Bluebikes 4+

The Official Bluebikes App

Lyft Bikes and Scooters, LLC

    • #46 in Navigation
    • 4.4 • 693 Ratings
    • Free

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Bluebikes is metro-Boston’s public bike share system. With over 2,500 bikes available 24/7 at more than 260 stations throughout Boston, Brookline, Everett, Cambridge, and Somerville, Bluebikes is one of the most popular bike shares in the country.

With the app, find your closest station and purchase a pass. Then unlock one of Bluebikes' specially designed, safe, sturdy, easy to ride bikes, and get riding right away. When you’re done riding, simply return the bike to an available dock at any station in the network. The app will show you all station locations, with real-time dock and dock availability, and you can save your favorites for later reference. Tap a station pin or location and the app will show you the best route to get there.

Ideal for one-way trips, commutes to work or school, running errands, meeting friends for dinner, going to a game, or just cruising around metro-Boston to see the sights.

And of course, get your exercise credit when you pedal with a Health app integration.

Happy riding!

What’s New

Version 12.31.3

Thanks for using Bluebikes! We update our app regularly to make your rides even better. Every update of our Bluebikes app includes improvements in speed and reliability. As new features are released, we'll highlight those for you in the app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
693 Ratings

693 Ratings

j.gallacci ,

Be like Nike...Just Do It

These bikes were one of the best things I experienced in Boston/best purchase made. They were so easy to figure out, and they were a great deal. I would highly recommend getting the monthly pass if you are here for two days. It allows you to rent as many bikes as possible. The app is fantastic, it tells you how many docking stations are open or how many bikes there are at each station. These bikes were a total feet saver and allowed us to see SO much of Boston in an efficient yet fun way. The city is SUPER bike friendly. I HIGHLY recommend using the bikes. Just make sure you read the helmet law if you are under 16. Happy riding!! 🚲

Maxlu41602 ,

It would be a fine app if I could actually do anything with it

I’ve been in Boston for a couple weeks now, and I also enjoy biking. Paying $20 a month for a bike seemed like a pretty solid deal. I couldn’t bring my own because it would’ve been very troublesome getting it here. But the problem is that the app simply won’t let me purchase a pass. I’ve already put in a payment method but every time I try buying a pass it just says that the transaction failed. I’ve tried multiple cards but none of them go through. It also won’t let me buy a bike at the station without my physical card, meaning I have to pay $2.95 every time I want to ride a bike. When I try enough times, it just tells me to call customer service, which was no help. The lady just told me that the bike station was down and to try at another one. That wasn’t even true. I literally got a bike out from that station later with a physical card. I’d like to not have to pay almost $3 every time I want to go riding. If this gets fixed then I’m sure the app itself is fine. But until then, this app literally is useless.

pxmelx ,

Terrible customer service

I picked up a broken bike and called Bluebikes to help me with my issue. They told me to store the bike in my house and they will come pick it up. I have called them repeatedly and they have not sent anyone to pick up the bike for THREE DAYS. They are using my house as a storage facility for their broken equipment, and if I choose not to keep the bike in my house, they will charge me $1200. This is no way to abuse customers when this is not my fault at all. For example, if I were traveling and leaving town soon, I would have no choice but pay them $1200 since I would not be able to store the bike. Furthermore, when I called, I asked them to end my ride on the app so I could get other bikes to go places, and they refused to help. Overall, such a terrible experience, really too bad they’re the only bike sharing platform in Boston.

App Privacy

The developer, Lyft Bikes and Scooters, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contacts

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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