Photo of people riding adaptive bicycles on the Eastbank Esplanade.
FREE 3-Hour Rentals at Adaptive BIKETOWN
throughout May to Celebrate Bike Month
In celebration of Bike Month, Adaptive BIKETOWN is offering FREE 3-hour Adaptive BIKETOWN rentals, all through May. The Adaptive BIKETOWN 2018 pilot program begins May 1, and runs through Sept. 30.
People with disabilities and others who qualify for a TriMet Honored Citizens Pass can ride Adaptive BIKETOWN for up to three hours a day. Their rides will be free for the month. Members of the general public who would like to try an adaptive bike using Adaptive BIKETOWN will be charged the normal hourly rate.
Adaptive BIKETOWN bikes will be available for rent online, or by visiting the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s rental partner, Kerr Bikes, at their Eastbank Esplanade/OMSI location, 1945 SE Water Ave., Bldg B, Portland, OR 97214. More details and hours of operation are available online at the Adaptive BIKETOWN website.