Looking for a way to explore the city of Niagara Falls, NY? Try out the new social bicycle service: Reddy Bikeshare in Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
With so many locations in the Buffalo-Niagara area, you can start bicycling virtually anywhere in the the two cities. One of the bike share locations is conveniently located at the Niagara Falls, NY Amtrak Station. Although you can reserve a bike through Reddy Bikeshare, the need for a service like this only highlights bicycling in the Niagara area with a bicycle rented or owned.
With Reddy Bikeshare, there are 145 bicycles available to rent. While you’re traveling through Niagara or Buffalo, be sure to keep an eye out for the various stops throughout the areas, in which there are 30.
When renting with Reddy Bikeshare, you can explore amazing outdoor attractions. Maybe you’re interested in touring America’s oldest state park, but looking for a more exciting way to do it. Perhaps, you’d like to explore the lower Niagara River up to Old Fort Niagara. No matter where you ride your Reddy Bikeshare bicycle, you’ll find something great at every turn.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, you might be feeling limited in finding fun things to do. But, what better way to enjoy the outdoors and Niagara safely than taking your own bike tour?
Additionally, with the Carry-on Bicycle Service being newly implemented on Amtrak’s Empire Service and Maple Leaf trains, there is no better time than the present to start bringing you bicycle on the train.
After downloading the SoBi app:
- 2-Day Pass: $3 to start | $0.10/minimum to ride
- Group Pass: $9/for up to four riders to start | $0.10/minimum to ride (per bike)
- Annual Pass: $55/year | $0.01/minimum to ride
Returning your bike:
- Drop off at nearest Reddy rack
- Drop off at any public bike rack within city limits for a $2 charge
“Great service! Love that I can ride in Buffalo AND Niagara Falls.”
—Will S., Google