MoGo For All Gets Everyone Bike Riding


MoGo For All is our way of getting as many people as possible biking! The estimated bicycle market in the U.S is $6.2b. Although the number of riders between the age 6 and 17 has decreased, it has been stable for riders between 18 to 24-year-olds. The number of bike riders has increased to 47.5 million riders in 2017. We want to add to that number and get people who haven’t, can’t or don’t have access to bikes out there riding.


MoGo For All gives people access to different options that other bike share companies don’t offer. Our Adaptive MoGo gives cycling options for riders of all abilities. The Access Pass helps people who are on state benefit programs get a costly annual pass. We even offer a Pay With Cash option for those that don’t have bank accounts. If you don’t know how to ride or want to gain more confidence while riding, our Street Skills classes will get you there. All of these programs help get more people outside to ride!


Access Pass

The Access Pass is a $5 Annual Pass for registered members of the following state benefits programs: Food Assistance, Cash Assistance/Family Independence, Healthy Michigan Plan, Children’s Special Health Care Services, and Child Care Assistance.



Adaptive MoGo

Adaptive MoGo offers cycling options for riders of all abilities! With 13 different cycles including recumbent tricycles, upright cargo tricycles, hand tricycles, tandem bicycles, tandem tricycles, and more, Adaptive MoGo accommodates a wide range of rider needs.



Pay With Cash

MoGo partners with PayNearMe so that you can pay with cash for any member pass, including Annual, Monthly, Senior Annual, Founders, Adaptive Seasonal, and Access. You can buy your passes at 7-Eleven, CVS, or Family Dollar.



Street Skills

MoGo Street Skills is a series of FREE classes designed to help you feel safer and more confident on a bicycle. It doesn’t matter if you’re old or young, beginner or experienced, MoGo Street Skills classes offer something for everyone. So far we have three classes announced this summer: Biking 101, Confident City Cycling, and How to MoGo for Recreation.


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