PubliBike Vintage

How it works

Each station consists of a terminal and docking stations where you can identify yourself and remove or return your bike. The terminal shows you the nearest stations and sales points for purchasing day passes.

Rent & ride

  1. Place your user card on the card reader.
  2. Wait for the flashing green light and beeping sound to speed up. The lock will then be released. Remove the bike from the slot.
  3. Adjust the saddle and inspect the condition of the bike - and off you go!

Return & Pay

  1. Once you have arrived at your destination, place your bike in a free docking station. If there are no free docking stations, the bike must be returned to another station.
  2. Place your user card on the card reader. Make sure you pull it out of your wallet.
  3. When the beeping sound speeds up and the lock is released, insert the bike into the attachment system, making sure that it is parallel to the slot.

 

Please note:

A green light confirms that the bike has been returned. Red light: the bike is not attached properly and you are still considered to be responsible for the bike. 

Subscriptions

RegioBike

  • CHF 25.00 per year
  • 0-30 minutes: Free of charge
  • Additional hour started: CHF 2.00 per hour
  • Maximum daily price (max. 24h loan period): CHF 20.00
  • Night rate (23h-7h): CHF 0.50
  • Registration and ordering via our online shop

In addition to the subscription price, a card administration fee of CHF 10.00 is charged.

DayBike

  • CHF 10.00 for 24 hours
  • Valid only at the stations of the Yverdon-les-Bains network
  • The day ticket can only be purchased at the points of sale in Yverdon-les-Bains.
     

VAT included, prices subject to change

Sales points

Office du tourisme
Rue des Bains 4
Mon-Fri: 9am - 12pm and 1.30pm - 6pm
July and August: 9am - 6pm
Sat (April to October), Sun (April to September) and holidays: 9.30am - 3.30pm

 

Y-Parc SA
Second floor of the High Tech Drive building
Rue Galilée 9
Mon-Fri: 8am - 12pm and 1.30pm - 5pm
Closed: holidays and from 25 December to 3 January 

Velostation

What is it?

A velostation is a locked, supervised parking place for bikes, which is generally underground and close to a railway station and public transport. Access to a velostation can be automated or managed by a member of staff. Its aim is to protect bikes against theft, vandalism and bad weather and it sometimes also offers other services linked to bikes (repairs, rental, etc.) It is most often a paid service.

 

How does it work?

Thanks to a customer card issued upon purchasing an annual or monthly subscription, veloparking users can access the station 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Lausanne

Subscription velostation 

  • Annual CHF 120.00
  • Monthly CHF 12.00
  • In addition to the subscription price, a one-time registration fee of CHF 10.00 is charged.

 

Registration and ordering

Lockers

 

Address

Place de la Gare 3
Basement of the Waste Facility at Lausanne Station
1003 Lausanne

 

Opening hours

  • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

 

Capacity

  • The Lausanne velostation has 96 parking spaces.

Yverdon-les-Bains

Subscription velostation 

  • Annual CHF 130.00
  • Monthly CHF 20.00
  • In addition to the subscription price, a one-time registration fee of CHF 10.00 is charged.

 

Registration and ordering

 

Lockers

 

Address

Avenue de la Gare 6
Bâtiment de la Poste
1400 Yverdon-les-Bains

 

Opening hours

  • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

 

Capacity

  • The Yverdon-les-Bains velostation has 98 parking spaces.

Coppet

Subscription velostation 

  • Annual CHF 100.00
  • Monthly CHF 10.00
  • In addition to the subscription price, a one-time registration fee of CHF 10.00 is charged.

 

Registration and ordering

 

Address

Rue de la Gare 3
1296 Coppet

 

Opening hours

  • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

 

Capacity

  • The Coppet velostation has 49 parking spaces.

Customer Service


If you have any questions about the bike sharing system in Yverdon or about our bike stations, please send a message to contact@publibike.ch

 

We thank you in advance.

General terms and conditions

You can find the general terms and conditions here.