online,
with the Social Bicycles mobile app or on
the bike itself. They are equipped with a
GPS-enabled locking mechanism & are
remotely monitored. They can be locked at
a hub station or on a public bike rack.
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Whether you’re sponsoring a station or supporting one in another area, Grid Bike Share can help your bottom line:
Make sure the brakes work, the tires are inflated & the seat is at the right height. If something’s wrong, press the “REPAIR” button on the back of the bike & find another one.
Follow all traffic laws. Walk your bike on sidewalks. Give pedestrians the right of way. Ride with the flow of traffic. Use bike paths & bike lanes. Ride 3-4 feet away from parked cars to avoid getting hit by opening doors. It’ll hurt.
Lights and bright clothes aren’t just for the ‘80s. They’re for your safety. Be predictable. Don’t weave in and out of traffic. Anticipate conflicts. Keep your eyes on the road.
You are not required by law to wear a helmet. But your mind grapes are important. You should protect them. Grid Bike Share encourages every bicyclist to wear a helmet while riding happy.