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BIXI Season In Montreal Is Starting Early This Year

You'll be able to rent bikes as of April 9 — just in time for the weekend!
BIXI Season In Montreal Is Starting Early This Year

Get ready, Montreal cyclists, because BIXI season 2021 is coming sooner than expected. Friday, April 9 is officially the first day you can rent a bike this year — six days before BIXI's usual April 15 launch date. 

Starting at 8 a.m. on Friday, BIXIbikes in Montreal will progressively start to appear throughout the city's network — just in time for the weekend, when the weather in Montreal will hit a high of 22 degrees

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Six new stations in Pierrefonds-Roxboro and Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève will be announced soon as the area covered by BIXI Montréal more than doubles this year, going from 142 square kilometres to 317 square kilometres across the city as well as in Laval and Longueuil. 

BIXI is also adding 725 electric bikes to its fleet this year, bringing the total to 1,905 electric bikes and 7,270 regular bikes available to Montreal cyclists.

BIXI customers who want to enjoy the benefits of a seasonal membership can take advantage of a $10 early-bird discount until April 15 using the BIXI mobile app or website.

BIXI season begins 

Price: Prices vary — see below

Monthly membership: $19 as of April 15

Seasonal membership: $99 regular price, $89 until April 15

One-way pass: $0.50 plus $0.10 per minute with a regular bike or $0.25 per minute with an electric bike

One-way pass with OPUS card: $0.45 plus $0.09 per minute with a regular bike or $0.23 with an electric bike

When: Friday, April 9, 2021

Where: BIXI stations in and around Montreal


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