Nextbike have announced where dozens of new docking stations will be placed in Cardiff .
The bike scheme is adding 38 new stations to the capital this year and is bringing 500 extra bikes.
The company, which is celebrating its first anniversary in Cardiff, said the plans are to keep up with growing demand.
Now a common sight in the city centre, the new stations will also expand the network further out across Cardiff - including Danescourt and Radyr as well as St. Mellons Business Park and Llanishen railway station.
A further 26 potential stations are also currently being assessed by Cardiff Council.
This is the full list of new stations coming this year:
Heol Trelái/Caerau Road
St. Fagans National Museum of History
Western High School, Caerau
Beechley Drive, Pentrebane
Danescourt Rail Station
Fairwater Rail Station
Station Road , Radyr
Africa Gardens Gabalfa
Coryton Rail Station , Whitchurch
Llanishen Street, Gabalfa
The Philog, Whitchurch
Tyn-y-Parc Road, Rhiwbina
Pendywyallt Road Coryton
Birchgrove Rail Station
Heol Llanishen Fach, Heol Uchaf
Maes y Coed Road, Woodfields House
Thornhill Roundabout, Rhiwbina
Wenallt Road, Rhiwbina
Excalibur Drive, Llanishen
Rhyd-Y-Penau Road, Llanishen
Croescadarn Road, Pentwyn
Eastern High School
Llanrumney Hub, Countisbury Avenue
Old St. Mellons
St. Mellons Tesco
City Road (Newport Road)
New George Street, Butetown
Pont Y Werin
Roald Dahl Plas, Cardiff Bay
Cardiff University - University Hall
This is the full list of the stations being assessed
Chapter Arts, Canton
Llanover Hall Arts Centre
Cowbridge Road West, Dusty Forge area
Plymouth Wood Road
Pwllmelin Road Fairwater
Pantbach Road, Rhiwbina
Heol Llanishen Fach, Sainsbury’s
Church Road, Lisvane
Cyncoed Road, Cyncoed
Llanishen Rail Station
Medical Centre, Pentwyn Drive
Leisure Centre, Pentwyn
Colchester Avenue, Penylan
St. Mellons Business Park or Pascal Close
St. Andrews Crescent
Keppoch Street, Plasnewydd
Llandaff Rail Station
Cardiff Queen Station
Smart Way, Tyndall Street
In total there would be 1,000 bikes and up to 126 docking stations across the city.
The scheme sees users pick up a bike at docks around the city. The charge depends on how long they have the bike for.
The standard pay-as-you-go charge is £1 for 30 minutes riding. Monthly and annual price plans are also available.
Nextbike MD Krysia Solheim said: "The demand for bike share in Cardiff has been phenomenal since we officially launched here last year with the residents of the Welsh capital making over 10,000 journeys between them each week!
"We know that the current fleet is not large enough to satisfy current demand, so we’re excited to be adding new bikes to the collection. The community of Cardiff has wholeheartedly embraced the scheme and it’s largely thanks to public demand that the scheme has grown so quickly."
Since the initial launch 12 months ago, Nextbike has doubled the number of bikes available in the city from 250 to 500 and installed a further 37 stations alongside the original 25.
The scheme is backed by Cardiff Council and financially supported by the Welsh Government. It is also the cycle firm's most successful operation since it started in the UK in 2014.