Town Center Bike Share

Zagster Announces Bike Share Closures in
Cumberland and Town Center

On Wednesday, May 27, the Cumberland Community Improvement District (CID) and the Town Center CID received notice Zagster will no longer be providing services to their markets. Based in Boston, Zagster managed and operated both of the CIDs’ bike-share programs.

Read the full release here.

With the Town Center Bike Share Program, Zagster cruiser bikes are available for rent 24 hours a day, all year long. We were the first CID in Georgia to put a bike share on the ground as part of our efforts to lead micro-mobility and multi-modal transportation options.

But it is more than a way to get from place to place; our Zagster bikes offer a fun way to explore the destinations and natural scenery throughout our district. On more than eight miles of trails, you can ride alongside both the Noonday Creek Trail and drivers on our popular corridors. Best of all—the first hour of your ride is always free!

Riders can unlock and dock bikes at six convenient stations along the Noonday Creek Trail:

Bike sharing is easy and affordable:

  • The first hour of riding is always free
  • Each additional hour is $3
  • Maximum cost of $24 per ride

To find and rent a bike, download the Zagster app:

App Store

Google Play

Tips for Safe Riding

Show Respect

Show respect and be aware of fellow cyclists, walkers, joggers, and everyone else that uses bike paths.

Not a Time Trial

Keep your speed under control. Watch for cyclists and pedestrians approaching from smaller cross paths.

Ride Like a Car

Ride on the right side. Pass on the left. Obey all traffic signals. 

Verbal Warning

Ring your Zagster bike bell and yell, “On your left!” when approaching other cyclists or pedestrians from behind. Slow down to ease past.

Intersections and Pedestrians

Be especially careful when crossing a roadway, intersection, or pathway. Bikes do not have the right-of-way to vehicles on the road you are crossing.

Don’t Stop in the Middle

Stopping in the middle of the path is dangerous. Pull over to the side when taking a break.

Be Prepared to Stop

People, kids and dogs are unpredictable. Slow down and always be prepared to brake.

Wheels Yield to Heels

Always yield to pedestrians no matter what the circumstances.

Safety First

It is suggested that you wear a helmet at all times while riding your bike.

Know your Hand Signals

Stay in your lane and before you swing out to pass on the left or hit your brakes to stop, use a hand signal and look behind you for oncoming bikes.

Left Turn

Right Turn



Right Turn (Alternate)