We keep micro mobility networks rolling

Big or small, your fleet deserves to perform.

When cars are the only option, cities become congested, polluted, and dangerous. However...

Bicycle ownership can be expensive. Bike maintenance requires technical expertise and tools. Connecting to public transit is difficult.

We help change that.

Everyone deserves access to
alternative transportation.

Bike Share systems
ensure transportation is
available where people
need it.
Bike Sharing increases
access to local
business and
Bike Sharing saves
people money
on fuel,
parking and
Bike Share systems
help solve
the last mile

We Keep Cities Moving

Trips taken in 2019
Miles ridden in 2019

What Else We're Doing

If it has to do with bikes, we can help.

In order to create safer, healthier, and more livable cities, alternative transportation needs to be an option for everyone.

Owning, storing, and maintaining a bicycle in an urban environment isn’t a practical transportation solution for many people. Pedal Movement helps make bicycling an option for everyone through strategic operation of bicycle share networks.

We believe that when more people use bicycles for transportation, streets are safer and communities prosper. That’s where we come in—we are alternative transportation experts who remove barriers-to-entry for bicycling and help transform the way cities move.

We understand what bicyclists need because, first and foremost, we are bicyclists. That’s how we’ve helped the City of Long Beach become one of the top 10 most bicycle friendly cities in the US. We simplify the process of making cities more accessible by identifying your unique transportation challenges and tailoring a strategic solution specific to your city.

We have extensive experience managing bike share systems, maintaining private bicycle fleets, staffing and operating bike maintenance facilities, and running bicycle education programs for schools, cities, and companies.

Essentially, if it has to do with bikes, we can help.

Pedal Movement is in the business of making cities more accessible so communities can be healthier, safer, and more livable for everyone—one revolution at a time.