Alternative products to Spin

Spin

A station-less bikeshare. Pickup and drop off anywhere. 🚲

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Uber Bike

On-demand electric bikes for commuting and exploring

Uber Bikes are currently in most San Francisco neighborhoods, to make commuting easier.

PCMAG
Uber is testing the waters on renting out bikes. The company is piloting the program in San Francisco starting next week. Through the company's app, users will be able to access "Uber Bike" to find nearby electric bicycles and book one to ride, the company said on Wednesday.
The Verge
Uber announced today that it will begin offering bike-share options for users in San Francisco, thanks to a partnership with a New York City-based e-bike company called Jump. The inclusion of bike-share in Uber's app will certainly be seen as a boost to the nascent bike-share industry, which has been experimenting with electric and dockless options as it gro… See more
Nytimes
SAN FRANCISCO - It's Uber, but for bicycles. For the first time in Uber's history, the company is offering rides on something other than cars. Starting next week, it will let certain users in San Francisco reserve pedal-assist electric bicycles through its app.
7 Alternatives to Uber Bike

JUMP

Electrified, dockless bike rentals 🚴

JUMP is bike share electrified. Rent a bike on-demand when you're traveling to work or biking for fun.

Nick Abouzeid- Words at Product Hunt ✌️
Been using these to get to work 1x/week and they're incredible. Just acquired by Uber for $200M. They also have a secret charging network that pays you in credits 👀
Medium
In 2008, I had a simple idea that would change my life. At the time, I was finishing a master's degree in Urban Planning and was about to join the bike planning group that installs bike lanes and bike racks at the NYC Department of Transportation.
TechCrunch
Source says final price close to $200 million Uber has acquired bike-sharing startup JUMP for an undisclosed amount of money. This comes shortly after TechCrunch reported that JUMP was in talks with Uber as well as with investors regarding a potential fundraising round involving Sequoia Capital's Mike Moritz.
4 Alternatives to JUMP

Blinkers

Bike lights with turn signals, brake light & laser perimeter

Blinkers is a new lighting system that makes the urban cyclist more visible, more predictable and more respected. It’s not about making them more powerful, but about adding a set of extra safety functionalities, including turning indicators, a brake light and a laser projection.

We launched in November 2017 and +2000 cyclists are using Blinkers!

9 Alternatives to Blinkers

GOAT

Instantly ride nearby electric scooters

Ride Goat is dockless electric scooter company GOAT has launched in Austin after receiving official permits from the city’s transportation department for its pilot program.

TechCrunch
GOAT, a dockless electric scooter company, has launched in Austin, after receiving official permits from the city's transportation department for its pilot program. Unlike what's happened in San Francisco with startups Bird, Lime and Spin, GOAT says it wants to work in tandem with city officials in Austin.
8 Alternatives to GOAT

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
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