Get cycling in March on a dockless bike

A man and woman sitting by Lake Burley Griffin with dockless bikes Bike share is ideal for short, spontaneous and convenient one-way trips.

Autumn has arrived and the weather is starting to cool, making it’s the perfect time to hop on a dockless bike.

Bike sharing is ideal for short, spontaneous and convenient one-way trips around the city area, inner north and parliamentary triangle.

In Canberra dockless bikes are operated by Australian provider Airbike. In just six months, these bikes have been hired more than 8,000 times in areas including the ANU, the City bus station and the Inner North.

How to book a dockless bike

Dockless bikes provide more flexibility than docked systems where bikes need to be returned to a docking station.

Riders can locate, book and unlock an Airbike via a user app. Once at their destination, riders can locate a suitable spot to park and lock the bike ready for the next user.

Find out more at Active Travel.