An additional $1.00 fee will be charged every time an RTC Electric Bike is unlocked.
RTC Electric Bikes weigh about 50 pounds, which is only 3 pounds heavier than our RTC Bike Share classic bikes.
Just like other bicycles, you are permitted but not required to ride in designated bike lanes. Always yield to pedestrians. A bicycle is a vehicle. Follow and obey all traffic lights and signs.
Currently, the Nevada Department of Transportation requires a minimum age of 16 to operate an electric-assist bicycle. Therefore, riders must be at least 16 years old to check out an RTC Electric Bike. Minors need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian at least 18 years old during the ride.
In the unlikely event the battery on an RTC Electric Bike dies while you’re riding, you can either finish your trip or dock the bike at the closest station and undock another bike. Please call or text us at 844.641.7823 or email us at email@example.com to alert us that the battery has died and to… Read more »
The battery life of an electric bike depends on many factors including terrain, riding style, temperature, the weight of the rider and any cargo being transported. On average, a full charge will allow RTC Electric Bikes to travel about 30 miles before they need to be recharged. RTC Electric Bikes show you on their display… Read more »
RTC Electric Bikes provide pedal assistance up to a speed of 17 miles per hour. The motor in the electric bike only provides assistance when you pedal.
You can locate RTC Bike Share stations that have electric bikes by checking the Station Map Page on the RTC Bike Share website or in the BCycle app. Stations that have RTC Electric Bikes docked at them will show a green lightning bolt above the station icon. You can use your RTC membership card, phone… Read more »
RTC Electric Bikes feature a motor that provides assistance as you pedal. Electric bikes allow riders to travel further and faster with less physical effort!