Download CycleFinder for on-the-go access to Bike Share Toronto!

How it Works


  • Get riding with the PBSC/CycleFinder app
  • BUY

Purchase a pass at a station kiosk  or by downloading the CycleFinder/PBSC app. Register for an annual membership here.

  • Unlock with the PBSC/CycleFinder app

Receive a 5-digit code from the station kiosk upon purchase or via the CycleFinder/PBSC app. Enter your code into a dock with an available bike to unlock and ride.

  • Ride with Bike Share Toronto
  • Ride

Enjoy unlimited 30-minute, station-to-station trips while your pass is active. After 30 minutes, overage fees apply. Return your bike to any station citywide to end your trip.

  • Unlock, ride, dock, REPEAT
  • Repeat

To continue riding, request a new unlock code at a station kiosk by selecting "I Have a Pass" or through the CycleFinder/PBSC app by tapping a station on the map.

For every trip exceeding 30 minutes, overage fees will accumulate at a rate of $4 for each (up to) 30 minutes of additional trip time. To avoid an overage charge, before your 30 minute trip is up, dock the bike and unlock another to continue riding.

See Section 7: Usage Rates in the User Agreement.


Station Full? No worries. Select "I Have a Pass" at a station kiosk and tap "Time Credit" to receive an additional 15 minutes of trip time to travel to a new station. 


Bike Share Toronto offers 24/7 convenient access to 6,850 bikes and 625 stations across 200 km² of the city. Whether you're commuting or exploring the city with friends and family, bike share is a fun, flexible and cost-effective way to navigate Toronto.

Save Money

Annual Memberships cost $99 (plus HST) per year. That’s less than $10 a month or 30 cents per day! 

Save Time

Biking is a fast way to get around the city. With 465 stations around town, it’s even easier than using your own bike.

Have Fun

Whether commuting for work or using for leisure, you’ll enjoy Bike Share Toronto for any purpose.

Get Exercise

Biking is great exercise. Reduce your stress and improve your health.

Go Green

By saving on gasoline, preventing carbon emissions and keeping pollutants out of the air, biking is not only good for you, but also good for the environment.