Bike Share

Join Our Brand Ambassador Program

What is Coast’s Brand Ambassador Program? The Coast Bike Share Brand Ambassador Program is a dynamic new initiative designed to enrich the Tampa Bay bike share experience by connecting residents and visitors with knowledgeable and enthusiastic cycling advocates. As a brand ambassador, you will be playing a vital role in empowering personal mobility, heightening livability, • Read More »

SYSTEM UPDATE: Hurricane Irma

To prepare for potential Hurricane Irma disruptions, our kiosks have been disabled, and we have thinned bikes from some stations. The following stations – in flood-prone areas – will be temporarily removed Thursday, September 7, 2017: Bayshore & Rome in Tampa E Whiting St and Riverwalk in Tampa Bay Shore Dr & 5th Ave N • Read More »

Know A Student At USF This Semester?

Whether they’re finishing high school and gearing up for their first college semester, or wrapping up a long-awaited Ph.D, the students in your life deserve some love. With our new student memberships – $7 Monthly Student and $59 Annual Student – you’re not just gifting the freedom and fun of 60 minutes of daily ride time, but a • Read More »

Bike Share 101: How To Ride

How to rent a bike Approach the back of any bike and punch in your account number and pin. (You’ll find this information in the top corner of the Social Bicycles app, or in your confirmation email.) Remove the yellow u-lock and place it in the two vertical cylinders on the back left of the • Read More »

Bike Share 101: Fees

Coast Bike Share Ending your ride and locking a bike anywhere other than an official Coast Bike Share station will result in a $3 “out of hub” service fee. To avoid this, check the Social Bicycles app to find stations near you. While our system area covers all of downtown, your bike will still work • Read More »

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 »