Uber is poised to for a major expansion and will begin offering more e-bike options directly from its app for riders in U.S. cities. Shipping records show that Uber imported about 8,000 e-bikes to the U.S. this month alone.
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Uber’s main U.S. rival Lyft is getting into the bike-sharing business, as it looks to expand its transportation options to bikes. Financial terms were not disclosed, but media reports previously suggested that Lyft would pay close to $250 million for Motivate’s bike-sharing business.
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Renting a bike using a smartphone app is a growing mobility trend in cities worldwide and Uber wants a piece of the action. The ride-hailing company has purchased JUMP, a dockless e-bike service that allows users to unlock and rent the electric bikes using Uber’s smartphone app.
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