About Us:

Fort Worth Bike Sharing operates Fort Worth's bike share system with equipment by BCycle. The concept began at the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (now dba as Trinity Metro), which received a grant from the Federal Transit Administration to help cover capital costs. Fort Worth Bike Sharing launched the system on Earth Day, April 22, 2013 and has stations across Downtown, the Cultural District, the Trinity Trails, the Stockyards, Near Southside, Near Eastside and on the TCU campus.

Our mission is to enhance the community by providing an affordable, efficient, environmentally-friendly bike share program that complements the existing public transportation system and provides both residents and visitors a healthy, convenient way to move around the city. 

Stats & Facts

Want to know more? You can find all the details here in our 2021 Annual Report.

475,136

Total Rides since 2013

84,073

Rides in 2021

2.3 MILLION

Miles Ridden

95.3 MILLION

Calories Burned

2.2 MILLION

Metric Tons of Co2 offset

35 MINUTES

Average Trip Length

Your FWBS Team

Meet the folks that keep Fort Worth rolling.

Shawn Tubre

Director

Durango Ruiz

Lead Specialist

Andres Salazar

Bike Sharing Specialist

Steve Burdick

Bike Sharing Specialist

Jim Kunz

Bike Sharing Specialist

Veronika Martin

Systems Specialist

Jacob Pyburn

Bike Sharing Specialist

Adam Vasquez

Bike Sharing Specialist

James Torrez

Bike Sharing Specialist


Address

201 S. Calhoun St. Suite 113A
Fort Worth, TX, 76104

About us

Fort Worth Bike Sharing operates Fort Worth's bike share system with equipment by BCycle. The system was launched on Earth Day, April 22, 2013 and has stations across Downtown, the Cultural District, the Trinity Trails, the Stockyards, Near Southside, Near Eastside and on the TCU campus.

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