How do I cancel my blue bike account?

What happens if you dont return a blue bike?

If you keep a bike out for longer than 60 minutes at a time, you will be charged an extra $2 for each additional 30 minutes and your account may be suspended. NOTE: If you do not return a bike within a 24-hour period, your account may be charged a lost or stolen bike fee of $1,200 (plus tax).

Why did blue bikes charge $50?

Please note: If you incur any usage fees while riding Bluebikes (e.g., if you keep your bike out for longer than than 30-minute ride limit), your card on file will be charged. The fee for a lost or stolen bike is $1,200. There is a $25 security hold for Single Trips purchased at any Bluebikes kiosk.

How do I return my blue bike key?

Bike keys are recyclable! Just drop the key into any plastics recycling when you’re done with it. Bike keys are just one method you can use to unlock bikes.

Are Bluebikes free?

A: You will have 30 days of access to the Bluebikes system. All trips up to 45 are included at no charge. Trips longer than 45 minutes will incur an extra $2.50 per additional 30 minutes.

How do you lock a blue bike?

Pull the bike out of the dock and you are ready to ride! To lock a bike, push the bike firmly into the docking point, wait for the sound and the “Docked bike” indication to confirm that the dock was successful.

THIS IS IMPORTANT:  Do I have to have a bell on my bike?

How much are blue bikes per hour?

It’s only $10 for 24-hour Bluebikes access and includes unlimited 2-hour rides. If you keep a bike out longer than 2 hours at a time, it’s an extra $2.50 per additional 30 minutes.

Can you steal a Citi bike?

Local scam artists are pedaling a new con. They’re stealing Citi Bikes by switching the QR scan codes on two bicycles near each other at a docking station, then waiting for an unsuspecting cyclist to try to unlock a bike with his or her smartphone app.

Are Bluebikes Electric?

A pedal-assist electric bike from Chicago’s Divvy bikesharing system. … But unlike some of those other systems, Bluebikes is jointly owned by the Cities of Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, and Everett, and the Town of Brookline.