RTC Bike Share is Las Vegas's bike sharing system, intended to provide residents and visitors to Sin City an additional transportation option for getting around Las Vegas. With hundreds of miles of bike routes throughout the valley, bike share offers a fun and convenient way to get people outdoors and see the city.
Besides being good for your health and for the environment, with your RTC bike, you don't have to deal with the hassle of looking for a parking space.
Complementing downtown Las Vegas' dedicated green bike lanes, guests and members can borrow a bike from any of the 21 stations across the downtown area, and return it to another station near their final destination.
Things you should know about RTC Bike Share Las Vegas
You must have a single use, 24-hour pass or be a monthly member to check out bikes.
Single use passes can only be purchased at bike share stations.
Memberships are for unlimited 30-minute increments
Las Vegas offers a state-of-the-art bike center at the Bonneville Transit Center
RTC Bike Share currently has 21 stations at popular locations downtown and 180 bikes available 24 hours a day
RTC Bike Share Single Ride Rates
|Rides up to 30 minutes||$4|
|Each 1/2 hour increment therafter||$4|
|Max per day||$80|
Online Memberships Ride Rates
With a 24-hour pass or a 30-day membership, users can check out a bike for 30 minutes at a time, for as many trips as their pass duration allows, without being charged an extra fee.
|+ Additional Usage Fees|
|1st 1/2 hour (of each trip)||Included|
|Each 1/2 hour increment thereafter||$4|
|Max per day||$80|
Other Ways Of Getting Around
|Taking a walk on the Vegas Strip||How to Get a Free Shuttle Ride|
|Where to rent a car in Las Vegas||How to take a Las Vegas taxi|
|How to hop on the Deuce||Las Vegas Airport Shuttle|
|How to ride the Las Vegas monorail||How to Ride the SDX|
LasVegas-How-To.com All Rights Reserved.
The information in this website may not be copied in whole or in part without express written permission from Adawe Inc.