Use the BIKE app to find the closest BIKE-S to you.
To unlock a BIKE-S, simply scan the QR code located on the handlebars or the baseboard using the BIKE app.
You're ready to go! Wherever your BIKE takes you, remember to obey traffic laws, to ride safely in the bike lane or street and to wear a helmet!
Review our instructional video, along with educational resources on proper parking, etiquette and FAQs to help keep your ride smooth and our streets unobstructed.
Be safe. Be smart. BIKE responsibly!
To download the BIKE app, simply click here and you'll automatically be redirected to the appropriate download page for your mobile device. You can also search "BIKE" in both the App and Google Play stores.
To find a BIKE near you, simply open the BIKE app. You'll automatically be taken to the map screen, showing all available BIKE vehicles in your area. If you don't see any vehicle icons displayed on the map, zoom out to search a wider area.
To unlock a BIKE-S scooter, simply open the BIKE app and tap on the "Ride" button at the bottom of the screen. From here, either scan the QR code using your phone's camera or manually enter the 6-digit vehicle code located beneath the QR code.
Just SAR1.99 to unlock, and SAR0.30 every minute to ride!
No special license is required, but in some states a driver’s license is necessary to ride an electric assist scooter. Please consult your local DOT for specific information.
The battery is splash proof, meaning it can withstand both rain and snow.
Our BIKE-S electric scooters are monitored remotely by both local staff and an independent team of BIKE Juicers. When a scooter is running low on power, our Juicers will pick it up, charge the battery and then redeploy the BIKE-S out in the community.
Checking battery level is simple. Just tap the BIKE-S icon within the app to view available battery life.
BIKE-S has a maximum range of 20+ miles, depending on usage.
Most cities have a maximum speed limit of 15mph. BIKE-S's is just below that, at about 14.8 mph.
All cities are different regarding helmet laws and electric assist vehicles. Please consult your local DOT for specific information on helmet laws where you're riding.
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