The seeds for MoGo were planted in Wayne State University’s Office of Economic Development in 2012. Several local foundations and corporations helped fund a feasibility study in 2013, which has served as the road map for implementing bike share in Detroit. MoGo became a nonprofit affiliate of the Downtown Detroit Partnership in 2015, where it resides today.
MoGo is made possible through title sponsors Henry Ford Health System and Health Alliance Plan (HAP), and a partnership with the City of Detroit Department of Transportation, who has helped secure federal non-motorized transit funding for MoGo. MoGo partners with PBSC Urban Solutions, the system's equipment provider, and Shift Transit, who operates the system.
MoGo is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
MoGo bikes are built to withstand riding in an urban environment and are designed for comfort for a wide range of riders.
for efficient, low maintenance and safe braking
to protect riders’ clothes
light and durable
Shimano Nexus 3-speed
the size of your average briefcase or purse
powered by a dynamo with a 10,000-hour lifespan
theft-proof, with a marked scale for height adjustment
located on the front of the bike that locks at every station
Enjoy a smooth fun and easier ride across longer distances,
up hills and against headwinds.
maximum speed to propel yourself through your ride.
of battery autonomy to get you around the city.