Cycling around Vancouver and Stanley park is probably one of the most popular activities in the city. There are many ways to rent a bicycle whether it’s going instore or finding Go Shaw bicycles in the street.
With over 140 stations around Vancouver and British Columbia, Shaw’s Mobi Bicycle share is a fast and convenient way to rent a bicycle around town. You can pick up the bicycles at one location and drop it off in another location.
Provided by Vancouver bike share, Mobi bicycles are very convenient because they’re all around the city. Each station is equipped with a bicycle and a helmet. A 24 hour pass costs $12+ overage fees and a 30 day pass costs $25+ overage fees. First 30 minutes are free and each additional 30 minutes cost $6 or more. Signing up is easy with their app, which then allows you to make a payment and register so that you could quickly hop in and ride.
There are also yearly passes for those who are interested and use the bicycles often. With that in mind, Vancouver hosts many different events and activities that you can join.
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