BIKETOWN for All offers discounted BIKETOWN memberships to Portlanders living on low incomes.
The program is a partnership between the Community Cycling Center (CCC), the Portland Bureau of Transportation, Motivate, Portland Parks and Recreation, the Better Bike Share Partnership and participating affordable housing communities, social service agencies and local nonprofits.
Portlanders whose incomes qualify them for an Oregon Trail Card (EBT card) can sign up to receive a discounted membership for only $3 per month. As part of the program, we also provide bike safety education and free bike helmets.
The Community Cycling Center offers a three-hour BIKETOWN for All orientation workshop. The workshop covers:
Details about BIKETOWN and the BIKETOWN for All membership
Bike safety information
Test riding a bike on and off the street
An opportunity to apply for and receive a membership
A free helmet for every applicant
BIKETOWN for All Interest Form
Are you a representative of a housing provider, social service agencies or local nonprofit interested in joining as a referring organization? Or are you an individual interested in learning how to become a BIKETOWN for All member?
Please fill out the BIKETOWN for All Interest Form.
BIKETOWN for All Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have more questions about the program? Our Frequently Asked Questions page might have your answers.
BIKETOWN for All In the News
Portland’s BIKETOWN only third bike share to offer cash membership for low income riders – KATU 2, October 27, 2016
Biketown for All gives low-income riders a break on bike rentals – Portland Tribune, October 27, 2016
Reduced fares, cash payment part of new “Biketown for All” program – BikePortland, October 27, 2016
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