Bike & Go has launched its second Liverpool city centre facility at Moorfields train station.
Bike & Go, which currently operates from a number of train stations across Merseyside, including Liverpool Central, is offering free rentals to anyone who hires a bike before Sunday (18 September).
The new base will be the company’s 18th in Merseyside and its 70th overall across England and Scotland.
David O’Leary, Bike & Go director, says: “We’re delighted to open a Bike & Go facility in such a thriving part of the city.
“We fully expect Bike & Go to be popular with business people who want an environmentally friendly and cheap way to travel around the city centre and beyond for work and meetings.
“The location is also great for day trippers who can pick up a bike and use it to explore all Liverpool has to offer, without worrying about fees mounting up or having to locate a docking station as all bikes come with their own lock.”
Moorfields station, home to Bike & Go’s latest facility, is currently being refurbished as part of a £40 million investment to overhaul all five underground stations on the network.