JUMP Bikes

JUMP Bikes (formerly Social Bicycles) is a company that provides an online bicycle sharing service that enables members to find bikes and e-bikes at hub locations and reserve from the web, mobile applications, or directly from the bike itself. It serves residential properties, municipalities, universities, and corporate campuses. The company creates the hardware and software for JUMP bikes, featuring e-assist.

StateClosed
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyUber
HQNew York, NY, US
Founded2010
Websitejumpbikes.com
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
JUMP Bikes was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York, NY, US

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Key People/Management at JUMP Bikes

Ryan Rzepecki

Ryan Rzepecki

CEO and Founder
Marcin Pyla

Marcin Pyla

CTO
Kenny Tsai

Kenny Tsai

COO
Avra van der Zee

Avra van der Zee

General Counsel and Chief Strategy Officer
Nick Foley

Nick Foley

Head of Product
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JUMP Bikes Office Locations

JUMP Bikes has offices in New York, Cleveland, Long Beach, New Orleans and in 10 other locations
New York, NY, US (HQ)
55 Prospect St #304, Brooklyn
Cleveland, OH, US
Cleveland, OH, USA
Long Beach, NY, US
Long Beach, NY, USA
New Orleans, LA, US
New Orleans, LA, USA
Phoenix, AZ, US
Phoenix, AZ, USA
Portland, OR, US
Portland, OR, USA
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JUMP Bikes Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

Total Funding

$11.6 m

Investors

In total, JUMP Bikes had raised $11.6 m. JUMP Bikes is a subsidiary of Uber

JUMP Bikes Operating Metrics

Jan, 2017

Active Cities

30

Rides

1.9 m

Users

250 k
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JUMP Bikes Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

79/100

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JUMP Bikes Online and Social Media Presence

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JUMP Bikes Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    A-

    88/100

  • CEO Rating

    A+

    100/100

  • Compensation

    D

    55/100

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JUMP Bikes News and Updates

Uber’s JUMP Bikes founder and Scoot’s SVP of Product are talking bikes and scooters at TC Sessions: Mobility

Micromobility — electric personal vehicles — has gone from being non-existent to ubiquitous across cities all over the world. Currently, we’re seeing micromobility take on the form of electric scooters and pedal-assist bikes. JUMP and Scoot operate in both of those categories. JUMP got its start as …

What Uber’s Acquisition of JUMP Bikes Means for the Bike-Share Market

The question looms — who will control the new wave of dockless bike-sharing?

UPDATE 1-Uber agrees to buys electric cycle-sharing startup JUMP Bikes

SAN FRANCISCO, April 9 (Reuters) - Ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc said on Monday it has agreed to buy electric bicycle service JUMP Bikes, allowing Uber to offer U.S. passengers an alternative to cars and further consolidating the crowded bike-sharing industry.

BRIEF-Uber Says To Acquire JUMP Bikes - Blog

* UBER SAYS ENTERED AGREEMENT TO ACQUIRE JUMP BIKES, AN ELECTRIC, DOCKLESS BIKE-SHARING SERVICE - BLOG Source text: (https://ubr.to/2H4zJ1f) Further company coverage:

JUMP Bikes Blogs

Supporting Our JUMP Community

Collaboration with cities has always been at the core of JUMP’s mission in urban micromobility and today is no different. We believe that shared micromobility’s efficient and flexible service can support a city’s mobility resilience at times like this. The JUMP team is working with local authorities…

Jump launches adaptive scooter pilot!

JUMP is launching an adaptive scooter pilot in San Francisco to serve people who may experience mobility barriers preventing participation in our scooter & bike-share programs. Our vehicles will be available at our SOMA location.Reservation ProcessSupplies are limited. Please call or email to ma…

Seattle, We Love You!

3,500 Bikes. 1,000,000 Trips.We love Seattle and it looks like the feeling might be mutual. JUMP recently hit 1 million rides in the Emerald City, so we wanted to say a huge thank you to all our Seattle riders for choosing us for your commute, your crosstown ride, or your spin around the neighborhoo…

JUMP Scooters Expand Uber’s Transportation Platform in San Francisco

Uber becomes the first company in the city to offer a mix of rideshare, electric bikes, transit, and scootersToday, Uber released new JUMP scooters in San Francisco through the Uber app. We were one of four vendors who won the opportunity to operate scooters through SFMTA’s new permit program. With …

JUMP Supports the Better Market Street Campaign

Better bike and scooter infrastructure is a critical part of making people feel safe while riding. It also leads riders choosing to take bikes and scooters more often. At JUMP, we support infrastructure initiatives that help keep our riders safe and promote mode-shifting from car trips to alternativ…

Thank you, San Francisco!

500 Bikes. 100,000 Riders. 1,000,000 Trips.Yesterday, JUMP hit our 1 millionth trip in San Francisco — thank you all for riding with us! Endless appreciation for each of our riders and the SF community for your continued support. It’s been an honor to be a part of your morning commutes, daytime erra…
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JUMP Bikes Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was JUMP Bikes founded?

    JUMP Bikes was founded in 2010.

  • Who are JUMP Bikes key executives?

    JUMP Bikes's key executives are Ryan Rzepecki, Marcin Pyla and Kenny Tsai.

  • How many employees does JUMP Bikes have?

    JUMP Bikes has 210 employees.

  • Who are JUMP Bikes competitors?

    Competitors of JUMP Bikes include Mobike, Ofo and Spin.

  • Where is JUMP Bikes headquarters?

    JUMP Bikes headquarters is located at 55 Prospect St #304, Brooklyn, New York.

  • Where are JUMP Bikes offices?

    JUMP Bikes has offices in New York, Cleveland, Long Beach, New Orleans and in 10 other locations.

  • How many offices does JUMP Bikes have?

    JUMP Bikes has 14 offices.