Knoxville Bike Share & Scooters

Downtown Knoxville is known for its walkability, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other ways to explore and enjoy all the city has to offer. Visitors and locals alike appreciate the fun and convenience Pace Bikes and Electric Scooters provide throughout the year.

For the Garth Brooks concert at Neyland Stadium on Saturday, November 16, e-scooters will not be running in Knoxville. However, it is encouraged that you and your friends (hopefully not in low places, of course) will instead choose Pace bikes as your transportation of choice. Before the thunder rolls and you are two Pina Coladas deep, let your bike wheels roll all the way to the concert!

Make the night more than a memory, by using promo code GARTHBIKES in the Pace app for a $10 discount on the night of the show.


About Zagster
Since 2007, Zagster has been at the forefront of the micro-mobility revolution. Zagster knows that the promise of micro-mobility is anchored in world-class operations.  As such, Zagster offers turnkey operations and support services for any micro-mobility product. Zagster strives to make shared mobility work within communities large and small.

Zagster powers Pace, a nationwide bike share service for cities and colleges that offers all the benefits of dockless bike sharing with none of the drawbacks. Zagster operates more than 200 bike shares across 35 states.

In March 2019 Spin, backed by Ford Motor Company, announced a partnership to bring Zagster’s micro-mobility operations platform to Spin’s e-scooter product offering.  Spin operates electric scooters in cities and campuses nationwide, bringing sustainable last-mile mobility solutions to different communities. Recognized for its consistent cooperation and collaboration with cities, Spin partners closely with transportation planners, community groups, and university administrators to bring dockless mobility options to streets in a responsible and carefully orchestrated manner.


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