Bike share program up and running in Lindsay

Business Upfront

By Lindsay Advocate

LDCC President Dawn McColl tries out one of the new bikes from the Chamber's bike share program.

The Lindsay + District Chamber of Commerce has announced the launch of Lindsay’s new Bike Share Program. Two locations are now up and running with 10 bikes at Fleming College close to the trail head, and five in downtown Lindsay behind the old town hall and the fire station.

Bikes are available for rent by use of the Movatic app, available on both Android and Apple platforms. Signage is installed at both stations with detailed instructions on how to rent and return the bicycles.

Executive Director Allyssa Adams credits funding provided by RTO8 for bringing the program to Lindsay through the Tourism Initiative Grant. The system is the same program that’s already successfully running in both Fenelon Falls and Bobcaygeon, with plans to install five more units in spring of 2024 along the Trent-Severn Waterway.

For more information on the program, contact Adams at

1 Comment

  1. Wallace says:

    Nice idea— unfortunately its only a matter of time before the bikes are destroyed by the usual pillars of our society.

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