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Uber now offering bikes in San Francisco

City clears partnership with New York bike company for nine-month trial period “Uber for bikes” is a fairly popular Silicon Valley business plan these days—so much so that the next company hopping aboard the idea is, in fact, Uber. The ride-hailing company announced a new Uber Bike pilot program in San Francisco on Wednesday after pairing with New York-based bikeshare company Jump.
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