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Karmic Bikes

Modern electric bicycles handcrafted in SF

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Ford GoBikes

The Bay Area's bike share program

Ford GoBikes is one of the easiest ways to get around the Bay Area, ideal for commutes, running errands, or just having fun. At just $3 per ride, members gain access to a fleet of over 700 bikes, and 70 docking stations.

SFGate
Updated 4:00 am, Wednesday, August 23, 2017 It's been a bumpy ride for San Francisco's bike share expansion efforts. Ford logo-emblazoned blue bikes have been battered, bruised and burned since their unveiling, but the two-wheeled cruisers are about to become even more ubiquitous.
SFMTA
A Ford GoBike bike-share station in front of the Ferry Building on The Embarcadero. Ford GoBike launched yesterday, marking a new beginning for bike sharing in the Bay Area. By the end of 2018, Ford GoBike will grow to 7,000 bikes at 546 stations, making it the nation's second-largest bike-share program.
TechCrunch
Motivate, the company behind the San Francisco Yay (Bay) Area's bike-share system, is adding pedal-assist e-bikes to its fleets this April. The one-year pilot will launch with 250 of these e-bikes in San Francisco, the company announced today.
5 Alternatives to Ford GoBikes

With room for eight, GoCab is the coolest and easiest way to pick your kids up from school. Pedaling your kids around town is made easy with the electric assist, and the cover ensures your kids stay dray and safe.

GoodGood
The GoCab bike by Van Raam is a bicycle that can hold up to 8 children at a time safely. It's the perfect vehicle for after-school care programs or even a babysitter who wants to take multiple kids out to the park while keeping an eye on them.
6 Alternatives to GoCab, by VanRaam
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