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Now you can unlock a bike, buy a pass and find special deals all in the official Citi Bike app. This is your co-pilot for biking adventures in NYC.

Pull up the app and see up-to-the-minute bike availability. Search station locations and addresses, to find the nearest bike or dock. Save your favorite stations, and know the situation right away at your usual spots.

See info about your most recent ride, and all-time riding history. Know how long you’ve had a bike out with an accurate trip timer, and see confirmation of your completed trip after you’ve docked.

Pick a destination and we’ll show you where to pick up and dock your bike. Need a route suggestion? Tap a station pin or location and the app will sniff out the best way to your destination.

What's New

Version 6.9.0

Happy New Year! This version comes out of the hard work our team did in the final weeks of 2017. . . you know, those weeks when you're buying some last minute presents, dealing with in-laws, and kinda phoning it in to work, if you're going at all. So set your expectations low, alright? Kidding. We took that time to catch up on some code that's been bugging us for a while-- no pun intended. This update is our belated holiday gift to you. The improvements are subtle, but the app is better, trust us. Here's to an awesome 2018!

Want to gush, gripe or wish us a Happy New Year? We love hearing from you. Shoot us a line at app@citibikenyc.com.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5

312 Ratings

312 Ratings

A step-bk update-I care enough to vent out my criticism

Bikie Angel

Today after the update, the arrows pointing out directions of bike lanes are gone; and so is the "plan a ride"/suggest a route function. You know how many biking newbs rely on those(including me few months ago) to ride peacefully&not feel lost&anxious&embarassed?? I honestly wouldn't have found out abt the riverside route if not for checking the updated routes periodically myself.
I keep using this app...not because it counts calories...but because it's a map assistant until being able to ride "offline". Why phase out those??
I welcome the CS to contact me via email anytime to answer my concerns.

Nice new features, easy to use, but ...slow...


I upgraded from a version of the app that was a few months old so I don’t know what I missed in between. What I do see, though, is that it takes a very long time to zoom and scroll the app, and when you’re out there trying to get somewhere quickly and want to find a bike or dock and get going, this is very frustrating. It also seems that the Angels point designations on the map are sometimes way behind (it appears that I am often seeing the points from the last time I used the app, even if that was hours ago). This also makes it difficult to use.

Given that this is an app supporting a transit system, speed really should be a key priority.

Years later, still no account access


This app want you to log in but provides no information about your account. Want to see your trip history? App can’t do it. Go to the website. Want to see your last trip? App can’t do it. Go to the website. Want to see your Bike Angels points total? App can’t do it. Go to the website.

If you’re not going to build account management into the app they very least you could do is provide a WebView with access to the website.

This app is good as a station locator, but that’s basically all it does. And you can get that from the website just as easily. Why even have an app?


Motivate International, Inc.
109.8 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
© 2017 NYC Bike Share, LLC


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