Ford GoBikes is one of the easiest ways to get around the Bay Area, ideal for commutes, running errands, or just having fun. At just $3 per ride, members gain access to a fleet of over 700 bikes, and 70 docking stations.
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How does the cost of Ford GoBikes compare to other U.S. bike share programs?Updated 4:00 am, Wednesday, August 23, 2017 It's been a bumpy ride for San Francisco's bike share expansion efforts. Ford logo-emblazoned blue bikes have been battered, bruised and burned since their unveiling, but the two-wheeled cruisers are about to become even more ubiquitous.
Ford GoBike Launches, Bringing Bike-Share to New SF NeighborhoodsA Ford GoBike bike-share station in front of the Ferry Building on The Embarcadero. Ford GoBike launched yesterday, marking a new beginning for bike sharing in the Bay Area. By the end of 2018, Ford GoBike will grow to 7,000 bikes at 546 stations, making it the nation's second-largest bike-share program.
Ford GoBikes are going electric in San FranciscoMotivate, the company behind the San Francisco Yay (Bay) Area's bike-share system, is adding pedal-assist e-bikes to its fleets this April. The one-year pilot will launch with 250 of these e-bikes in San Francisco, the company announced today.
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