In 2017, the City of Longmont introduced a Bike Share program, owned and operated by Zagster, the North American leader in bike sharing, powering more than half a million trips and counting. There are ten Zagster stations located around town, that house easy-to-ride cruiser bikes.
To access the bikes, riders pay by the hour or join the program by signing up for monthly or annual memberships. Rides for members — who must be 18 or older — are free for the first hour, and then $3 per hour after that. The Zagster mobile app is available for iPhone or Android and can be accessed at zagster.com/longmont. Just download the app, become a member, find and unlock a bike near you with the app, enjoy the ride and return your bike to any of the ten stations in town and lock it up to end your Longmont bicycle adventure. For more information about the Zagster Longmont click here.
Stop by our Visitor Center in downtown Longmont to pick up a Bike Map. This handy map will not only give you an overview of our trails, parks, greenways and the 16-mile Longmont loop but it also lists the nearly 70 permanent Art in Public Places pieces and their locations.