As a city biker, you always have a bike handy. Following the service extension in May, there will be up to 3,450 bikes and 345 bike stations at your disposal in Helsinki and Espoo.
Vantaa will get its own city bike service in June. The service is not integrated with the service in Helsinki and Espoo. Registration for the Vantaa service will open in late May.
This is how it works
Pay for a daily, weekly or annual pass.
You will be given a personal cyclist ID and a PIN code for collecting your bike.
Find the nearest available bike. You can see the stations and bike availability on a map here. Off you go!
You can do as many rides as you want, up to 30 minutes each. Extra charges apply for longer journeys.
Adjust the saddle height, check the brakes and get going. Keep a good attitude and follow the traffic rules!
Return the bike to any city bike station. When the bike is secured to the rack and the bike says OK for a successful return process, your responsibility for the bike is over. You can return the bike to a station with no free space if "Return" can be chosen on the bike screen.
Find a city bike
See the city bike stations on a map and find an available bicycle.
Responsible for the city bikes
Customer communication and marketing
Implementation of the system