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Bikeshare is ideal for short rides or one-way trips – getting from Point A to Point B. If you’d like to take a long ride (e.g., keep a bike out for an entire afternoon or day), it’s typically more cost-effective to rent a bike.December 20, 2017 at 1:37 am in reply to: When does my Baltimore Bike Share bike Monthly Pass begin? #1639December 20, 2017 at 1:33 am in reply to: Can I take out more than one Baltimore Bike Share bike at a time? #1638
You may only take out one bike at a time with a Founding Member or Monthly Pass. However, you can take out up to four bikes at a time when purchasing Walk-up trips at the station kiosk or app.December 20, 2017 at 1:32 am in reply to: How do I activate my Baltimore Bike Share Founding Member? #1637
You have several options:
December 20, 2017 at 1:29 am in reply to: I registered Baltimore Bike Share bike online. Can I use the service now? #1636
- You can activate your Founding Member or Monthly Pass online here. Use your email address and password to login, and then type the pass number on the activation menu.
- You can also activate your pass by contacting customer service at 1-844-97B-MORE (1-844-972-6673).
Yes, after you register you can use the system right away by virtually unlocking a bike with the App. Just download the Baltimore Bike Share App and login. Next, choose the unlock option and input the bike number located under the steering post directly beneath the handlebar.
You can also use your Founding Member or Monthly Pass to unlock a bike once it arrives in the mail and you activate the card via the website or app.December 20, 2017 at 1:26 am in reply to: Can I ride Baltimore Bike Share without becoming a Monthly Passholder? #1635
Yes, you can walk-up and use the system per trip by paying at the kiosk or the App. Pricing can be found on the pricing page.December 20, 2017 at 1:25 am in reply to: Can I lend my Baltimore Bike Share Founding Member or Monthly Pass to someone #1634
No. Founding Member and Monthly Passes are only valid for their registered users. Because passes are connected to your identification and payment information, you will be held responsible for any incidents that occur under the account. Founding Member and Monthly Passes are non-transferrable, and cannot be shared with another user.
Take Monthly Passes for example:
Rides longer than 45 minutes are subject to extended use charges ($2 per 30 minutes).
This article maybe help: How Much does Baltimore Bike Share Cost?December 20, 2017 at 1:19 am in reply to: Why does Baltimore Bike Share have Overage Charges #1633
Baltimore Bike Share was designed as a system that is available to all residents and visitors. Overage charges apply because it prompts users to return the bicycles after they have finished riding them, ensuring that the entire community can enjoy the system.
This article maybe help: How Much does Baltimore Bike Share Cost?December 20, 2017 at 1:16 am in reply to: Why a $35.00 pre-authorization hold when check out Baltimore Bike Share bike #1632
Single-Trip users can check out one or more bikes with their credit card. Baltimore Bike Share reserves a $35.00 per bike pre-authorization hold for the duration of your Single-Trip pass to ensure that the system is used adequately. The pre-authorization release differs depending on your bank (can take up to 7-10 business days to be released from the bank). Check with your bank for more details.December 20, 2017 at 1:10 am in reply to: What is the age requirement to ride Baltimore Bike Share? #1630
Riders need to be at least 18 years old to use Baltimore Bike Share.