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Cycling Eagles Bike Share

North Carolina Central University and Zagster launched a new bike-share program that provides students, faculty and staff with a convenient, affordable and healthy way to get around.

NCCU’s Department of Transportation opened two new bike share stations:

  • George Street Station (located at the A.E. Student Union)
  • Brant Street Plaza Station (located at Ruffin Hall and Eagle Landing)

Cycling Eagles offers cruiser bikes at two campus stations for members to use for on-demand, local trips. Riders must be age 18 or older.

Participating in the Cycling Eagles bike share is easy. Riders may locate available bikes through the Zagster mobile app - available for iPhone and Android - or online at zagster.com/nccu. One tap in the app automatically unlocks a ring lock on the rear wheel, allowing riders to get rolling in seconds. This hybrid model, which blends dock less locking for mid-trip stops with fixed station locations for beginning and ending rides, allows users to plan their trips around their destinations — and not around station locations.

The built-in lock on Zagster bikes give users the freedom to ride wherever they want, without the common bike-share limitation of parking only at designated stations. Returning a bike to a designated Zagster station and ending the ride in the app makes the bike available for the next person to enjoy.

Want to sign up? visit www.zagster.com/nccu and download the app!

Here's what it costs!

Annual Membership for students, faculty and staff: $10 through Sept. 30 (after, $15/year)

Monday - Friday Rates: First 2 hrs free/$2 per hr over 2 hrs up to $10. An additional $30 overtime charge for keeping a bike over 24 hours

Saturday and Sunday Rates: First 3 hrs free/$2 per hr over 2 hrs up to $10. An additional $30 overtime charge for keeping a bike over 24 hours

For more info, contact the Dept. of Transportation at (919) 530-6362.

 
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