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Our review and initial thoughts on Jump bikes

Share bikes are back in business in Melbourne with 400 of Uber’s electric Jump bikes hitting the pavement. Uber recently signed a deal with Melbourne, Yarra and Port Phillip councils which allows the bikes to operate and includes a set of ground rules that should avoid the troubles of previous bike share schemes.  There has [...]

Electric share bikes to jump into Melbourne

Share bikes are returning to Melbourne after Melbourne, Yarra and Port Phillip councils struck a deal with Uber to allow their brand of JUMP e-bikes to operate in the city.
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Uber bikes show cars the way

Imagine you have the Uber app on your iPhone, you are in a hurry to get from A to B, what do you choose? Car or bike?
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Share bikes come to Canberra

As more dockless share bike companies quit Australia, Canberra is readying itself for its own share bike trial.

Performing a civic duty

Bicycle Network's NSW Public Affairs Manager Bastien Wallace calls on our shared sense of community pride to keep share bikes pedalling on the path to success.
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oBikes no cause for concern

Thousands of oBikes have appeared on Melbourne's streets in the past weeks, and while some think they are becoming disruptive, Bicycle Network believes there is no cause for concern.