In the spirit of flexibility and environmental protection Mönchengladbach’s residents and visitors can ride through the city on rental bikes, e-scooters and electric rental cars. In the following we present possibilities to be mobile in Mönchengladbach by the hour or by the day, even without your own vehicle.
“Radstation” Bike rental
Whether city bike, mountain bike, children’s bike or e-bike, both the bike station (“Radstation”) at Mönchengladbach main station and the bike station at Rheydt main station have a wide range of rental bikes available for hire.
In addition, the stations also offer tips and informations on cycling, cycle routes and tours in MG and surrounding area.
Your own bike can also be parked safely and weatherproof in the bike parks for a fee. Long-term parkers can use the park 24/7 with a chip card, day parkers have access from Monday to Friday between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. (in winter: 8 p.m.) and on Saturday and Sunday between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Heinrich-Sturm-Str. 20, 41065 MG
Bahnhofstr. 70, 41236 MG-Rheydt
from 6 Euro / day for a children’s bike; up to 25 Euro / day for e-bikes
Cycling from work to the station or just leaving your car at home? Have you missed the last train? With Santander nextbike you can get from A to B flexibly and overcome even the last kilometre from the stop to your destination.
If you want to use a Santander nextbike, just register once – via nextbike app or on the website www.nextbike.de. The free app guides you comfortably through the rental process via the location search, return and payment of the rental fee, which ranges from 1 euro per 30 minutes to a daily rate of 9 euros.
35 x in Mönchengladbach
(in-app location determination)
ab 1 Euro / 30 Min. bis
bis 9 Euro / Tag
Meanwhile you can see them on every street corner: the colorful e-scooters from TIER and Lime. Around 600 of them are spread across the city, especially at busy traffic junctions. For example at the main railway stations in Mönchengladbach and Rheydt, at the Bismarckplatz and the city centre. You can find out where exactly by looking at the location of the respective app. Registration, renting and payment are also handled through these.
By the way: special traffic rules apply to e-scooters, e.g. driving on pavements and in pedestrian zones is not permitted. There is no obligation to wear a helmet, but it is strongly recommended. You can find out more about the traffic rules for e-scooters on the ADAC’s website.
NEW Wheesy – Mobil mit E-Roller und E-Auto
„Wheesy – mobility by NEW“ is the first station-based sharing service for electric vehicles on the Lower Rhine. Mobile on call – for people who do not need their own car, but want to use a car for smaller transports such as weekly shopping. Wheesy is also aimed at all motorists who simply want to test the electric driving experience, or who are toying with the idea of abolishing the second car in order to save operating costs.
In order to make electric driving fun accessible to everyone, Wheesy offers various types of vehicles, from electric cars to electric scooters. The vehicles can be borrowed around the clock at the mobility hub.
Carsharing and car hire
If you don’t want to visit Mönchengladbach with your own car, you can access Flinkster – the largest car sharing network in Germany. This is interesting for both private individuals and business people and is often cheaper than taking a taxi to the city centre.
in Mönchengladbach and throughout Germany
low registration fee, from 1,50 Euro / hour.