Citi Bike


Current Programs

Building access to biking in underrepresented communities and for underserved groups.


In 2021, Citi Bike launched a partnership with Achilles International to bring free adaptive cycling opportunities to New Yorkers with disabilities in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens.

These sessions, led by trained staff and held weekly, are geared towards people living with disabilities including limb loss, spinal cord injuries, stroke recovery, and more. Older riders or new riders who are simply curious about new ways to ride can also join.

How to Ride
The program runs between May and November annually in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan. For a full list of locations and to reserve a bike visit When your reservation is confirmed, you will receive an email with the exact meeting location and a required waiver. Helmets are required at all times while cycling. Please bring your own helmet if possible, otherwise one will be provided for use during your ride.

Get Involved
If you’re interested in a cycling session or getting involved through volunteering, learn more at

Weekly Rides

Launched in 2023, this free series offers beginners a chance to join a beginner-level group ride led by trained professionals. Offered on a weekly or biweekly basis, these rides always begin at the same meet-up spots throughout the city. You can expect to ride a Citi Bike free of charge, build your confidence by riding with a group, learn bike safety skills, and meet new people. Join for as many rides as you like.

Stay tuned for a list of confirmed dates, locations, times, and ride leaders here.

How to Ride
Weekly Rides will begin in the first week of June and end in mid to late-September. No pre-registration is required. If you’re interested, just show up at the designated time and location set by our Ride Leaders.

Weekly Rides FAQs
Check back here soon for more confirmed information soon.