Bike sharing is perfect for short trips, giving you the ability to pick up a bicycle at any self-serve bike station. Tempe’s bike share system, called GRID, includes 300 bikes and 32 stations, offering another alternative for you to get around the city with ease.
Tempe’s stations are located in high-activity areas such as downtown Tempe, along the light rail line, near Arizona State University’s campus and at community centers. The bikes are equipped with state-of-the-art features like a GPS-enabled panel to interact with the bike and an integrated bike lock that also works with regular bike racks.
Payment options include weekly, monthly, student and pay-as-you-go. Bikes can be located and reserved through the Social Bicycles mobile app or online. Members can also unlock a bike directly at the station using an account number and four-digit PIN code. To end a trip, the bike can be returned to any bike station in the Valley or, for a small fee, can be locked at any regular bike rack. Tempe’s system is also compatible with the GRID bikeshare system in Mesa and Phoenix.
For more information, visit www.gridbikes.com or download the Social Bicycles mobile application on Google Play or at the iTunes App Store.
There are three dockless bike share companies operating in Tempe. If you have a bicycle left on your property and would like it moved, please contact the appropriate company below.
- SPIN (orange bikes) 1-888-262-5189
- LIME (green with yellow bikes) 1-888-546-3345
- OFO (yellow bikes) 1-844-289-9747 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are usage statistics for each month for the Tempe Bike Share System.
- March 2018
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- January 2018
- December 2017
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- May 2017