As a nationwide service from Deutsche Bahn, Call a Bike is one of the largest and most successful bikesharing systems in Germany. You can enjoy flexible and comfortable two-wheeled mobility whenever you need it thanks to our fleet of over 13,000 bikes. They are available for hire in 80 towns and cities across Germany. Whether you're going to work, making plans for your leisure time or heading to a party, Call a Bike is always there for you.
Whether for the daily commute, a city trip or spontaneous excursions on the weekend - with us you will find the right rate!
Find Call a Bike near you.
In Berlin, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt a.M., Darmstadt and Offenbach you will find our Call a Bikes throughout the city. Our ICE stations are back from the winter break. In your app, you can see where we are currently available.
Do you have any more questions?
Download our Call a Bike app to your smartphone and follow our registration guide. The entire process only takes a moment. Authentication requires just a few items of information such as your phone number.
Call a Bike makes things easy: you can pay by credit card or SEPA direct debit.
Just use the Call a Bike app to report any damage to your bike. Go to the menu at the bottom of the screen and tap "Damage". Enter the number of the damaged or defective bike – it only takes a second. Send us your location so that we can dispatch our service team quickly. Thanks for the help!
Close the lock on the rear wheel of the bicycle by pushing the red bolt down. Our system then ends your journey automatically. We charge a flex fee of EUR 1 if you leave your bike somewhere other than a return area.
Finding your nearest return area is easier if you let the Call a Bike app track your location. The app's map will then be able to show you the nearest return area so you can pick up a bike or return one without having to pay a flex fee.
Unfortunately, due to vandalism, our bikes are lost from time to time. If you discover a bike from us outside the core area or in no-parking zones, in ditches, bushes or in other unusual places, please send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
So we can collect them and hopefully repair them again.
Thank you very much for your help!