About BICI Bike Share
BICI was launched on National Bike to Work Day on May 15, 2015, with 65 bicycles and 13 stations throughout downtown Albuquerque. Two months later, 10 bicycles and two stations were added to the network for a total of 75 bicycles and 15 stations. And we’re still growing! BICI is a shortened version of bicicleta, the Spanish word for bicycle. BICI stations were strategically located near transit to provide for the first and last mile of connectivity by filling in gaps where no other transportation mode exists. The Executive Board of the Rio Metro Regional Transit District (RMRTD) unanimously approved adopting the bike share under their management and growing the program beyond Downtown Albuquerque. RMRTD will continue the existing program until expansion plans are finalized.
How BICI Bike Share Works
Ride a BICI Bike Share is easy, here is a step-by-step user guide teach you how BICI Bike Share works.
How Much does BICI Bike Share Cost
There are four Membership Options you can choose from: Monthly Membership, 24 Hour Pass, Annual Membership, and Albuquerque Sponsor. Here is a details article about this:
BICI Bike Share Stations
There are 14 BICI Bike Share Stations in Albuquerque, NM. Here is a complete list of BICI Bike Share Stations: