National Bike Month2021-04-29T10:39:27-07:00
National Bike Month

National Bike Month

This May, we are kicking off National Bike Month by launching new innovative programs, partnering in a safety campaign, and providing an enhanced riding experience. We hope you’ll grab a bike and join us in some of our new programs!

Bike Share on Transit App
Bike Share Pass Options
Bike Share Loyalty Program
Ride Safe Campaign

RTC Bike Share now available on Transit app

Bike Share - Transit AppThe RTC is the first agency in the United States to integrate its bike share and public transit systems into a single account and app experience. The new offering, available in the Transit app, enables riders to plan a multimodal trip, purchase a transit pass, and unlock a bike with just a few taps.

We are making it easier than ever to for our residents and visitors to get around Las Vegas without having to drive.

Give it a try!

Step 1. Download the Transit app and create an account.

Step 1

Step 2. Choose your pass option

fare Options


Step 3. Find the closest station and unlock a bike. 

Station Details

Step 4. Need a bus ride? Plan your multimodal trip

Multimodal Trip


Don’t forget Bike Share passes are still available on the bcycle app and bike share website!

New RTC Bike Share Pass Options

The RTC is expanding its Bike Share pass options and incorporating reduced fare passes!

We are introducing an annual bike share pass and extending ride times for our monthly and annual pass holders. To make it easier to remember, we’ve updated our pass names:

Dasher ($5)

Daily Pass

Offers unlimited 30-minute rides in a 24-hour period on a classic bike. Unlock an electric bike for an additional $1 per ride.

Explorer ($15)

Monthly Pass

Offers unlimited 1-hour rides in a 30-day period on a classic bike. This pass renews automatically every 30 days, and pass holders can cancel anytime. Unlock an electric bike for an additional $1 per ride.

Downtowner ($125)

Annual Pass

Offers unlimited 1-hour rides in a 365-day period on a classic bike. This pass renews automatically every 365 days, and pass holders can cancel anytime.  Unlock an electric bike for an additional $1 per ride.

Reduced Fare Passes

EBT card holders are eligible to purchase the Explorer Pass for the discounted price of $5 or the Downtowner Pass for the discounted price of $40. Unlock an electric bike for an additional $1 per ride. EBT card number required to receive reduced fare. Payment must be completed with credit card or debit card.

For additional information, visit RTC Bike Share website or call 844-641-7823.

Bike Share Loyalty Program

As a thank you to our devoted bike share members, the RTC is launching a free loyalty program for our Explorer and Downtowner pass holders. Bikecentives awards limited edition swag to our most valuable pedalers through a three-tier structure:

Tier 1 = 50 rides
Tier 2 = 150 rides 
Tier 3 = 300 rides

Every time a member reaches a milestone in a calendar year, they’ll receive one of three bike-friendly accessories. This year’s prizes include a backpack, collapsible water bottle, and a portable speaker. Prizes will change annually. 

Bike Share milestones

Pass holders who have taken rides between January 2021 and April 2021 will have their rides counted for this year. Keep those wheels spinning and check out our station map to plan your next ride!

Ride Safe Campaign

The RTC joins the efforts of the Southern Nevada Bicycle Coalition (SNVBC) to keep cyclists safe. The Ride Safe campaign identifies five critical points of gear and behavior for cyclists to keep top-of-mind:

Ride Safe Icons


Ride Safe includes a targeted social media campaign with videos featuring cycling influencers. Information will also be disseminated by SNVBC members partners, including the RTC. 

RideSafe LogoDuring May, the Ride Safe campaign will have components for Bike to School and Bike to Work Days. Bike to School Day, May 5, is a national initiative that focuses on students’ healthy lifestyles, safety, and fostering community participation in raising awareness of traffic rules and sharing the road with cyclists. On Bike to Work Day, May 21, Ride Safe will have a special focus on Clark County’s growing bicycle commuter population.

Earlier this year, SNVBC introduced Change Lanes for Bikes! It’s the Law, a public awareness campaign aimed to educate motorists and cyclists about Nevada’s 3-Feet/Move Over passing Law. Nevada is one of 33 states to enforce a 3-Feet law and is one of five states to specify that motorists should move into an adjacent lane to the left if the lane is available when passing a cyclist. 

To learn more and to become a member of SNVBC, visit

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