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About Mogo

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 an nonprofit affiliate of the Downtown Detroit Partnership in 2015, where it resides today.

 

MoGo is made possible through a partnership with the City of Detroit Department of Transportation, who has helped secure federal non-motorized transit funding for MoGo and select the system’s equipment provider and operator, PBSC Urban Solutions and Shift Transit.

 

MoGo is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, with the exception of severe weather.

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MEET THE BIKE

MoGo bikes are built to withstand riding in an urban environment and are designed for comfort for a wide range of riders.

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One-piece handlebar to protect all components

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Aluminum frame light and durable

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Tough 26” wheels super-solid rims, puncture-resistant casing and tires with reflective sides

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Patented locking device a proven anti-theft system

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Dynamo lighting system 10,000-hour lifespan. When the bike stops, the lights stay on for 90 seconds

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Roller brakes efficient, low maintenance and safe braking

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Secondary Lock option to park the bike anywhere

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Front and back reflectors

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Bell audible from 150 feet

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Chain protector to protect riders clothes

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Sturdy Luggage carrier (basket option)

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Comfortable seat, theft proof, adjustment marks

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Shimano Nexus 3-gear setup (7 speed also available)

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Smart Halo or GPS Directional interfaces

Solid
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