Experience Columbus in a whole new way

CoGo is Columbus' bike share system, with 80+ stations and 600+ bikes across the city. It’s a fun, affordable and convenient way to get around.

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Become an Annual Member, buy a Day Pass on the web, or a Single Trip from the Lyft App or at the kiosk.

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Find an available bike nearby, and scan the QR code or use your member key to unlock it.

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Take as many short rides as you want while your pass or membership is active.

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Return your bike to any station, and wait for the green light on the dock to make sure it's locked.

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Save Time

CoGo is often faster than other ways of getting around. It's quick to grab a bike and convenient to drop it off at any station when you're done.

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Save Money

Using CoGo can save you a lot of money. On average, members report saving hundreds of dollars a year by riding CoGo Bike Share.

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Have Fun

Whether you're using CoGo Bike Share to commute to work or ride to meet friends, we bet you'll get there with a smile on your face.

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Get Exercise

Getting places by pedal power is great exercise. Even biking short distances can lead to positive health benefits, as well as reduced stress.

Find a Bike

Go Green

Riding a bike is great for the environment. Taking CoGo instead of a car for short trips helps improve air quality and reduce carbon emissions.

Start Riding

Choose your plan

Single Trip


one 30-minute ride on a classic bike in the Lyft app or at the kiosk

Day Pass


unlimited 30-minutes rides in a 24-hour period

Annual Membership


unlimited 45-minute rides on a classic bike

Lyft App

Learn about our favorite app for wheeling around town

Meet the Bike

Easy to use and built for a wide range of riders

“All the best parts of biking around town, with zero maintenance, worry, or care! It's a very affordable way to have an alternate form of transportation to get to work or school.”

Shay-Jahen Merritté, 29, Columbus