See where the bikes and docking points are available at station in your city when the system is powered by PBSC Urban Solutions.
You can use CycleFinder to:
• Find nearby stations manually or using your device’s GPS
• Find available bike or free docking point
• List view of available bikes and docks
• Capability to favorite stations
• Find a route to your destination and have the distance & elevation
• Track your rides with GPS
• Get key stats like Time, distance, average speed, elevation, calories, saved CO2
• Collect those data in a personal history log
• Set goals to reach for specific achievement within your own given period
• Set a timer or countdown to better manage the length of your trip
• Create an account and purchase subscriptions directly from the application (Available only in Tucson for now)
CycleFinder is the official app for PBSC Urban Solutions bike share systems in:
- Divvy in Chicago, Illinois
- Bay Area Bike Share in San Francisco & the Bay Area, California
- WE-cycle in Aspen, Colorado
- Bike Chattanooga in Chattanooga, Tennessee
- CoGo Bike Share in Columbus, Ohio
- MIBICI in Guadalajara, Mexico
- HUIZI in Toluca, Mexico
Visit www.pbsc.com to access the full solution PBSC offers to your city.
Note: Recording activities with iPod Touch and iPad version 1 will produce inaccurate location results. The App have not been optimized for the use with a tablet.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Updates to reduce station pin load times on maps.
Update to provide users with a new in application tutorial.
Various bug fixes including better support for international date time formats.
Ratings and Reviews
Unfortunate this no longer works in DC.
Alas. Otherwise it was good. Three stars as a result?
If I try to login, the app thinks I am in Tucson, why?
Terrible update that manages to strip out anything useful while adding features nobody will use. The previous version stored my frequently visited stations in a convenient list format, arraying bike and dock availability in an easily accessible fashion. The new version eliminates lists and favorites, instead using location services for everything, so checking on stations that are not currently nearby requires zooming and dragging, similar to the experience on the Divvy website. A third of the app's new functionality is now devoted to fitness tracking, which suggests the developers somehow missed the point of bike share completely. The search function is worthless, a search on "Morgan" to find the dock at Morgan and Lake in Chicago offers up locations in West Virginia and Louisiana. Did anyone actually test this before deploying it?
Update: I deleted this app as soon as I found the free Chicago Bike app, which does lists and favorites, though it does not allow for a sorting of the latter. Divvy would be well served to disassociate themselves from this POS and find a new app to sponsor. If you haven't updated, DO NOT DO SO.
- Public Bike System Company
- 32.8 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.
- © 2012-2018 PBSC Urban Solutions Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.