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Seventy-six bikes now available for hire at 11 Scottish stations
ScotRail has announced that 76 bikes are now available for hire across Scotland, including at Haymarket Station.
It says the roll out of the scheme in Edinburgh – operated by Bike&Go – means that even more ScotRail customers can complete their onward journey in an environmentally friendly and cost-effective way – reaffirming the train operator’s commitment to encouraging sustainable, integrated travel.
Under the Bike&Go system, anyone can hire one of 15 bikes at the station for £3.80 per 24-hours after completing an initial registration form.
ScotRail’s programmes and transformation director, Ian McConnell, said: “We’re committed to making sustainable integrated travel options as easy as possible.
“Bike&Go is just one of the ways we are doing this – it’s a fantastic way for customers to complete their onward journey by bicycle.
“Cycling is a great way for people of all age groups to increase their level of physical activity and improve their health and well-being.
“The easy-to-use bikes are ideal for business travellers, visitors and day-trippers.”