European cities have been overrun with bike-sharing programs from companies like LimeBike, Mobike, and Deezer. Now, Uber is throwing its hat into this already crowded market.
Jump, bike-rental service that Uber acquired in April, is already out in
The company behind some major bike-share programs in cities like San Francisco, New York, and Chicago is reportedly close to an acquisition from ride-hailing app Lyft.
A report in The Information Friday says Lyft is closing in on a $250-million deal
Friday is National Bike to Work Day, but this year it's a bit different.
It's the first year the U.S. will celebrate the two-wheeled holiday since the inundation of bike-share companies, with dockless bicycle fleets landing in cities across
The official bike-share of San Francisco, Ford GoBike, has gone electric.
Ford GoBikes are already all over San Francisco, but starting on Tuesday, 250 electric-assist bikes will join the fleet for the same price — at least for now.
Uber is making a big push into bicycles.
The ride-hailing company announced Monday it was acquiring bicycle-share company, Jump. The San Francisco-based company known for its red frames with a battery-powered boost had partnered with Uber for
New York City is home to one of the biggest bike-sharing networks in the country, but until this week electric bicycles — regular bicycles with an electric motor to give rides a boost — were banned in the bustling city. The confusing ban
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