Le Marcel à vélo : le vélo libre-service à assistance électrique – Station École de Design / Kléber

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Since 29 June 2021, Troyes Champagne Métropole has been providing users with a new self-service bicycle service. These bikes are called "Le Marcel à Vélo".

"Le Marcel à Vélo" consists of 80 electrically-assisted bicycles (minimum range 25 km) distributed over 21 stations located in seven communes of the agglomeration (Troyes train station, Tourist Office, university campus, Moulins and Fouchy parks, Aqualuc, Complexe 3 seine - Cinéma, Sainte-Savine market square, Simone-Veil Hospital, Grimont Park in St Julien les Villas, Le Moulinet in Pont Ste Marie... ). new stations will be added in the years to come.

Accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, "Le Marcel à Vélo" is ideal for business meetings, daily commutes or for leisure and relaxation.

To take advantage of this new soft mobility service, register on https://lemarcel.ecovelo.mobi/#/tutorial or download the "Le Marcel à Vélo" application (App Store or Google Play). And let yourself be guided!


- Why "Le Marcel à Vélo"?
By taking the name of "Le Marcel à Vélo", the self-service bicycle rental service of Troyes Champagne Métropole pays tribute to the greatest cyclist of the Aube: Marcel Bidot (1902-1995). A former member of the Union Vélocipédiste de l'Aube, he won two stages of the Tour de France, finishing 5th in 1930, and numerous competitions such as the 1929 French championship. It was above all as technical director of the French team for ten years that this strict, severe but fair man, with integrity and devotion to his riders, enjoyed his greatest successes, notably helping Louison Bobet (1953, 1954, 1955), Jacques Anquetil (1957) and Roger Pingeon (1967) triumph in the Grande Boucle. Locally, he was also the organiser of the Paris-Troyes race. He died in Saint-Lyé, on the territory of Troyes Champagne Métropole, and his name remains inseparable from the finest hours of French cycling.


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Opening from 01 January 2024 to 31 December 2024
Monday 00h01 to 23h59
Tuesday 00h01 to 23h59
Wednesday 00h01 to 23h59
Thursday 00h01 to 23h59
Friday 00h01 to 23h59
Saturday 00h01 to 23h59
Sunday 00h01 to 23h59