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Introducing Voi e-bikes

Interested in trying our new e-bikes? Available now in Kettering, Peterborough and Cambridge.

How to get started

1. Download and register in the Voi app.

2. Locate an available bike nearby on the map in the app.

3. Scan the QR code found on the dashboard to unlock it.

4. Hop on and start peddling forward to activate the motor.

5. It is recommended to wear a helmet at all times.

6. When done, make sure to end your ride in the app and lock the front wheel of the bike.

In the UK, you need to be above 18 years old and hold at least a provisional licence to ride our scooters and bikes.

Are e-bikes also geofenced with no ride, slow ride and no parking areas?

Yes, e-bikes are bound by the same geographical area as e-scooters. When an e-bike goes beyond a certain boundary, it’s speed will reduce gradually but the rider will still be able to pedal.

Where can e-bikes be parked?

E-bikes can be parked in the same areas as e-scooters. Where there are mandatory parking rides can only be finished if the e-bike is within the mandatory parking area.

How do I brake?

The brake located on the left side of the handlebar is the front brake, to use the rear brake riders need to pedal backwards.

What’s the maximum speed for e-bikes?

E-bikes are assisted up to 15.5mph (25km/h).

Remember that it's illegal to ride on pavements and our e-bikes can't be ridden on roads with a speed limit of over 30mph.

When is it recommended to use an ebike?

While e-scooters are perfect for distances between 1-3 miles (1-5km), e-bikes are a good option for journeys from 3- 9 miles (5-15km).

Learn more about e-bike road safety

The same rules which apply to bicycles and e-scooters apply to e-bikes.

Road Safety Rules

The traffic rules for an e-bike is the same as for our e-scooters, not sure what they are? Test your knowledge at our traffic school and earn £5 worth of rides while you learn!

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