Casual riders can unlock Electric Metro Bike for $1. The standard riding fare of $1.75 each 30 minutes applies thereafter. 30-Day, 365-Day, Business and Reduce Fare pass holders can continue… Read more »
How much does the Electric Metro Bike weigh?
Electric Metro Bikes weigh about 50 pounds, which is only 3 pounds heavier than our Classic Metro Bikes.
On what part of the street should I ride an Electric Metro Bike?
The laws for riding an Electric Metro Bike are the same as the laws for riding a traditional bike. Every lane is a bike lane, people on bikes may use… Read more »
How old do I have to be to ride an Electric Metro Bike?
Just like Classic Metro Bikes, riders need to be at least 16 years old to use Metro Bike Share and to ride an Electric Metro Bike. Riders under 18 years… Read more »
What happens if the battery dies and what do I do if the battery runs out while I’m riding?
In the unlikely event the battery on an Electric Metro Bike dies, the motor will stop providing pedal assistance. Fortunately, the motor does not add any noticeable drag when turned… Read more »
How long does the battery last?
The battery life for the Electric Metro Bike depends on many factors including terrain, riding style, temperature, and the weight of the rider and cargo being transported. Under ideal conditions,… Read more »
How fast does the Electric Metro Bike go?
Electric Metro Bikes provide pedal assistance up to speeds of 17 miles per hour. The motor in the Electric Metro Bike only provides assistance when you pedal.
How do I find and check out an Electric Metro Bike?
Electric Metro Bikes have “Electric Metro Bike” on both sides of the downtube for easy identification. Sign up and then use your TAP card or look up your account… Read more »
How is the Electric Metro Bike different from the Classic Metro Bike?
Electric Metro Bikes include a motor that provides assistance as you pedal. Electric Metro Bikes allow people to travel by bike faster and further with less physical effort on the… Read more »