About - Bike Share ICT
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Bike Share ICT, a program of Health ICT, provides the Wichita community with convenient, affordable access to bicycles as an easy, fun, healthy and eco-friendly means of transportation and recreation.

Wichita is beautiful, and it’s even better by bike. Old Town, Delano, Century II, INTRUST Bank Arena, and all the iconic Wichita locales in between where we eat, play, work, and explore. Our favorite Wichita destinations are more than point A and point B, they are experiences. And now, HealthICT through a collaborative funding partnership between the City of Wichita, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas, and the Knight Foundation Fund at the Wichita Community Foundation, brings you Bike Share ICT powered by Zagster, so you can take in the sights while you enjoy the ride.


What are the Benefits of Bike Share ICT?
• Provides a means for affordable, eco-friendly transportation
• Connects Wichita neighborhoods and builds community
• Improves physical, mental, and community health

Why Bike Share ICT?
Bike Share programs are a national and international trend. Riding a bike is fun, easy, affordable, and a great way to tour Wichita. The health and environment benefits are a bonus!

Zagster bike, pricing, locations & FA!Q’s.
Visit https://bike.zagster.com/bikeshareict for Wichita Zagster biking information, locations, costs, and technical support. (Must be 18 years of age to ride)

Where can I ride a Zagster bike?
Zagster bike stations appear along the Q-Line trolly route, from Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, to INTRUST Bank Arena, Old Town, Century II, Exploration Place, to the historic Delano District. There are 19 stations with 100 cruiser bikes available. Click here for a map of Zagster stations.

Our Partners: 
BikeShareICT, a program of Health ICT, is brought to you by a collaborative funding partnership between Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas and the Knight Foundation Fund through the Wichita Community Foundation.

BCBSKS, the state’s largest health insurer, has provided funding for bikes and marketing support for the first year of the Bike Share ICT program with the intention of helping the program grow.