It hasn’t even been a year and Jump e-bikes (owned by Uber) is leaving Atlanta. You’ve got one more week to try them out, specifically to see if you might want to invest in your own e-bike or encourage your community to include e-bikes in its existing or upcoming bikeshare fleet.
I have ridden Jump e-bikes in Atlanta and Los Angeles and I love them. They flatten hills; eliminate heat; and open up a world of options about what’s possible, and for whom (such as making Traveling at the Speed of Bike a realistic option for those with a wide range of disabilities).
Here — take a look:
I have also ridden many other bikeshare systems and models and I have lots of input as to what works where, and what could be better. That may be a future article.