Juice Bike Share plans to expand to Lake Nona


  • Photo via Facebook

The Lake Nona 'hood will be the newest location featuring hubs for Juice Bike Share, Central Florida's bike rental program. 

Starting this January, three new pick-up and drop-off locations will be setup at Lake Nona Towne Center, Laureate Park Village, and GuideWell Innovation. 

The new initiative is sponsored by the Lake Nona Institute and their Life Project, which aims to conduct a long-term community health and wellness study. There are 44-miles of bike trails to cruise on in Lake Nona.

With 200 bikes and 30 plus hubs, Juice Bike Share provides another transportation option to Central Florida. Rent a bike in four steps - reserve online or through their app, release at one of their hubs, ride, and return. Charge per minute or choose between a 3-day, month, or annual pass.

  • Photo via Juice Bike Share Facebook
If you want to stay in the Orlando area, checkout our 25 fun Orlando hangouts you can cruise to on a Juice bike.

Visit Juice Bike Share on Facebook.

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