How does it work?
- Find your closest Parkiteer cage (there’s over 100 in Victoria!)
- Register online with a $50 fully refundable deposit
If you are no longer using Parkiteer you can have your $50 deposit refunded by sending a completed Parkiteer bond refund request form and your card to Bicycle Network, PO Box 24013, Melbourne, VIC, 3001.
If you lose your Parkiteer access card please call us on 1300 546 526 as soon as possible. This card will then be unauthorised and a replacement card sent to you. Replacement cards are $10 and can be paid for over the phone or here on our online shop.
Winter motivator competition
Need some motivation to hop on the bike in winter? Parkiteer users can register for our ‘winter motivator competition’ and go in the draw to win one of sixty 20km family passes to United Energy Around the Bay 2019*. Register your details below and start riding this winter!
Step 1 – Register
Register your details below and start riding to your local Parkiteer cage – rides are counted from Monday 3 June – Saturday 30 August.
Step 2 – Ride
- 5 x Parkiteer cage uses = 1 x entry
- 10 x Parkiteer cage uses = 2 x entries
Step 3 – Repeat
Stay tuned and keep pedalling! We’ll tally up the rides and draw out 60 lucky winners on Monday 2 September.Register now
Here are the answers to your most common questions.
If your question isn’t in the list, please contact us via our website, on 1800 639 634 or via Facebook.
Yes – it is free to use a Parkiteer cage. When registering, a $50 deposit must be paid for an access card, which is refunded if you choose to stop using the Parkiteer service.
Yes. Your Parkiteer card will allow you access to any cage in the network, metropolitan or regional.
Simply register online via this link. You will then receive an access card in 5-7 days which you can activate online. Then you’re good to go.
No, Parkiteer cages are for bicycles only.
No, Parkiteer cages cannot be used as a home for your bike. Bikes that appear to have been abandoned are removed from cages.
No – only registered members can use Parkiteer cages, and each member must enter using their own card. This ensures parking is prioritised for members and security maximised.
Parking your bike – Using Ned Kelly bike rails
When using Parkiteer, you should always secure your bike using a high quality lock – we recommend a D-lock. Please also remove any valuable items such as lights, trip computers and panniers.
Check out our video guide to using the Ned Kelly bike rails which are found in all Parkiteer cages.
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