Capitol City Cycleshare

On a Zagster bike, along the riverfront in Bend. Oh the places you can go! (and so can your dog!!)

Why a Bikeshare?

On one of our travels to Minneapolis, Minnesota several years ago, bike-share programs were discovered. Our experience in MN led to travel goals of riding bike-shares around the world.

The major cities of Paris, London, Amsterdam, New York, Chicago, and Miami are some of the bike-sharing opportunities we have enjoyed.

From that first experience in MN, the founding members of Osborne Adventures made a wish that such a program would come to the city of Salem. That wish is becoming a reality. Salem’s bike-share program will be launching this summer! Planning is underway with the city and bike program, and we are anticipating an August launch! Thanks for the visit and stay tuned for updates!

If you would like to learn more about the Bikeshare, feel free to contact us at:


If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation for the Capitol City Cycleshare, make checks payable to Osborne Adventures and mail to the address below:

Osborne Adventures
4742 Liberty Rd. S. #212
Salem, OR 97302

or donate via the PayPal button below:

    Contributions are tax-deductible under IRC Section 501(c)(3)

Our Sponsors:


Salem Summit Co. 

Salem Leadership Foundation


In House Graphics 

Bliss Sequoia Insurance

Huggins Insurance

Cherriots: Salem Area Mass Transit District





  • Brand inclusion and Sponsor’s name on kiosk Station placement priority
  • Brand inclusion on 5 bikes
  • Brand inclusion on all marketing collateral, system maps and website
  • 10, 1-year membership passes 10% off family/business code


  • Brand inclusion on marketing materials and website
  • Brand inclusion on 2 bikes
  • 2, 1-year membership passes
  • 10% off business code


  • Brand inclusion on marketing materials and website
  • Brand inclusion on 1 bike
  • 1, 1-year membership pass


  • Brand inclusion on website
  • Sponsor name on stand
  • 1, 1-year membership pass

Pedal Corvallis

Photo Gallery

Evan and Salem’s mayor, Chuck Bennett. The Bikeshare has his full support!


Bend, Oregon. Out enjoying the beauty.


James’ official job is bike-basket tester. Another pass with flying colors.


Lovely, Bend, Oregon. Their bike share which is currently only open to Oregon State Students and staff, hopes to open to the public in the near future. Stay tuned!


Portland, Oregon’s Biketown. James tested and approved.