The right bike for every purpose: at over 230 stations in more than 35 cities and towns in the Stuttgart region, around 1,000 bikes, 700 pedelecs and 35 cargo pedelecs are available for you.
Conveniently transport small children, large purchases or heavy luggage with one of 35 cargo pedelecs in Stuttgart, Aalen, Bietigheim-Bissingen, Böblingen, Ditzingen, Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Ludwigsburg and Nürtingen.
Since 12 July 2022, our new app brings a breath of fresh air into your everyday life! A better overview, easier navigation, a new design, dark mode, QR code scanner and much more await you in the new app!
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Bikes & stations
Overview of all municipalities taking part in RegioRadStuttgart.
No problem, Call a Bikes can be found in 80 cities and municipalities throughout Germany. In Hamburg and Lüneburg we are called StadtRAD. You can also use all Call a Bikes with the RegioRadStuttgart app.
Since July 12, 2022, updated tariffs are applied to RegioRadStuttgart.
Do you have any more questions?
The polygoCard multi-mobility card is the key to public transportation, car and bike sharing, and other services in the Stuttgart region. You can order it free of charge at bestellen.mypolygo.de. Further information: mypolygo.de .
With the polygoCard, you ride your bike for free for the first 30 minutes of every trip. With the pedelec you ride the first 15 minutes per rental for free. Register for the polygoCard tariff, by entering your polygoCard ID.
By the way, you can use the polygoCard as a rental medium for RegioRadStuttgart: call us at 0711-490780 or write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and have it deposited as a rental medium.
This is how renting with a deposited polygoCard works Tap the display on the handlebar and hold your polygoCard against it. Now you can open the lock by pressing the red lock button. Then just pull out the station latch on the right side of the lock - done! After a break, unlock the bike by simply holding the polygoCard on the handlebar display.
Download our RegioRadStuttgart app on your smartphone, choose a tariff and follow the steps in the registration. Or register here on our website. We only need a few pieces of information, including your cell phone number for authentication.
At RegioRadStuttgart you can easily pay by credit card or sepa direct debit.
You can easily report damage via the RegioRadStuttgart app. In the menu at the bottom of the screen you will find the item "Damage". Simply enter the bike number of the defective bike and send us your location, so we can quickly repair the damage. You can also report damage by email to email@example.com. Thank you for your support!
You can return bikes and pedelecs at any RegioRadStuttgart station near your destination. Cargo pedelecs need to be returned to their home station.
Lock the lock by tapping the handlebar display, pressing the red lock button on the left of the rear wheel and pushing the lock lever (on the right side) all the way down. If necessary, insert the station cable into the lock. If there is no free parking space with station rope or if you are at a virtual station, lock the bike as described above and let the question for the ride pause pass in the display. After a few seconds, the return will be confirmed in the handlebar display.
Please check that the bike is properly locked. To do this, look at the handlebar display after locking the bike. If the display shows "Rückgabe erfolgreich" ("Return successful"), everything is locked correctly. If this is not the case, please contact customer service by phone immediately.
To find the next station near you, we recommend that you allow the RegioRadStuttgart app to locate your position. You will then see the nearest station on the map in the app, where you can rent or return a bike. Alternatively, you can search for stations in a municipality via the app or website.
Unfortunately, bikes are lost from time to time due to vandalism or incorrect parking. If you discover one of our bikes for a longer period of time outside of stations or in no-parking zones, ditches, bushes or other unusual places, feel free to send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
That way we can collect the bikes and hopefully fix them.
Thank you very much for your help!