River Cities Bike Share Program Season Opens April 1

Friday, March 25, 2022 at 9:08 AM

By City of Lawrenceburg, news release

The River Cities Bike Share Program links Lawrenceburg and Aurora.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Get out and ride this summer with the River Cities Bike Share Program which features 30 “ready to ride” 7 speed bicycles with locking mechanisms located throughout the Cities of Lawrenceburg and Aurora, Indiana. There are 3 bike rental kiosk stations available with adjacent parking at each site. Locations include downtown Lawrenceburg next to Ivy Tech and the Lawrenceburg Event Center, along the Dearborn Trail in Aurora and on Main Street in Aurora.

The River Cities Bike Share Program supports connectivity to the Dearborn Trail which links both the Cities of Lawrenceburg and Aurora, historic downtowns, the Ohio River access, neighborhoods, award winning parks, as well as accessible shopping and yummy eateries.

Download the Movatic App on your smartphone device. The “Rent, Ride & Return” bicycles are available to rent starting at $3.00 the first hour and $2.00 every hour after that.

More information and details may be found at www.rivercitiesbikeshare.com.

“Let’s Ride!”

Co-owned by the Cities of Lawrenceburg and Aurora, a big shout out again to the sister city teams for the RCBSP seasonal launch efforts. The River Cities Bike Share Program celebrates its 6th season in 2022 with over 13,234 riders since 2017.

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