So the heyday’s over for Uber’s Jump ebikes in many cities, and there are a lot of articles and photos making the rounds right now about how the bikes are being destroyed in mass quantities. […]
Meet Tyler. He is Today’s Nice Stranger. I met him on line for doughnuts (because doughnuts fix everything) after I had an 18-hour Relay Bikeshare saga (story to come, maybe). He is part of the […]
Bye, bye, Jump. That was fun. Thanks for giving us a shot. Lights out now. We’ll see who fills the hole in the market next.
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 […]
I finally tried an electric scooter yesterday. I see the appeal, although I felt unsafe on it the whole time (completely unrelated to motor vehicle traffic, although that’s a definite additional issue). What would make […]
The metro Atlanta suburb-city where I live joins the growing list of United States municipalities discussing what-the-hell-to-do with scooters. Above is an eight-second time lapse video of what it would look like to ride a […]
Jump is giving out free bike helmets. Of course, I painted mine. It’s very heavy and uncomfortable, but I’ll road-test it and let you know what I think.
Jump dockless and electric bikeshare, now owned by Uber, just launched this week in Atlanta, making it the 13th North American city where it’s available. Jump folks were giving out helmets and sunglasses yesterday in […]