Hudson Bike Share is Hoboken's bike share system. Bike-sharing is meant for quick trips around Hoboken and the region. Customers can pick up a bicycle at one of the stations throughout the city, return the bike at one of the other stations, and move about their day.
Stations are conveniently located throughout Hoboken within a 3 to 5 minute walk of wherever you are. Visit the station map on our website to find the most up-to-date list of active stations. Maps are also available at each station.
No. You can also call customer service with a landline or use a station kiosk (where available) to register. You can then use your customer card, call customer service, or use the on-board computer to enter your phone and PIN to rent a bike. Call our Customer Service line with any problems at 201-208-2913.
Need to run to the grocery store, make a quick stop at a friend's house, or grab a cup of coffee during the middle of your ride? No problem!
A unique benefit of Hudson Bike Share's next-generation technology is that riders can make mid-trip stops outside of official stations by temporarily locking up the bikes. Just use the built-in cable lock to lock the bike to any nearby bike rack or lock the bike to itself and leave it standing with the kickstand and select the parking option using the keypad. When you're ready to continue your trip, enter the 4 digit unlock code to unlock the bike and continue the trip.
Please note that while your bike is parked, time continues to count against the 30 or 45 minute limit until the bike is returned to an official station.
Watch the video below for an explanation of how to temporarily park the bike:
Use the smartphone app called “nextbike”. Open the app and enter the bike number or scan the QR code. The app will provide a 4-digit unlock code. Enter the lock code into the on-board computer and unlock the cable lock.
Use the Customer Card. Tap your customer card on the on-board computer and the cable lock will unlock automatically.
Use the on-board computer located on the bicycle and login with your mobile number (beginning with 1 followed by your area code) and PIN. Your lock code will be provided via text message. Enter the lock code into on-board computer to unlock the cable lock.
Call Customer Service at 201-208-2913. Customer service will ask for the bike number you’d like to rent and will provide you with a lock code. Enter lock code into on-board computer to unlock the cable lock.
Once registered, you may rent up to 4 bicycles at one time. Each bike is the same rate, $2 per 30 minutes. If you are a weekly or annual member, you will be charged $2 per 30 minutes for each additional bicycle you rent.
Return the bike at any Hudson Bike Share station. Insert the bike into dock, lock it with the integrated cable lock, and confirm the return via the on-board computer, mobile app, or by calling customer service.
The 4-digit unlock code is only used in conjunction with the bike-mounted cable lock. You will receive a unique unlock code when you unlock the bike using the nextbike mobile app.
Your PIN is a 6-digit number that was emailed or sent as a text message when you registered. Keep your PIN safe and do not share it with anyone. If you use the bicycle keypad to rent a bike by first entering your phone number (remember to begin with 1, followed by your area code), you will use your PIN every time you rent a bike.
Call Customer Service at 201-208-2913. This is the best way to ensure that the bicycle is not rented on your account. Customer service will verify that the bike is still docked and will end your rental.
Yes! You can park temporarily by using the cable lock on any bike dock either by locking to a bike rack or by locking the bicycle to itself. Until your bike is returned to a Hudson Bike Share station, your rental time continues to accrue.
To unlock the bike again, enter your unlock code into the on-board computer.
Once registered, you may rent up to 4 bicycles at one time. Each additional rental will be charged at the pay as you go rate of $2 for the first 30 minutes and $3 for every additional 30 minutes after that.
No. Only rent a bicycle when you are physically at the station. Although the mobile app will allow you to rent a bicycle from an offsite location, your bicycle could be taken by someone else or the bike may not be at the confirmed location.
Yes. There is a $10 fee for bikes left outside of an official station within Hoboken and $25 fee for bikes left outside of Hoboken. The only exception is that there is no fee for locking up and returning a bike to a legal bicycle rack within the Regional No Fee Zones outside of Hoboken. No Fee Zone locations can be found in the map on the mobile app.
No. We strongly discourage riders from riding on the sidewalk, and in many cases it is illegal to ride on the sidewalk. If you need to use the sidewalk, please dismount and walk your bicycle. Please ride on the street, obey all traffic signs, and always yield to pedestrians.
If you are in an accident and someone is injured or there is any type of property damage to the bicycle or other vehicles, call the police. Once you have a police report, you will need the officer's name, the names of all persons involved, and a copy of the report. Please call Customer Service at 201-208-2913 to follow up.
The City of Hoboken is recognized as a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Cyclists, making Hoboken the only municipality in New Jersey with the distinction of being recognized as both bike-friendly and walk-friendly.
In Hoboken, bicycles are treated just as any another vehicle. Follow all traffic signals and signs and ride in the direction of traffic, not against it. Always yield to pedestrians and do not ride on sidewalks. We strongly encourage all of our riders to bring and wear a helmet.
In New Jersey, anyone under 17 years of age that rides a bicycle must wear a helmet. While Hudson Bike Share does not offer helmets, all riders are strongly encouraged to bring and wear their own helmets.
Hudson Bike Share
33 West 26th Street, 5th floor
New York, NY 10010