Current Summary of UK Bikeshare Systems

All systems below can be seen at Bike Share Map – click on a circle to see the details of that system.

ManualBothPedelec
Dock/
hub-based**
London (Sant.)*
London (Beryl)*
Stirling
Edinburgh*
Belfast
Liverpool
Nottingham
Cardiff
Swansea
Hereford
Bournemouth
Slough
M. Keynes (Sant.)
Brunel (Uni.)
Surrey (Uni.)
Warwick (Uni.)
Glasgow
Lincoln
Exeter
Forth Valley
BothLondon
(Freebike)
Brighton
DocklessLondon (Mobike)
Bristol
Oxford (Mobike)
Oxford (Pony)
Cambridge
London (Lime)
London (JUMP)
M. Keynes (Lime)

* Pedelecs announced but not yet launched.

** Including systems where bikes can be left out of a docking station/hub or the adjacent area, but a punitive fee (at least £5) is charged for such an activity.

Not including systems where the minimum hire time is a day or more or not point-to-point, like Brompton Hire, or very small systems (<20 bikes) like Donkey Republic, private systems, e.g. corporate or student-only schemes like Kingston Uni, or systems which are not at least third-gen (i.e. automatic kiosks) like Southport.

Forthcoming systems that have been announced include Norwich (a manual dock-based system from Beryl).

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