Wheels is an app that provides transportation services to the masses! 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!
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We've added some improvements to the riding experience, including a ride history section and bug fixes.
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Great Experience and easy to use!!!
A group of us took a trip to Venice for the weekend where we noticed the Wheels bikes everywhere we went.
Many people were riding the bikes around the area and it looked like they were having such a good time that we had to try it for ourselves.
After a little bit of shopping and eating around we decided to give them a try. We were all able to get signed in and begin riding within less than 20 seconds.
The experience was great and felt very safe. We rode the bikes through the Venice boardwalk which has a bike lane and the view was breathtaking in the evening which was made even more enjoyable by being able to ride Wheels.
For anyone looking to try these bikes I would highly recommend them. They feel very safe and are a lot of fun!
So incredibly dangerous! Just fell off one, never using again.
Let me start off by saying I ride birds/limes/jumps/lyfts on a regular basis. I recently saw a friend riding these so was interested to try it out. I am extremely disappointed that these bikes have made it too the streets. Instead of having a lever as throttle, like they should the throttle is on the right handle bar. This makes using the back brake extremely dangerous as it’s incredibly challenging to grip the brake without accelerating more. This leaves many to use the left front brake. The fact that there is no necessity to push yourself a bit before throttling causes for occasional flipping over of the bike when waiting at a traffic light should your hand accidentally roll the grip, throttle. The throttle is extremely frustrating to use. If a rider wants to “cruise” it is extremely inconvenient to just twist the throttle from a regular parallel with the ground hand position. This leaves the rider with grabbing the throttle from a hand position that is tiled forward with further restricts the use of the back brake in a short notice situation. Additionally, the horn is a button which has a considerable delay which makes it much less useful than the traditional spring bell. None of the issues described and many more are seen with traditional upright scooters. Congratulations Wheels on creating satans cycle!
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!
- Wheels Labs, Inc.
- 107.4 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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