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Hirebike

Hire a bike from stations in and around Lincoln for a quick and eco-friendly way to get around the city and to explore the surrounding countryside.

hirebike is a scheme provided by Access LN6 and provides a quick and eco-friendly way of getting around the city of Lincoln, to the south of the city and to explore the surrounding countryside.  40 bikes are available 24 hours a day from automated rental stations which are unlocked using your personal user code.  Portable combination locks are available too so that you can take them wherever you like safely.

There are two rental stations in Lincoln: one on the Brayford Waterfront outside the Royal Wiliam IV pub and one at Lincoln Central Train Station.  Other rental stations outside the city include ASDA on Newark Road, Birchwood Avenue and North Hyekahm Train Station.

You can hire a bike in three easy steps:

  • Register online or over the phone to add credit to your account
  • Unlock a bike using your unique code at a station
  • Hire the bike and return it to any of the rental stations in the area.

hirebike is free for the first half an hour of every journey and £1 per hour from then on.  The price is capped at £4 for a full day's rental.

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Admissions

  • Free for first half an hour
  • £1 per hour after the first half and hour
  • Price is capped at £4 for a whole day's use.


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