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Bike Nation: Simple,
Smart, Sustainable

We have designed our Bicycle Sharing program to provide a quick and efficient way to get around; Ride from the train to work, from the bus to class, or just explore. The first 30 minutes of every ride are at no cost!

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    Bike Nation: Simple,
    Smart, Sustainable

    We have designed our Bicycle Sharing program to provide a quick and efficient way to get around; Ride from the train to work, from the bus to class, or just explore. The first 30 minutes of every ride are at no cost!

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    Public Proven Bike

    Our Bike Nation bike is built in America with public proven components and integrated safety features to ensure a clean safe and fun ride every time. Airless tires, chainless drivetrain, and integrated active lighting is helping us change the future of bike sharing!

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    Solar Powered and Fully Featured

    Bike Nation kiosks are solar powered and wirelessly connected for easy installation anywhere! Annual members can easily see their money saved, calories burned, carbon footprint and more at the kiosk, website, or on their mobile device.

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    Bike Nation is Simple!

    • Check out bikes from any station by inserting your credit card or using your Bike Nation Membership Card.

    • Ride to class, to work, or just explore! The first 30 minutes are always at no cost!

    • Return the bike at any dock in the system when finished riding.

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    Ride Anytime

    Bike Nation is operational 24/7 – 365! Our bikes are available when other means of transportation are not, so you can get where you need to go anytime!

Register Today

Once you’ve registered, just follow these steps and you are ready to ride!

Latest News:

City of Long Beach “Suggest A Station” Now Live

Suggest Bike Nation’s “Suggest A Station” web app for the City of Long Beach bike share program is now live.  The web app allows the community to recommend station locations in and around their neighborhood.  Feel free to suggest a station, offer comments, and “like/dislike” a previously suggested site. [read article]

Bike Nation Anaheim awarded by Compass Blueprint and SCAG

Compass Blueprint We’re excited to inform you that The City of Anaheim and Bike Nation were awarded a Compass Blueprint Award – Honorable Mention by the Southern California Association of Governments for Anaheim’s Bike Share Mobility Plan. [read article]

OCTA/Fullerton “Suggest A Station” Now Live

Fullerton Bike Nation’s “Suggest A Station” web app for the OCTA/City of Fullerton bike share program is now live. The map includes the proposed bike share service area, which incorporates Fullerton College, Cal State Fullerton, Downtown, and the Fullerton train station. Feel free to suggest a station, offer comments, and “like/dislike” a previously suggested site. [read article]

Bike Nation Announces 2013 Rollout Plan for Downtown Los Angeles

Bike Nation_255 Bike Nation announced today its plans for its 2013 rollout of Los Angeles’ first major bike share program. The system will officially launch in Downtown in April 2013. Last week, the LA City Council unanimously passed a motion that directs staff to create a permit process for Bike Nation’s bike sharing stations to be placed in the public right of way. Bike Nation is currently working with the City for all necessary approval processes and permitting that will pave the way for the company to implement its privatized bike share business model. Unlike other North American bike share programs, Bike Nation is able to privately fund the bike sharing program without the requirement of any government funding or subsidies and will monetize the program through membership and usage, sponsorship and advertising. [read article]

Bike Nation, OCTA and the City of Fullerton Announce Plans for a Pilot Bike Sharing Program

Fullerton Release Photo-01 Bike Nation announced today that it has won a contract from the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) to develop a pilot bike share program in the City of Fullerton, CA. The $1.5 million OCTA contract will install a total of 165 bikes and 15 stations at a variety of locations within the City. In addition, Bike Nation has committed to co-invest in the program by adding up to 35 stations and 350 bikes to the Fullerton system, resulting in a potential bike share reach for Fullerton of 50 stations and 515 bikes. The Orange County-based company previously announced this year extensive privately-funded bike share programs in Los Angeles, Anaheim and Long Beach. Bike Nation user memberships are transferable to any city within its bike share systems. [read article]

Bike Nation Unveils Second Generation “Made In The USA” Bike

Bike Nation Gen 2 Bike Bike Nation, the first major bike share program in the country to be privately funded, unveiled today the unique design and technology behind its Gen 2 “Made in the USA” bikes, to be used at its previously announced bike share programs in Long Beach and Los Angeles. The bikes, made in the USA and to be assembled in Southern California, are chainless and feature active GPS technology and airless tires, helping reduce the need for on-road service. The kiosks are modular, portable, wirelessly connected and solar powered so that monitoring and load balancing is easily managed. [read article]

Bike Nation and the City of Long Beach Announce Plans for Bike Sharing Program

2.3 Cropped Bike Nation announced today with the City of Long Beach plans for the first bike sharing program in “America’s Most Bicycle-Friendly City.” The privately-funded program, approved unanimously by the Long Beach City Council at a council meeting yesterday, will include up to 250 kiosks and 2,500 bikes, with initial installations expected to begin in February of 2013 in downtown. [read article]

Downtown Los Angeles “Suggest A Station” Map Live!

Screenshot Bike Nation’s “Suggest A Station” web app is now live! The map includes the Downtown Los Angeles service area, with additional service areas in Los Angeles and Anaheim to be featured shortly. Feel free to suggest a station, offer comments, and “like/dislike” a previously suggested site. [read article]

Caron Butler: Community Ambassador

Clippers & BN-01 We are elated to announce that 2-time NBA All-Star and LA Clippers Forward, Caron Butler, has become a Community Ambassador and spokesperson for Bike Nation. Caron has been supporting bicycling since 2005 when he created Caron’s Bike Brigade which has donated over 2,500 bikes to youth six to 16 years old. Butler is an avid cyclist and supports Bike Nation’s mission to get Southern Californians on bicycles.  Stay tuned for more, and in the meantime keep an eye on Caron Butler’s twitter @realtuffjuice for any Bike Nation retweets! [read article]

Bike Nation Anaheim Community Launch

From Left: David Arquette, Navin Narang, Derek Fretheim, Councilmember Gail Eastman, Councilmember Kris Murray, Brad Barlow, and Supervisor Nelson Today at a special neighborhood event Bike Nation, the only Southern California-based bike sharing company, took to the streets at Center Street Promenade to open its first kiosk on the corner of Lincoln Avenue and Harbor Boulevard and put its signature bikes in the hands of local residents at its Anaheim Community Launch. The community-based event is a prelude to the company’s roll-out of 10 kiosks and 100 specially constructed bikes to be made available for rental to residents and visitors alike in late August. The festival featured free bike tune-ups, a bicycle agility course and an eclectic mix of food of music, along with free 30-day Bike Nation memberships to anyone signing up during its introductory period either at the event or online at their website. [read article]

David Arquette: Bike Nation Board Member

IMG_4171 Bike Nation is pleased to announce that acclaimed actor, director, and producer David Arquette will be joining the Bike Nation Community Advisory Board! Arquette, a lifelong California resident and environmentalist, has been involved with Bike Nation since its inception in 2009. David will be providing assistance with Bike Nation’s community outreach efforts, and lending a hand with our overarching business strategy. [read article]

Bike Nation Hosts KTLA for Bike to Work Week

KTLA Bike Nation was proud to host Gayle Anderson of KTLA’s Morning News this morning to kick-off National Bike-to-Work Week as part of her “Get Moving May” series. Nearly 100 of Bike Nation’s neighbors came out to support us as Bike Nation CEO Navin Narang, Co-Managing Partner Brad Barlow and COO Derek Fretheim showed off the unique patented technology behind Bike Nation’s Made in the USA bikes and our easy use kiosks. We also gave Gayle a ride for a first-hand look at what thousands of Los Angeles and Anaheim residents and visitors will soon be enjoying in the coming months as Bike Nation rolls out the largest Bike Sharing program in the country. [read article]

Bike Nation Los Angeles CicLAvia Announcement

CicLAvia At the CicLAvia event in downtown Los Angeles today, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced plans for a bike sharing demonstration project in the City. In the spirit of Mayor Villaraigosa’s invitation for “Angelenos to get out of their cars and on to the streets,” Bike Nation, the only southern California-based bike share company, plans to install 400 kiosks with a total of 4,000 bikes throughout the City of Los Angeles, with the first kiosks expected to be in operation during the fourth quarter of 2012. [read article]