With 24 stations installed all around downtown Dayton, Link will have 225 bicycles available for rent. Thirteen stations will be placed in the Central Business District, east of the Great Miami River with a southbound border of Fifth Street. Five stations will be located around the University of Dayton Campus. UD was one of the founding sponsors of the program. The Dayton Art Institute and the UD Research Institute will also have docking stations. For a map that helps you find the nearest bike station click here.
With your Link Bike, you don’t have to look for a parking space or bring your own bike with you everywhere you go. Plus, riding a Link Bike is good for your health and for the environment. It’s the newest and best way to get around town.
Link bikes fit people of all sizes, thanks to an easy-to-use adjustable seat post. A great front and rear basket provides a space to stow your belongings while riding. Fenders, skirt guards and chain-guards help to keep your clothes clean during your ride. Automatic lights help keep you safe at all times of day. There are three speeds on the Link bike, perfect for your short commute. You’ll love it!
Link is designed to encourage you to use a bike for all your short trips. Once you’ve paid your membership fee, you can take an unlimited number of rides for 30 minutes or less, free! Annual membership will cost $65, and semester passes will run $45. It will cost $30 for a monthly pass and $5 for a day pass. Happy Riding!