Birmingham

Birmingham's picturesque canals, waterside attractions, outstanding museums and galleries is an explosion of gastronomic restaurants make it the perfect place to take your bike.
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Regeneration, renewal and grand-scale construction continue apace in Britain’s second-largest city. Birmingham’s ‘Big City Plan’ has continued to impress with state-of-the-art library, gleaming shopping centre and a revitalised New Street station.

Work is underway on extensions to the Metro network, and on the development’s of new hotels, public spaces, and glitzy residential and commercial buildings, with final completion due in 2025. Along Birmingham’s picturesque canals, waterside attractions, outstanding museums and galleries is an explosion of gastronomic restaurants, cool cocktail bars and craft breweries. Thriving legacies of the city’s industrial heritage cover the landscape.

All docks accessed through app

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Dock across the U.K

It's easy to get started

Once you've downloaded the app just register your details, select your preffered dock which is usually the closest to home or work and join one of our memberships. Once you've paid and uploaded your ID as part of our secure sign up process you're free to hire from any of our docks in the U.K.

Register

Download the app and sign up to one of our memberships

Reserve

Reserve a bike up to 24h in advance

Ride

You’re free to explore for 24h or keep the bike up to 30 days

Return

Drop it off at one of our docks when you’re finished

Dock locations

Find our Bromtpon Hire docks across the city at New Street station, Snow Hill, Moor Street station, Brindley Place, Birmingham international and Aston University.

Docks:

      Membership pricing

      You have 2 options depending on how you want to use the hire service.

      Our occasional membership is for those one off weekends and spur of the moment days out. If you're wanting to use the bike more regularly as part of your lifestyle then our frequent membership may suit which has a reduced hire rate.

      Occasional

      £5 / £10

      Annual fee of £5, with a daily hire charge of £10. 

      The hire fee starts from when you remove the bike from the dock.

      Frequent

      £20 / £5

      Annual fee of £20, with a daily hire charge of £5.

      The hire fee starts from when you remove the bike from the dock.

      Connect with Birmingham
      Our 6 docks in Birmingham allows you to connect with the city you love. Riding a Brompton is about feeling connected to yourself and the environment around you, your only distraction being what you choose it to be. Whether it's a leisurely cycle by the canal or stopping off and doing a spot of shopping and dining the Brompton will allow you to hop on and off. Read our Birmingham city guide below for our pick on top cycle routes, places to eat drink and stay.

      Business Partners

      We partner with many local, national and international businesses from supporting them with Brompton memberships for staff to installing bike hire docks near their offices.

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