JUMP is one of the two companies piloting a dockless bike share system on the North Shore of Staten Island. (Staten Island Advance/Erik Bascome)
In late May, JUMP replaced the 200 dockless e-bikes the company is currently piloting on Staten Island with its latest model that has various new features, including a built-in phone mount, 4G connectivity and a cable lock.
The new bike features a redesigned front dashboard underneath the handlebars that replaces the keypad dashboard located on top of the back tire on older models.
Users can scan a QR code to unlock the bike, contact customer support and put the bike on hold using the redesigned dashboard.
Built into the redesigned front dashboard is a phone mount, allowing riders to use the GPS on their phones hands-free while riding.
Design with a purpose. Our phone mount makes exploring your city a lot easier. Be sure to set your navigation settings to bike mode.