Use Your Bublr Pass in 25+ New Places
Have an Annual Pass with Bublr Bikes? You’re in luck! That pass unlocks bikes at select bike share systems across the great United States. You get to explore a brand-new city on two wheels – and it’s absolutely FREE!
Traveling to MKE? Hey there! If you have an Annual Pass for any bike share system listed below, the reciprocity perk applies to you, too. Read on!
How It Works
- Bring your Bublr Pass AND the credit/debit card linked to your Bublr account wherever you travel.
- Head over to a bike share kiosk in your new city. Select “No” on the screen when asked if you’d like to purchase 24-hour access. Follow the screen prompts. Be sure to swipe only the credit card linked to your Bublr Pass!
- Check out a bike, and you’re ready to pedal.
- All future checkouts can be done with your Bublr Pass at the dock. So easy!
Places You Can Pedal
- Ann Arbor, MI (Arbor Bike)
- Austin, TX (Austin B-Cycle)
- Battle Creek, MI (Battle Creek B-Cycle)
- Boulder, CO (Boulder B-Cycle)
- Broward County, FL (Broward B-Cycle)
- Charlotte, NC (Charlotte B-Cycle)
- Cincinnati, OH (Red Bike)
- Columbus, IN (columbike)
- Dayton, OH (Link Dayton Bike Share)
- Denver, CO (Denver B-Cycle)
- Des Moines, IA (Des Moines B-Cycle)
- El Paso, TX (El Paso B-Cycle)
- Fort Worth, TX (Fort Worth B-Cycle)
- Fargo, ND (Great Rides)
- Greenville, SC (Greenville B-Cycle)
- Omaha, NE (Heartland B-Cycle)
- Houston, TX (Houston B-Cycle)
- Indianapolis, IN (Indiana Pacers Bike Share)
- Kansas City, KS (Kansas City B-Cycle)
- Madison, WI (Madison B-Cycle)
- McAllen, TX (McAllen B-Cycle)
- Nashville, TN (Nashville B-Cycle)
- Rapid City, SD (Rapid City B-Cycle)
- Salt Lake City, UT (GREENbike)
- San Antonio, TX (San Antonio B-Cycle)
- Spartanburg, SC (Spartanburg B-Cycle)
A Couple Notes…
- If you check out a bike away from Milwaukee, that city’s bike share rules and usage fees apply to you.
- The customer service people at the bike share in your destination city will be happy to help you out if there’s a problem.
- Resist the temptation to bring another city’s bike back to Milwaukee.