Bike sharing company LimeBike rolled out its first electric-assist bike fleet in Seattle on Monday.
The bikes, which are called Lime-E, cost $1 to unlock with an additional $0.10 per minute of riding time.
They have a maximum speed of 14.8 miles per hour, but will adjust to the rider’s natural pedaling, according to LimeBike.
There is a maximum range of 62 miles on a single charge.
The bike sharing service debuted in Seattle in July 2017 with free-floating traditional bicycles. Users can unlock bikes by scanning the bike’s code with an app on their smartphone and are automatically charged to their account.
LimeBike plans to expand its electric assist bike fleet to Southern California and the San Francisco Bay Area in the coming months.