In June, Bird made his announcement . At the time, the company said it planned to bring EVs to selected cities in North America, Italy, Spain, Germany and France throughout 2021. Friday, bird Bird bikes will first appear in San Diego. The company has partnered with San Diego State University to bring e-bikes, including its Bird And , On the school’s 280-acre campus. Students and faculty staff will be able to cycle from this month.
The pedal-assist e-bike can travel a maximum speed of 15.5 miles per hour and up to 56 miles per charge. It also comes with Birds Technology, which can automatically cap the speed of the bike in certain areas. Like the company’s electric scooters, a network of fleet managers will take care of and manage the bikes. The company says SDSU students will have access to bird bikes at a lower price. Birds have also been encouraged to encourage safe riding and responsible parking.
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