The new Nextbike hire scheme has official launched in Cardiff and most of Cardiff's inner city areas now have at least one station. If you live or work in Cathays, Roath, Grangetown, Cardiff Bay or any of the other locations coming online as we type this, you can go and rent a bike. So, how do you get started?
Good news, everyone! Cardiff Council and Nextbike have announced that its new bike hire scheme will be arriving next spring. From May 2018 the scheme will include 250 bikes across 25 docking stations, before ramping up in 2019 to 500 bikes across 50 stations. How it'll work... It's difficult to talk about a bike hire... Continue Reading →
It appears that the rumours were true and we are indeed going to get a new bike share scheme. Rising from the ashes of the ill-fated Oybike, the planned scheme looks to be much bigger, with 500 bikes scattered across Cardiff. However, this time it'll be funded through sponsorship income, rather than the council's budget.... Continue Reading →
A little while ago we talked about an advert that appeared on Sell2Wales suggesting that a bike hire scheme may be on the way. The city wants to see 500 bikes stationed around the city as it tries to boost public transport Source: Cardiff wants to bring back Boris bikes to Wales' capital It seems... Continue Reading →
It looks like Cardiff will soon get its own public bike share scheme, just like other cities in the UK... A notice appeared on Sell 2 Wales indicating that Cardiff Council was looking to award a contract at the beginning of January 2016. Cardiff Council is seeking to set-up a public bike share scheme within... Continue Reading →