Houston BCycle is a bike share program in Houston, Texas, operated by Houston Bike Share, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. With 90+ stations and 635+ bikes throughout central Houston, you can check out and return a BCycle at any station 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
In Fall 2018, the campus connected to Houston BCycle with 6 stations on campus.
- Student Center North
- Cougar Place
- Fine Arts Building (in construction)
- Technology Bridge - formerly ERP
- Cougar Village
- Welcome Center Student Garage and Metro Station (in construction)
- Download a PDF map here
These campus additions connect UH to fun spots all over Houston where you can dock your campus bike while you visit!
UH Discounted Membership
UH students, staff, and faculty memberships are just $60 per year.
Unlimited hour-long rides is just one huge perk of being a member! Click here for more details on discounted membership.
How Does it Work?
Visit houstonbcycle.com/student-memberships to open an account. Once you’ve signed up, download the BCycle mobile app (Android/Apple) to check out bikes with ease. Check out a bike, ride, and return to ANY station!
BCycle Route Maps
Below is a list of many cool places you can visit from the University of Houston on a BCycle. Don’t forget, if you are a BCycle member, you get the first 60 minutes free each time you check out a bike!
This means you can check out a campus BCycle, ride it to the zoo (Coogs get free admission with a student ID), and dock the bike at Hermann Park Lake Plaza while you vist the animals. When your're ready to leave, you can check out another BCycle and ride back to campus without ever being charged an overage fee (which only occurs for rides over an hour). Not to mention you don’t have to worry about your bike being stolen while you visit Shasta!
These routes are also downloadable to most all GPS devices. Simply click the "download" button beneath the route map for hands-free directions.
Please be sure to send any questions about how to get the most out of your BCycle or feedback on the routes to firstname.lastname@example.org. If there are road closures, unsafe intersections, or a new route you would like to see, send them our way so we can make adjustments.