A crowd of up to 350 e-bikes will be available to hire in Dundee at the end of the month

Hundreds of electric bicycles are expected to hit the streets of Dundee next month.

A fleet of 350 e-bikes will be available for public hire, with charging stations springing up from Broughty Ferry to Ninewells Hospital, if plans are approved by the city council.

The proposals for Scotland’s first large-scale electric bike sharing scheme are being led by Ride-On, which operates similar services in Madrid and Miami.

Users of Ride-On’s website, smartphone app and recharging stations will be able to collect a bike at one station before dropping it off elsewhere.

We cannot wait to discover the developments of this.

Could you be commuting to work on an e-bike soon?

Stay tuned for more info.

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Claire Merten