Maida Vale - Warwick Avenue, London, UK
N 51° 31.400 W 000° 11.034
30U E 695355 N 5711783
Quick Description: This Barclay's, or Boris, bike docking station is at the north western end of Warwick Avenue close to Warwick Avenue tube station.
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 6/7/2012 6:45:40 AM
Waymark Code: WMEK3G
The whole process is quite simple
although, after reading the charging, you might not think so. Golden rule is to
never use a bike for more than half an hour.
Access fee allows you to use the scheme for
24 hours £1
7 days £5 equivalent to only 71p/day
Annual £45 equivalent to only 12p/day (Members only)
If you want to use more than one cycle (up to four) you will need to pay an
access fee for each cycle.
Members can pay by credit or debit card online
Casual users can pay at a docking station or online
No cash or Oyster cards
Take a cycle as often as you like per access period, leaving five minutes
between each trip.
You must be 18 or over to buy access
If you're a Member and want to buy Casual User access, you'll need to use a
different payment card, to the one registered to your account.
An access period begins.
Members: When you put your key in the docking point or terminal
Casual User: When you identify yourself by putting your card in the terminal
Usage Charge: (time between picking up and returning a cycle)
Up to 30 minutes FREE
Up to an hour £1
Up to one and a half hours £4
Up to two hours £6
Up to two and a half hours £10
Up to three hour £15
Up to six hours £35
Up to 24 hours (maximum) £50
To hire for more than a couple of hours it might be cheaper for you to use a
company that specialises in hiring for longer periods.
Age minimum: 14 - any younger and you're not covered by insurance
When usage is charged.
Usage charges will be debited from your account at the end of your access
period, monthly if you've got annual access, or when you reach the maximum usage
charge of £50.
Membership key: £3 each to release the cycles easily and quickly. You will need
to pay the £3 Membership key fee for each key you request (up to four keys)
Late return charge: £150 if you have the cycle for more than 24 hours or
the access period runs out
Damage charge: Up to £300
Non return charge: £300"
Charging source can be found
See detailed description for full details of the cost.
Hours of Operation:
Other rentals available:
Type of Bicycle rental: Bike sharing system
Type of Bicycle sharing system (BSS): Deposit
Rentals or BSS website: [Web Link]
Can tourists use the bicycles of BSS?: yes
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