Bike Sharing

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bike sharing


There are almost 1,100km of cycle paths in the Hauts de France. The bicycle represents an ideal "barrier mode of transport", limiting contact with the virus and reducing public transport. For these reasons, the Hauts de France region and many players in the region are mobilizing every day to make this practice safer, more accessible and more economical , here are the main bicycle sharing services in the region :  


Long-term bike rental        

Amiens Metropolis

Service Buscyclette - Network Ametis Keolis 

Long-term bike rental


Beauvelo - Associative service

Long-term bike rental


Opale bike service - Associative service

Bike rental, sale and repair

CC Flanders Lys

The Velysoo de Flandre Lys service

Electric bike rental


Cycleco - Associative service

Bike rental, sale and repair


Grand Douaisis

Eveole Network

Electric bike rental


Urban Community of Arras

Artis Network

Electric bike rental


Mixed Syndicate of Transports Artois-Gohelle

Lens : Biclo store - Tadao network 

Bike rental : classic, electrically assisted, folding, children.


Agglomeration of the region of Compiègne


Bike rental : classic, with electric assistance and accessories.


Urban community of Dunkirk

DK bike

Long-term loan of 350 bikes for 6 months, primarily to middle school students, high school students and people with low resources.élo/



Self-service bike rental        

European metropolis of Lille

Ilevia network , Network of 223 self-service bike stations, 1980 bikes


City of Amiens


Network of 26 self-service bike stations , 313 bikes


Urban community of Dunkirk

DK bike, service currently suspended

Network of 46 self-service bike stationsélo/



Vél'in - Network of 39 self-service bike stations


Ardres and Guines

Community of Communes Pays d'Opale

Two self-service electric bicycle stations

Partners offering this transport mode