Bike share is back on the streets and hills of Brighton, starting with our e-bikes.
The first phase will cover the famous seafront between Portslade and Rottingdean, as well as connecting Hove and Brighton stations, via key spots such as Churchill Square.
The Beryl BTN Bikes will continue to grow throughout the summer with 780 bikes and e-bikes and over 100 bays as it expands to become truly city-wide in September.
Find your ride
Use the map below to find your nearest bay or e-bike.
How it works
Find out more about how to unlock and return your bike or e-scooter.
Get the Beryl app.
Have fun and be safe.
In a Beryl Bay or a considerate place.
Close the lock to end your ride.
App, tap and roll
Start riding with our free app for iOS and Android
Pay as you ride, or buy up front and save.
Pay as you rideBest for a single ride
- Pay for the time you ride
- Best for a single ride, or occasional journeys
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Two Day Pass
Seven day pass
Thirty day pass
Out of bay charge
A £3.50 convenience fee will be charged for bikes left outside of a Beryl Bay
Out of zone fee
Our operating zone covers a large area. A £10 convenience fee will be charged for bikes locked outside the Beryl zone.
If the bike is not brought back into the operating zone within 24 hours, an additional £80 fee will be charged to cover the cost of recovering the bike.
Unlocked bike fee
At the end of your ride, please make sure you lock your bike correctly whether in or out of a bay. When you lock the bike, it will chime to let you know. Please check in the app to make sure your bike has correctly registered as locked.
A flat fee of £10 will be charged to cover the cost of us sending our operations team out to lock the bike on your behalf.