In 2018, Fayetteville, in partnership with Veoride, the University of Arkansas, and Experience Fayetteville, introduced the first stationless bike-share program in Northwest Arkansas. The program features a host of regular bikes, as well as electronic "pedal-assist" bikes, that are available all around the city for the public to use.
How to use a VeoBike:
Download the VeoRide app to your smart phone.
Use the app to find an available bike near you and reserve it for up to 10 minutes.
Scan the bike's QR code or enter its ID to unlock it, and you're ready to go!
When you've reached your destination, park in any bike rack or designated area (off the street and without blocking sidewalk foot traffic), push the slider on the lock, and you're done!
For regular bikes, the pay-as-you ride rate is $.50 per 15 minutes. The rate for Ebikes is $1, plus $.10 per minute.
VeoRide manages the redistribution of bikes from low-demand areas back to areas with higher demand for rides. These high-demand areas are key staging locations called “hubs,” where riders can reliably find bikes at any given time. The hubs are located at highpoints on campus and in downtown that also have abundant bike parking and demonstrated high rates of use.
Campus Area Hubs
Garland Ave. at The University Transit Center bike racks
Dickson St. and Duncan Ave. at Champions Hall and the Bell Engineering Building
Campus Walk at Old Main, Discovery Hall and Bell Engineering building racks
The Student Union at the bike racks in the north plaza
Maple Street at the School of Law building bike racks
Garland Avenue Parking Garage at the north plaza bike racks
Maple Hill and Reid Hall at the central bike racks
Off Campus Hubs
The Downtown Square
The Fayetteville Public Library
The bike-parking corral at the corner of Church Ave. and Center St.
North St. Trail Crossing at the Marion Orton Recycling Center
Campus Area Hubs
VeoRide Bike Share Service Area Map
Where Can VeoBikes Go?
VeoBikes can be ridden to destinations anywhere in the primary service area. Riders are strongly encouraged to park bikes at a bike rack and to avoid parking bikes in sidewalks, walkways, and trails.