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 non-profit affiliate of the Downtown Detroit Partnership in 2015.
MoGo is made possible through a significant partnership with Henry Ford Health System and Health Alliance Plan (HAP), and a partnership with the City of Detroit Department of Transportation, which helped secure federal non-motorized transit funding for MoGo. MoGo selected PBSC Urban Solutions, the system's equipment provider, and Shift Transit, who operates the system.
MoGo operates in 10 neighborhoods in the greater downtown area of Detroit, as well as Northwest Detroit, Ferndale, Oak Park, Huntington Woods, Berkley, and Royal Oak.
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.