How it Works

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Rider Safety

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Menlo Park Labs offers a state-of-the-art Bike Share program in partnership with Social Bicycles for the exclusive use of its tenants. Rent a bike and take a ride around campus; bike to a nearby restaurant or park. Bike Share bikes are free for the first hour each day.


* Plan includes 1 hour of free riding time per day. Great for a few short trips or one long ride, you can use these minutes any way you want. Remember, overage fee is $5 for each extra hour and charged on a pro-rated basis. Maximum daily charge is $25. Locking outside of network area costs $25.00

How it Works!



Find and reserve a bike using our mobile app, on the web at , or at the bike using its keypad.



Once you’ve reserved a ride, just enter your 4-digit PIN code on the keypad to unlock the bike. Remember to ride safely and follow all safety rules.



Want to stop for coffee? Press the “HOLD” button and lock the bike to a rack. Just enter your 4-digit PIN to unlock and continue riding.



To end your trip, just lock your bike at one of our convenient hub locations or at any regular bike rack for a small additional fee.

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Mobile Devices

Download the Mobile App

Not near a computer? Want to reserve that last bike? You can use our mobile application for iOS and Android to find the nearest bikes, hub locations, promotions, and more.

* One app works across all networks!


Follow the rules, ride safely!

Rules of the road

Do a pre-ride check

Check tire pressure, try the grip bell, and if you’re riding at night check the front and rear lights.

Wear a helmet

Wear a helmet whenever you ride. Replace your helmet after any crash. Avoid common helmet mistakes such as loose straps.

Follow the rules

Yield to pedestrians. Stop at all red lights and stop signs. Ride in the direction of traffic. Use the grip bell to signal your presence.

Be predictable

Make it easy for the traffic around you. Don’t make unexpected turns, and ride at a steady pace.

Signal for turns

Use hand signals, and don’t turn or change lanes without knowing the position of the cars and bikes around you.

Plan a sensible route

Plan a safe route before you ride. Have a favorite route? Let your community know.


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