Omniauth Bike Index

OmniAuth strategy for Bike Index OAuth v2
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Bike Index OAuth2 Strategy for OmniAuth 1.0.

Supports the OAuth 2.0 server-side and client-side flows.

Creating an application

To be able to use OAuth on the Bike Index, you have to create an application. Go to to add your application.

Once you've added your application and your routes, you'll be able to see your Application ID and Secret, which you will need for omniauth.

Note: Callback url has to be an exact match - if your url is http://localhost:3001/users/auth/bike_index/callback you must enter that exactly - http://localhost:3001/users/auth/ will not work.

Check out the Bike Index API Documentation to see what can be done with authenticated users.


First add it to you Gemfile:

gem 'omniauth-bike-index'

Here's a quick example, adding the middleware to a Rails app in config/initializers/omniauth.rb:

Rails.application.config.middleware.use OmniAuth::Builder do
  provider :bike_index, ENV['BIKEINDEX_APP_ID'], ENV['BIKEINDEX_APP_SECRET']

Your BIKEINDEX_APP_ID and your BIKEINDEX_APP_SECRET are both application specific. To create or view your applications go to

Edit your routes.rb file to have:

devise_for :users, controllers: { omniauth_callbacks: 'omniauth_callbacks' }

And create a file called omniauth_callbacks_controller.rb which should have this inside:

class OmniauthCallbacksController < Devise::OmniauthCallbacksController
  def bike_index
    # Delete the code inside of this method and write your own.
    # The code below is to show you where to access the data.
    raise request.env['omniauth.auth'].to_json


The default scope is public - which will be submitted unless you configure additional scopes. You can set scopes in the configuration with a space seperated list, e.g. for Devise

Devise.setup do |config|
  config.omniauth :bike_index, ENV['BIKEINDEX_APP_ID'], ENV['BIKEINDEX_APP_SECRET'], scope: 'read_bikes write_user read_user`

Available scopes: read_user, write_user, read_bikes, write_bikes


If you don't include a scope, the response will include a uid from Bike Index for the user and nothing else.

If you include the read_bikes scope, the response will include an array of the ids the user has registered on the Index bike_ids: [3414, 29367]

You can use these IDs to access information about the bikes - e.g. api/v3/bikes/3414 & api/v3/bikes/29367

If you include the read_user scope, the response will include the user's nickname, email and name. You will also see their twitter handle and avatar if they have added them. The keys for these items - nickname, email, name, twitter & image - all accessible in the request.env['omniauth.auth'], e.g. request.env['omniauth.auth']

Auth Hash

You can also see the authetication hash (in JSON format) by going to the authentication url on the Bike Index with the user's access token -<OAUTH_ACCESS_TOKEN>

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