SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Building a better Bay Area means giving you more ways to get around.
On Friday, San Francisco got its first hybrid electric bikes-- meaning they can be docked at stations, or locked to any bike rack.
They're part of the Bay Wheels program-- formerly known as Ford Go Bike. These e-bikes already debuted in San Jose and Oakland over the past few weeks.
They'll eventually spread to Emeryville and Berkeley.
Bicyclists in San Francisco can also use Jump bikes-- electric bikes which are all dockless.
Jump bikes can be rented through Uber's app.
Bay Wheels is owned by Lyft.
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First hybrid electric bikes hit the streets of San Francisco
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