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Bike Share 309

Bike Share 309

Coming March 20, 2017!
The Town of Normal is excited to offer “Bike Share 309,” a bike rental service through Zagster. With 9 bike stations located near the Constitution Trail throughout the central part of Normal and Bloomington, Bike Share 309 is the perfect way to explore our community.

How Do I Join?
Download the Zagster Mobile App, free for iPhone and Android users, or join online at www.zagster.com/bikeshare309 in March.

What is the 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.

What Type of Bikes?

  • Take a ride on an award-winning Fuji Breezer!
  • Step-through model
  • Self-charging front and rear lights
  • Bells
  • Front baskets
  • Chain guards
  • Portable locks for on-the-go locking

Where are the Bike Stations?

  • Advocate BroMenn Medical Center
  • Connie Link Amphitheatre
  • ISU – Cardinal Court
  • ISU – Schroeder Hall
  • ISU – Tri-Towers
  • ISU – Watterson Towers
  • IWU - Hansen Student Center
  • Museum Square
  • Uptown Normal

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