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Zagster bike share program returns to Southfield
Save $10 on an annual membership through May 1


To celebrate the return of the Zagster bike share program, the city of Southfield is offering annual Zagster memberships for just $15 through May 1.

For a limited time, riders can save $10 and sign-up for a Zagster annual memberships for just $15. To register, visit www.zagster.com/southfield and enter promo code “Spring19.” The offer ends May 1, 2019.

Twenty-one cruiser bikes, plus two accessible bikes, are available at 7 stations located throughout the city for riders to use for on-demand, local trips. Riders — who must be 18 or older — can join the program by signing up for $15 annual memberships ($25 after May 1); student annual memberships are available for $10. Rides for members are free for the first hour, then $2 per hour; rides for non-members cost $2 per hour with a maximum charge of $20 per day for both members and non-members. There is no additional cost for membership; however, all riders must register at www.zagster.com/southfield to participate.

The bike share stations installed throughout the Southfield City Centre, include:
• Lawrence Technological University UTLC, 21000 W. Ten Mile Road;
• Lawrence Technological University’s Don Ridler Field House, 21000 W. Ten Mile Road;
• Southfield Municipal Campus South Pavilion, 26000 Evergreen Road;
• Southfield Sports Arena, 26000 Evergreen Road;
• Marriot & Courtyard by Marriot, 27033 Northwestern Highway
• 3000 Town Center South, 3000 Town Center; and
• City Centre II, 25200 Evergreen Road.
Each station will be installed with three to five bikes, as well as empty spaces for bikes to be returned.

Riding the Southfield bike share is easy. Bikes can be found via the free Zagster Mobile App — available for iPhone and Android — or online at www.zagster.com/southfield. Each bike has a unique number which riders enter into the app to disengage the ring lock and docking cable at the touch of a button. Alternatively, riders can obtain unlock codes via text message to use with an on-bike keypad. A retractable cable mounted to the bike allows the bike to be secured to any fixed object throughout a trip for mid-ride stops. After the rider returns the bike to a designated Zagster bike station, the rental ends and the bike is available for the next person to enjoy.

Posted on Friday, April 12, 2019 (Archive on Thursday, May 2, 2019)
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