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Bike Share 309

Bike Share 309

BN and cycling are intertwined. From annual bike races to the recreational riders who pedal the 30+ miles of the Constitution Trail, cycling contributes to the Twin Cities’ vigorous energy and excitement.

Bike Share 309 is Bloomington-Normal’s new public bike sharing system. With 47 bikes across 9 stations, Bike Share 309 gives you the opportunity to easily explore the Bloomington-Normal community.


How to Start

Download the Zagster mobile app. Don’t have a smart phone? Join online at Zagster.com/bikeshare309.

Cost

Ride hourly for $3/hour or take advantage of the $40 annual membership. Annual memberships include one free hour per ride. Local universities receive discounted pricing on annual memberships.

Type of Bike

Take a ride on the Fuji Breezer, which includes bells, front baskets, chain guards and portable locks.

Where to Ride? Bike Share 309 offers 9 stations!

1) Museum Square

2) Illinois Wesleyan University’s Hansen Center

3) Advocate BroMenn Medical Center

4) Connie Link Amphitheatre

5) Uptown Normal

6) Illinois State University: Watterson Towers, Schroeder Hall, Tri Towers and Cardinal Court.

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