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.

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LimeBike plans to expand its electric assist bike fleet to Southern California and the San Francisco Bay Area in the coming months.