51 - 100 employees
Series C

Zagster Company Overview

Zagster is a venture-backed, Boston, MA company that offers complete bicycle sharing programs for businesses, cities and universities.

Zagster plans, deploys and operates bicycle sharing programs designed to deliver fit, flexibility and return on investment. Zagster’s service model allows a scalable approach and eliminates high up-front investment costs. 

Zagster is powering over half a million trips via 200+ programs in 35 states!

Zagster’s model is simple and unique. As a turnkey service provider, Zagster supplies everything: bicycles, stations, sharing technology, marketing, operations, maintenance, support, insurance and account management in order to deliver scalable bicycle sharing programs at consistent, predictable costs.  


Some of our many happy customers include:

  • Cities such as New York, NY, Chicago, IL, Albuquerque, NM and many more
  • Major universities including Yale, Purdue and Duke
  • More than 30 corporations including Coca-Cola, General Motors, Quicken Loans, Samsung, Workday and Novartis 
  • More than 40 residential properties from New York City to California through partnerships with some of the top 10 real estate development companies in the country


Jobs at Zagster

1 Jobs Listed
Overview We're looking for an enthusiastic and talented senior level software developer to build software tools that help us manage our rider data, partner interactions, and activity on our fleet of thousands of bicycles and other shared vehicles. This is a strategically important role that will also play a key part in growing a new arm of our business. Our upcoming needs span the full stack from front end interfaces to back end services and data, so there is some flexibility to match you up with the areas in which you can best contribute. Opportunities...
Software Engineering/QA
50 Milk Street, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02109

Read About Us


February 15, 2019
Timothy Ericson Founder & CBO This week’s must-read micro-mobility news includes a blog post from our CEO Dan Herscovici, a thought-provoking take on bike equity from CityLab, an eye-opening survey explaining how micro-mobility solutions increase commercial real estate va...
February 11, 2019
Dan Herscovici CEO, Zagster Micro-mobility programs continue their rapid growth, not just because pedal bikes, e-bikes, and e-scooters are fun to use, but because they help solve real challenges faced by many cities and communities. Why? The first mile/last mile problem represe...
January 25, 2019
Timothy Ericson Founder and COB What’s a weekend without some reading? And there’s a lot to catch up in the world of microtransit this week, including some very good news for Zagster programs. Here’s our weekly roundup of the news in our part of the world. I hope you enjo...
January 24, 2019
The release last week of findings from Portland, Oregon’s shared scooter pilot program caused a lot of excitement in the micromobility world, and for good reason. We got to see the headline we were all hoping for: Scooter Share Can Work! The findings—two-thirds of Portland residents had favorable opinions of the scooters, almost three-quarters of all rides were for transit, not recreation, and replaced car trips—were all undeniably good. So good in fact that the study suggested an addition...
January 22, 2019
To watch Dave Nourie ride a bike is to watch a demonstration of… something. But we’re still trying to figure out exactly what that something is. Is Nourie defying the laws of physics? Or is he giving a Bill-Nye-level demonstration of physics in action? Either way, to experience Nourie ride a bike is to see two-wheeled beauty come to life.Watch this video and you’ll see what we mean. And we’re proud to call him one of our own. Nourie, among the most prolific and talented competitive flatl...