Bike Share

Meet the Coast member: Ian

Coast member and St. Pete resident Ian joins us today, to explain how he uses bike share day-to-day. Tell us about yourself. I’m a merchant mariner by trade, so traveling around the world is pretty much part of my job description. Working on ships allows for a fairly unique schedule – normally three to four • Read More »





Bike Share 101: Troubleshooting

We’re answering your questions in our Bike Share 101 series. While bike share is known for being quick, easy and convenient, today we’re covering quick-fix questions members occasionally ask when using the system for the first time. What should I do if my user code isn’t working? Most of the time, it’s simply a case • Read More »


10 events to Coast to this month

Spring has sprung, the sun is shining and the weather is blissfully cool. Make the most of April by grabbing a Coast bike and rolling to one of these events across Tampa Bay this month – each within a stone’s throw of a hub station. April 6-April 9 – Fiesta Italiana in Tampa Pasta, wine, • Read More »


Game on! Coast to support the Bolts, Rays and Rowdies

If there’s one thing we love about living in Tampa Bay, it’s year-round access to some of the very best sporting action. Whether you’re rooting for the Bolts, Rays or Rowdies, skip the traffic and parking charges, and Coast to and from games quickly and easily. Your Tampa Bay Lightning hub: S Franklin St and • Read More »


TECO Line Streetcar System morning service pilot ends in Tampa

The six-month TECO Line Streetcar System morning service pilot ended in Tampa last week. Offering extended weekday morning service for commuters, the pilot complemented the existing service the TECO Line Streetcar System already provides to Tampa’s workers and residents.      Now the pilot is complete, the City of Tampa, the Florida Department of Transportation, and • Read More »


How to plan a group ride with friends

Bikes and friends go together like peanut butter and jelly. As you’ll probably remember from summer days as a kid, there’s nothing quite like that feeling of propelling yourself around on two wheels with a few of your best pals in tow. Break away from your usual hangout spots; explore new parts of town, and • Read More »


19th century advice for women cyclists

It’s always helpful to seek advice when you’re taking up a new activity. Take cycling, for example. If you’re new to biking, you might have questions. Digging around for guidance can produce all kinds of results – some useful and some … well … some just plain shocking. Trawling through the archives of the New • Read More »