Aurora is a historic river town that is situated 35 miles west of Cincinnati, Ohio, located in the Southeast corner of Indiana. Aurora was settled in the early 1800's and incorporated in 1845 and has strong historic connections to the Ohio River. Aurora is full of unique and historic buildings that preserve its older rivercity characteristics.

River Cities Bike Share Program

Experience your city from a different point of view. The River Cities Bike Share Program is a great way to get around downtown areas of Aurora and Lawrenceburg, and along the six-mile stretch of the Dearborn Trail. Get out, get pedaling, and have some fun!

For bicycle and kiosk support questions, call ARCC: 812-926-2311
or the City Manager: 513-505-7647.

Where Do I Go?

The River Cities Bike Share Program connects the downtown areas of Aurora and Lawrenceburg via the Dearborn Trail. Any patron may rent a Bike Share bicycle from any of the three kiosks at these locations:


On Main Street, across from the Aurora City Building

Dearborn Trail

109 Manchester Landing, Aurora, Indiana


Between Ivy Tech and the Event Center

How Do I Use It?

Renting a River Cities Bike Share bicycle is designed with simplicity in mind. Just download the MOVATIC App to your Apple or Android device. Using the App, locate the kiosk you wish to rent from and unlock your bike. When your finished riding simply return to the kiosk you rented from and use the app to lock the bike back in. That's it.

River Cities Bike Share Program logo.

Movatic Rider
App Tour

Bike Share Sponsors

Various Cities and organizations that sponsored the funding for the River Cities Bike Share Program.