The most efficient way to get around Oslo is on a bike. City bikes are primarily used for short rides and as a supplement to public transport. About 100,000 people in Oslo use city bikes, and in 2018 over 2.7 million bike trips were made.
The city bike scheme in Oslo is a collaboration between the city of Oslo and Clear Channel Norway AS. The municipality makes public advertising space available and gets a city bike space in return. The scheme is financed by subscriptions, advertisements on the stations, and sponsorship.
UIP Oslo Bysykkel AS develops, owns and operates the bike sharing scheme in Oslo.
Bikes can be unlocked from 5 in the morning until 1am.
For the right number of bikes to be in the right place at the right time every day, we have a crew and cars that are out working from morning to night. If a station is about to be filled up with bikes or gets emptied, the crew gets notified.
Bikes in a sharing system are frequently used, and therefore require regular lubrication, washing, and love.
We’re available to offer information and answer questions by e-mail, telephone, and Facebook. We also talk with users directly in the app, or here on the website.
We’re here to make sure that more and more people are using the city bikes. To make this happen, we’re working to make the bikes better, keep the apps and website updated, and develop new ideas.
Get in touch with our customer experience team either through the homepage, app, Facebook-chat or e-mail. Our phone hours is open weekdays from 07:00-19:00 and weekends 09:00-21:00.
Phone number: (+47) 915 89 700