The state’s first public bike share program is in its second year and recently doubled its fleet to 200 bikes. These red and blue beauties are available all over the city for a nominal fee.
Topeka Metro Bikes is part of the Topeka Metro public transportation authority. Using a smartphone app or the web, you can sign up for a plan (hourly or annual for most), find a bike and get ready to ride.
Visit Topeka is proud to offer complimentary TMB access to visitors. Stop by the Visitor Center for an access card and PIN and enjoy a two-hour ride on us.
Main TMB stations
- Brown v. Board National Historic Site - 1515 SE Monroe St.
- Gage Park - 635 SW Gage Blvd, near the gazebo by the Bark Park on the 10th Street side of the park.
- Lake Shawnee, heated dock by the marina on the west side, and on the east side at the Campground.
- Quincy Street Station - 9th & Quincy
- Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library - 1515 SW 10th Ave.
- Washburn University - 1700 SW College Ave. (Bennett Computer Center, Henderson Learning Resources Center, Memorial Union, School of Law and Washburn Village)
- Visit Topeka Visitor Center - 618 S. Kansas Ave.
- Members may also lock bikes at any approved bike rack in the system area. See the map for approved hubs. If it’s labeled - it’s fair game!
Get more info & your own account
- Visit Topeka Metro Bikes online, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
- Get a membership
- Download the fee app from the Apple Store or Google Play.
- Find the closest available bike
- Get the Topeka Metro bus schedule. Your bike can ride on the front of the bus.
- Learn more about Social Bicycles, the technology behind TMB.
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