Rider Guide – Bike & Ride – Omaha Metro

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Rider Guide - Bike & Ride - Omaha Metro bike rides

Bike & Bike Racks available for on a first-served basis. Metro buses operating bike Remember, your rides for as our carry your Do’s and Racks accommodate size of inches or

Only non-motorized, bikes are The racks not accommodate recumbent, mopeds, bikes, trailers any kindNOTE: If trailer can folded to size of child’s stroller, can be on board. and Unloading your safety, and unload bike from front or side of bus.

Load unload your as quickly possible; If wants to their bike them go before you yours. If bus’s bike is full, must wait the next with an rack slot load your Sorry…. bikes not permitted the Metro NOTE: Metro install bike at transit but will provide bike at bus You must able to and unload bike without

Bikes must be locked the bus’s rack. Found Any for a left on or on Metro premises shelters, transit administrative building, lots, etc.) be made Metro at administrative offices, Cuming Street, Nebraska, 68102-, or (voice) or (TDD). Property be held Metro for days and rightfully claimed” the thirty days after found, all property found buses or other Metro will be to be by the and will the property Metro, to disposed of Metro determines be appropriate. Metro will take a out-of-service for cyclist to their bike send a employee to bus to the bike a bus a cyclist. Metro has option to a bike in a for a period of during any of transit operation.

Metro Responsibility is not for damages or caused bikes while the transit at the stop, during and unloading the bike. Metro is responsible for cyclist while or unloading bike to rack, and, if the fails to the bike the rack Nor is responsible for that are left on damaged due improper handling claimed by other than rightful owner. drivers cannot the driver’s to assist the use the bike

By carefully and following simple instructions, will find racks easy use. Bike Instructions As bus approaches, your hand the driver stop. Before step in of the make sure bus is stopped and driver sees Alert the you need lower the Before the arrives you remove all items, e.g. bottles, panniers, air pumps, before loading bike on rack.

To lower rack, pull on the and pull You only to use hand. Do lean the against the If the is empty, load your in the closest to bus with front wheel the curb.

Rider Guide - Bike & Ride - Omaha Metro bike rides

is called inside slot. your bike loaded, lift support arm raise it over the tire so hook rests the highest of the as close the forks fender as Make sure support arm resting on tire and the frame fender.NOTE: Loading with front pegs: first up support load the in rack position support not lock bike to rack. If is a loaded in inside slot the rack, your bike the rear facing the The outside is occupied; the bike the curb rather than to lift bike over other bike to the slot. Board bus and your fare.

Your bike for freeAs the approaches your ring the exit the at the and let bus driver you will unloading your Always unload bike in of the from the Lift the arm and down.

Lift your out of rack. If has two and yours loaded in inside slot, and lower support arm slide the toward the to remove of lifting over the in the slot. Return the curb signal the that you your bike safely away the bus. the rack empty, please on the and raise rack up the bus.

to the and signal driver that and your are safely from the

Rider Guide - Bike & Ride - Omaha Metro bike rides
Rider Guide - Bike & Ride - Omaha Metro bike rides
Rider Guide - Bike & Ride - Omaha Metro bike rides
Rider Guide - Bike & Ride - Omaha Metro bike rides
Rider Guide - Bike & Ride - Omaha Metro bike rides
Rider Guide - Bike & Ride - Omaha Metro bike rides
Rider Guide - Bike & Ride - Omaha Metro bike rides
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