Heartland B-cycle

Heartland B-cycle is a bike sharing service with about 70 stations in the Omaha area. Heartland B-cycle offers both manual and electric bikes (electric bikes have an electric motor that propels you forward as you pedal). This service is a particularly great resource for individuals who are active commuters, as it can be a great trip connector from the bus station to campus, or to other locations when you have a meeting during the day. 

How to Use Heartland BCycle 

  1. Select a membership and create an account on the Heartland BCycle website. 
  2. To find a station close to you, you can download the Heartland B-cycle app, or go to the website. Below is a map of stations closest to the Med Center. The number on each blue station indicator is the number of bikes at that specific station. If the blue station indicator has a lightning bolt, that means that the station has an electric bike available. Locations on the 42nd and Dewey campus are: 
      1. 42nd and Dewey; in front of the College of Nursing
      2. 45th and Emile; in front of the Durham Research Centers
      3. 44th and Farnam; in front of Doctors North
      4. 40th and Leavenworth; at the Field Club Trailhead
      5. 39th and Jackson; between Maurer Center for Public Health and Student Life Center
      6. 40th and Farnam;  south of Midtown Health Center

There are also stations at Midtown Crossing, UNO, throughout Blackstone, Aksarben, downtown, and more.

  1. You can then choose from  several methods to unlock the bicycle you would like to use including: 
    1. Scanning a credit card sized pass you receive in the mail upon registering.
    2. Downloading the app. 
  2. Return it to any station when you finish your ride! 
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