Rentable Bike Travel to and from the Scioto Mile
Since CoGo Bike Share launched in July 2013, the network has expanded to 365 bicycles and 46 stations. Stations are within a stone’s throw of the Scioto Mile, Bicentennial Park and Genoa Park.Bike Trails Around Downtown
How CoGo Works
Bike sharing serves commuters and visitors alike to get where they are going faster and better, whether they are trying to get across town at rush hour, running an errand, visiting attractions or enjoying downtown Columbus with friends. With an emphasis on short trips, the bicycle is returned within 30 minutes to keep it in circulation where it can be shared with others. Just dock the bike to rest the timer and take as many rides as you want while your pass is active.
Bikes can be returned to any station anywhere in the system, creating an efficient network with many possible connection points and combinations of departures and arrivals. CoGo is available for use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Want To See CoGo’s Availability In Real Time?
- Online Interactive Station Map
- Download the Transit App to find stations, see real-time bike and dock availability, keep track of riding time, and more.
CoGo Bike Share is a project of the City of Columbus.
Locations and Info
- Website: www.cogobikeshare.com
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/CoGoBikeShare
An Affordable Option
CoGo provides an easy and affordable option for making short trips around Columbus. To use the system, you can purchase a 1-Day pass, 3-Day pass or Annual Membership.
Because the CoGo Bike Share system is intended to help you quickly get from Point A to B, you can make an unlimited number of up to 30-minute trips during your access period at no additional cost. Fees are incurred for any trips lasting over 30 minutes.
Want More Information?
For information on pricing/fees or to purchase a membership online, click HERE.