The structure of $\textrm{Num}(S)$ for a bielliptic surface $S$ is given in the paper by F. Serrano *Divisors of bielliptic surfaces and embeddings in* $\mathbb{P}^4$, Mathematische Zeitschrift **203** (1990), 527-533.

First, Serrano proves that a basis for $\textrm{Num}(S) \otimes _{\mathbb{Z}} \mathbb{Q} \cong H^2(S, \, \mathbb{Q})$ is given by the fibres $A$and $B$ of the two natural, isotrivial elliptic fibrations $f_1\colon S \to E_1/G$ and $f_2 \colon S \to E_2/G$. They clearly satisfy
$$A^2=B^2=0, \quad AB = |G|.$$

This allows the author to describe the ample cone of $S$: in fact, it follows by Nakai-Moishezon criterion that a divisor in the numerical class $\alpha A + \beta B$ is ample if and only if $ \alpha >0$ and $\beta >0$, see Lemma 1.3.

An explicit description of a basis of $\textrm{Num}(S)$ over $\mathbb{Z}$ must take into account the multiplicities of the singular fibres of $f_1$ and $f_2$. These depend on which of the seven families we are considering, and a complete case-by-case analysis is given in Theorem 1.4.

Finally, some results on *very* ample divisors are given in Theorem 2.1: in fact, Serrano shows that the bielliptic surfaces in one of the seven families admit a very ample linear system $|L|$ such that $H^0(S, \,L)=5$ and $L^2=10$. Consequently, these surfaces can be embedded in $\mathbb{P}^4$ as surfaces of degree $10$.