About Bike Share Toronto

Bike Share Toronto launched in May of 2011 with a network of 800 bicycles and 80 stations located throughout downtown Toronto. It consists of a fleet of specially designed, heavy-duty, durable bicycles that are locked into a network of docking stations. Today, there are 1,000 bicycles and 120 stations, and by the end of the summer of 2016, the system will have nearly doubled in size.

The system is intended to provide Toronto residents and visitors with a convenient and fun transportation option for getting around the city. Bike Share Toronto is available for use 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, except during inclement weather conditions that might make the system unsafe for our customers and our field services team.

Bike Share Toronto is a project of the Toronto Parking Authority.

About the Operator

Bike Share Toronto is operated by Motivate, the global leader in bike share. A full-service bike share operator and technology innovator, Motivate works to re-envision how people experience and move around cities.

Motivate currently manages all of the largest bike share systems in the United States and many of the largest systems in the world, including Bay Area Bike Share (California Bay Area), BIKETOWN (Portland, Oregon), Citi Bike (New York and Jersey City), Divvy (Chicago), CoGo Bike Share (Columbus, Ohio), Capital Bike Share (Washington, D.C., Arlington and Alexandria, Va., and Montgomery County, Md.), Hubway (Boston, Somerville, Cambridge and Brookline, Mass.), Pronto (Seattle), Bike Chattanooga (Tenn.), Bike Share Toronto and Melbourne Bike Share in Australia.