Detroit’s Bike Share

Shift Transit launched the MoGo Detroit Bike Share program on May 23rd, 2017 with 43 stations and 430 bicycles. Shift Transit drives all aspects of the day to day operations of the system including bicycle maintenance, bicycle re-balancing, customer care, vehicle fleet management, asset management, technology implementation, brand ambassadors, and more! Detroit residents and visitors took to the system quickly as we supported 1219 rides on our first weekend day on Saturday, May 23rd!


Meet the Bike


One-piece handlebar to protect all components


Aluminum frame light and durable


Tough 26” wheels super-solid rims, puncture-resistant casing and tires with reflective sides


Patented locking device a proven anti-theft system


Chain protector to protect riders clothes

  • We'd like to thank our station sponsor Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan for helping us put wheels on the streets of Detroit! Check them out at
  • Ambassador Spotlight: Georgea Cole
Georgea Cole works with so many people in so many different communities that she actually represents two Detroit neighborhoods: New Center & Corktown. Georgea is temporarily unable to ride two-wheeled bicycle, so she has high hopes for MoGo’s Adaptive Bike Share pilot program which is due next Spring. Click the link to read more about Georgea!
  • Due to popular demand, we have another MoGo Street Skills: Confident City Cycling class on Sept. 23! Sign up today!"  #MoGoDetroit  #DetroitBikeShare
  • This Saturday, we're riding to @Dallyinthealleydetroit! We've got two stations nearby (Prentis & Second and Cass & Hancock) so getting in and out will be really easy! And you won't have to worry about parking! If you need a MoGo pass, check out #mogodetrot #detroitbikeshare #dally40
  • AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT: This week, we’re shining the spotlight on lifelong North End resident and MoGo Ambassador Jamii Tata. Jamii loves to stay healthy by riding bikes and encouraging others to do the same. In addition to educating his neighbors about MoGo, Jamii is also an artist, graphic designer, community organizer, gardener, and youth educator.
  • STATION ALERT: The Lafayette and Orleans station station is back at its original location and ready for action! Let's ride, Detroit!
  • Ambassador Spotlight
This week, we’d like to introduce you to another one of our Midtown MoGo Ambassadors, Jeffrey Nolish! Jeffrey learned how to ride a bike when he was young and has been hooked ever since. He hopes his advocacy and outreach work can help all Detroiters get where they want to go. Click to learn more about Jeffrey in this week’s Ambassador Spotlight!
  • STATION ALERT: We are aware of a connectivity issue with the Monroe and Woodward station (Campus Martius) and are working to correct it! For now, please use our closest stations at W Fort St & Griswold St, Larned St & Woodward Ave or  Griswold St in Capitol Park.
  • For qualified individuals that receive State benefits, MoGo offers an annual pass at an incredible price! For more info, click the link:
MoGo Ambassador Kelsey Hubbell has long been a cycling advocate in the city. In addition to MoGo, Kelsey also works with Slow Roll and Open Streets Detroit because she believes in the power of connecting communities through non-motorized transit. Click below to read more about Corktown Ambassador Kelsey Hubbell.
  • Join @livecycledelight for a special MoGo ride to @africanworldfestival_detroit today! Meeting at the Capitol Park station at 5:15pm!
  • We are excited to support the 35th Annual African World Festival Detroit this weekend! We have a station a block away from the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, on Farnsworth and John R, so feel free to MoGo to and from! We hope to see you there! #AWFDetroit

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