Wheels - Ride Safe 4+

Shared Electric Bikes

Wheels Labs, Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • Free

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Get to where you need to go – the safer and easier way.

Wheels provides a fleet of electric, shared vehicles throughout your city that can be accessed directly within this easy-to-use app. Ride for your commute, ride to lunch, ride to your daily coffee, ride for fun if you like. Enjoy the ride, but remember - Safety First!

- Download this app, and open up the map to find a Wheels near you. Please note that you will only see bikes within a few miles of your current location.
- Scan or type the QR code on the Wheels device to unlock it, and start riding.
- Enjoy a safe ride to your destination, using a helmet and bike lanes where available
- When finished, park the device responsibly, making sure to avoid blocking any pedestrian paths.

Want to rent a Wheels device long-term? Visit our rental website at shop.takewheels.com for more information.

Wheels is dedicated to bringing safe, low-cost, environmentally-friendly transportation to communities around the world. We’ve reimagined micro-mobility to make it more accessible, safer, and more convenient than ever before. Everything we do is designed to deliver an exceptional experience for riders worldwide.

We require all riders to be at least 18 years old with a valid ID card to ride.

Wheels is more accessible than a standard bike thanks to its electric motor and pedal-less design. With its lower center of gravity and multiple touchpoints, it is safer than accident-prone scooters. Its unparalleled stability is due to a 14-inch wheel, allowing you to navigate uneven surfaces with ease. Additionally, we’ve made numerous safety-first design decisions, including dual disk brakes for better stopping power, automatic lights for high visibility anytime, a padded seat for comfort, and an integrated smart helmet system on select models. All of this makes the Wheels form factor an industry leader for safety and ease of use.

Ride in bike lanes when available. Please do not ride on the sidewalk. You can ride a Wheels bike as far as you want. A fully charged Wheels can ride up to 30 miles.

Please do not take a Wheels bike on other forms of transportation such as cars, buses, trains, etc. Please be sure to also consider the no ride/parking zones before shutting off your bike.

Please park your Wheels with respect for pedestrians and your fellow community members.
We encourage Wheels riders to park near public bike/scooter corrals or accessible public locations that do not cause an obstruction of the sidewalk. Wheels should never be parked in a gated location or compound, in underground parking garages, or other locations that would make it difficult for another user to access them. For the safety of others, Wheels should not be parked where they can block driveways, doors, or other pathways.

Wheels for All is a discount program that provides access to an easy, equitable, and environmentally-friendly form of transportation for qualifying riders. Access to transportation is an everyday necessity. Wheels is committed to promoting equity by providing increased access to transportation to everyone.

To qualify, individuals must be currently enrolled in city, state, or federal assistance programs such as Medicaid, EBT, SNAP, or a discounted utility bill*. Program details may vary by market, but most cities offer:

50% ride discount (including unlock fee)

*Terms subject to change. Approval is at Wheels’ sole discretion.

If you’re interested in bringing Wheels to your organization or municipality, please reach out to us at partners@wheels.co or visit our website takewheels.com/partners.

Download the app, and get riding today!

Visit www.takewheels.com to learn more.

What’s New

Version 1.44.0

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
77K Ratings

77K Ratings

JonnyAhron ,

activation fee = bogus & Unnecessary but the $ per minute is worth it.

Honestly, the dollar should be imposed on a minimum minute usage basis on the back-end. Think about it...if my bike runs out of juice or if my trip is longer than most, I have to pay that fee again and again!? What if your bike just freezes, I have to eat that fee!? And what, I’m gonna really chase you down for a single one dollar issue?! You guys are smart but let the people eat CAKE! !! CHARGE THE ONE DOLLAR SAUSAGE FEE ON THE BACK END IF CUSTOMERS DO NOT USE THE BIKES FOR A MINIMUM OF YOUR TOTAL COST @ ur BREAK EVEN POINT. just sayin...until then, 4-stars. I am deliberately trying to not pull off two stars for this issue. Ok. Enjoy. The bike is pretty darn fun guys and it’s much faster then those cheapie little scooters that break your hands from hitting Los Angeles potholes with concrete tires. You know what I’m talking about! And you guys want to level up with the cheapie scooter company’s and charge the EXACT SAME FEE FROM FRONT TO BACK!? Cmon be original!

Medranoash ,

Company will put your life at risk

I was excited to try this company just like many others. Unfortunately there’s not enough reviews when it comes to the customer service of this company. First off the battery on their bikes is terrible. The battery will last you about 1 hour if you’re lucky. They then want to charge you a fee to replace the bike for another one which is just as bad as the first one. My bike was unfortunately stolen and well this company doesn’t even have a phone number you can reach only email.... so be ready to get an answer after three days or more. I waited on the cops that night and they basically told me that I needed to get the value of the bike from the company in order for me to be able to make a police report. The company after responding 5 days later completely dismissed that. They instead sent me the location of where the bike was at and told me to go retrieve it. They wanted me to put my life at risk to get this rental back. The location was at a projects.... what was I suppose to do? Knock on every apartment till I found the bike? The company as a whole are callous towards their customers. I don’t want anyone else going through the experience I went through which is why I’m speaking up. Thank you for reading.

Davisfromaustin ,

Battery and software problems

There were about ten bikes lined up down the block from my downtown Austin apartment. I figured they must all have just been charged and dropped off… wrong. We activated 5 or 6 bikes to find a second bike that had close to half a charge.
Even with two bars of battery, once you get going the charge drops way down. The bikes barely had enough power to make it over a gentle hill. After two blocks one of he bikes stoped working, so we found another. After a mile and a half, the replacement bike stopped working. That left my Partner on foot while I went looking for another replacement. None were to be found, so we decided to give up.
I parked my bike and swiped to end the ride, but the app froze, it took me about three minutes to get the app to end the ride.
The app clocked 19 minutes and a distance of 3 plus miles for $8. In fact I had actually traveled 1.5, ridden under 10 minutes, and wasted 8 minutes on battery and software issues. I’ll stick with a scooter next time. Faster, more reliable, more fun and less frustration. Just my first and last experience with wheels.

App Privacy

The developer, Wheels Labs, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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