We’ve been telling you about the Orlando Bike Share program set to launch by the end of this year.
Today, we’re getting our first look at the station locations and membership pricing.
Their new website identifies 21 different bike racks.
Most of the racks are in Downtown Orlando. Outside of Downtown there is one in Mills 50, two in College Park, one in Ivanhoe Village and one in Audubon Park Garden District.
Orlando Bike Share Program Director Peter Martinez tells Bungalower there are other locations in the works, including one at the Florida Hospital/Health Village SunRail station.
At launch he says they expect to have about 200 bikes as part of the program.
According to the site, bike share memberships start at $30/month or $79 for the year. The membership gives you one free hour a day.
Additional time can be rented for $5 an hour. If you’re not a member but want to try it out you can also rent a bike for $5/hour. The max per day charge is $25.
You can also return the bikes to any legal bike rack in the area that isn’t a bike share station for an additional $3 fee.
The Orlando Bike Share program is also out raising money through sponsorships to get the program off the ground. In addition to an overall bike share sponsor, there are also station sponsorships available. The station sponsorships start at just under $5,000.
The program is expected to launch this December.