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Citi Bike

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New York New York's Citi Bike is a great place to stop in for some fun. This weekend, don't do the same old thing. Head to this place!

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Report | 4 years ago
When we tried to use it, they would not take the voucher. Very disappointing.
Report | 7 years ago
HORRIBLE service. The bikes never work and I had to call citi bike all 3 times to use these groupon vouchers with them.
Report | 7 years ago
Very often unable to get a bike after wasting 5 or so minutes entering information. "Your pass could not be processed at this time" is often the message. Bikes are rarely available and working in FiDI where I live and work.
Report | 7 years ago
In popular places in Brooklyn like Dumbo area, you cannot find docks to park the bike so you will likely go extra minutes to park. The bike is way too heavy. Citibike customer service promised refund for extra charge but never follow through, horrible experience, won't be using citibike anytime soon.
Report | 7 years ago
Great idea, but horrible implementation! The codes wouldn't work and we wasted quite a bit of time just re-swiping the credit cards after 2 mins to try 4-5 times... No more citi bikes!
Report | 7 years ago
Be sure the Groupon code applies to your total when using the Citibike kiosk!
Report | 7 years ago
Never bikes when you need them never docs when you need them and deposit of $100 every time I'm using a 24h pass? If I use it 5 days in a raw I pay $500 and not getting the money back till 10 days later!
Report | 7 years ago
Could not rent a bike. Issued code did not work.
Report | 7 years ago
touch screens are kind of hard to use. You almost have to punch the screen
Report | 7 years ago
It's a bit convoluted to get done but once you get the knack it's good.

From Our Editors

Citi Bike, operated by NYC Bike Share, LLC, is New York City’s new bike share system that was introduced on Memorial Day in 2013. New Yorkers and visitors have already taken more than 5 million trips to countless places on its 6000 bikes. Pop over to Midtown to gaze at Rockefeller Center's tree or Macy's holiday window displays. Sail down West Side Greenway to take in river views. Ride over the Brooklyn Bridge to explore Dumbo. Time Out New York also has recommended Citi Bike adventures. In reality, the bike-share program's options are endless, thanks to its 332 stations scattered every few blocks throughout Manhattan below 59th Street and in Brooklyn neighborhoods including Williamsburg, Clinton Hill, and Brooklyn Heights. Members can enjoy unlimited 30-minute rides between the stations on sturdy, comfortable bikes that have been designed for city riding—front and rear LED lights keep the bike visible and bikers sit on foam-paddle saddles.

For added convenience, the Citi Bike app helps riders find nearby stations and plan their routes, rather than just telling them to follow the most confident-looking biker in sight. And speaking of confident bikers, Citi Bike's web site also has a comprehensive riding tips page to highlight how to stay safe and how to be smart, savvy bicyclist. For inspiration on where to ride, check out these itineraries.

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