Uber will bring its on-demand electric-bicycle service to Europe.
The ride-hailing company's Jump bikes will arrive in Berlin by the end of the summer and expand to other European cities later.
"Uber stands ready to help address some of the biggest challenges facing German cities: tackling air pollution, reducing congestion and increasing access to cleaner transportation solutions," said Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber's chief executive, in Berlin on Wednesday.
Uberin April, as part of its effort to wean people off car ownership. Riders pay $2 a ride for 30 minutes on one of its electric bikes in Washington, San Francisco -- where it first tested the program earlier this year -- and other California cities.
The bikes offer an electric boost of up to 20 mph (30 km/ph) every time the rider pedals.
Berlin, however, already has several bike rental options. OBike, Mobike and LimeBike (also offering an electric option) have established app-based services in the German capital.
Khosrowshahi has beensince late May, announcing and a $23.5 million investment in .
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