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All To Know About Spin Scooters


Scooters are fast becoming the preferred way to ride especially in busy cities that experience regular traffic congestion. You can certainly get places faster and it is reportedly safe as the speed of these scooters is usually throttled so that riders do not go beyond safe limits. Scooter startups seem to be dominating the world of rideshare by introducing smart bike-sharing solutions through partnerships with interested cities. In America alone, bike share startups like Bird, Juno and Spin scooters are flooding cities with dockless bikes in a bid to provide alternate transport solutions.

The role of rideshare in revolutionizing global transportation is enormous. To ensure seamless transportation, bikes, cars, trucks, and even rickshaws are being used to simplify transportation. In densely populated countries like India and China, bikes and rickshaws are being used to decongest roads and reduce carbon footprints.

In this post, we will shed more light on San Francisco based bikeshare startup, Spin.


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Spin was established in 2016 and launched as a dockless mobility service. It serves both cities and campuses by providing efficient transport solutions for running errands, getting to class, and even commuting to work. The company operates in over 18 cities and claims to have offered over 1 million rides. The company first launched as a bike sharing service, then later introduced scooters in February 2018.


About Spin Scooters

Spin electric scooters come equipped with a bell, brake lever, a throttle, anti-lock brakes and a front light.


To ride:

Users must be at least 18 years of age. Users that are 13 years or older must be certified by parents and guardians.

  • Download the Spin app on the App store or the Play store
  • Register your account and payment details
  • Find a scooter near you
  • Unlock the scooter via the app.
  • Just scan the QR code on the bike using your phone to unlock it.
  • Start riding
  • Always wear a helmet and drive in designated bike lanes



Each ride costs $1 for every 30 minutes. You can pay $29 per month and get unlimited 30-minute rides.



Scooters are becoming a common sight on the streets; they seem to be everywhere. Various scooters start-up companies are flooding cities in a bid to win the scooter wars happening in America. Rivalry is good for the market as we see these bike companies striving to provide exceptional service. With different service options to choose from and dirt-cheap prices, consumers come out on top.


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