Rapid City BCycle

What is Rapid City BCycle?
BCycle is an automated bike sharing system designed for use by many people for short trips around town. There are currently two stations: Main Street Square in Downtown Rapid City and on the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology Campus.

Join the Movement
Visit rapidcity.bcycle.com to join the BCycle program, and for additional information.

Checkout Hours
6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
BCycles can be returned at any time.

How much does Rapid City BCycle cost?
A $5 24-Hour Pass includes unlimited 60 minute bike checkouts. You will be charged usage fees for checkouts longer than 60 minutes. The usage fee is $1 for each additional 60 minutes. To avoid usage fees, return a bike to any station within 60 minutes. 

How does Rapid City BCycle work?
Purchase a 24-Hour Pass using your credit card at one of the Rapid City BCycle stations located at Main Street Square or the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology campus. You can check out a BCycle as many times as you'd like with one 24-Hour Pass purchase.

Ride the BCycle to a BCycle Station near your destination and check it back in.

When you're ready to ride again, use the same credit card to check out another BCycle. Your credit card is how we recognize that you have ALREADY purchased a 24-Hour Pass and you will not be charged for checking out another BCycle.

Going to use Rapid City BCycle more?
Save money and time by becoming an Annual Member. Annual Members receive BCycle Cards allowing them to unlock their BCycle right at the dock and skip the kiosk. Your online account tracks miles, calories burned and more. Visit our website at RapidCityBCycle.com to purchase.

Rules

  1. Riders must be at least 18 years of age.
  2. Up to four 24-Hour Passes may be purchased per credit card
  3. Rider is financially responsible for the BCycle when it is not secured at a BCycle Station. (Replacement fees: BCycle [bike] $2,000, BCycle Card $5, BCycle key $10)

*Main Street Square promotes safe riding. Please bring your helmet or pick one up at any local bike shop.