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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • JUMP Bikes's estimated annual revenue is currently $94.8M per year.
  • JUMP Bikes's estimated revenue per employee is $328,000

Employee Data

  • JUMP Bikes has 289 Employees.
  • JUMP Bikes grew their employee count by 66% last year.
  • JUMP Bikes currently has 1 job openings.
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Triton Internat...
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Bestpass
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La Rosa Del Mon...
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JUMP is bike share electrified. We create the hardware and software to take you farther, get there faster, and make every ride fun. JUMP bikes are designed in New York City by people who love bikes and care about the future of our cities. JUMP Bikes has been shaping the future of bike share since 2010. We brought freedom to bike share systems with Social Bicycles, the first ever smart-bikes with integrated GPS, payment systems, and locks that kicked off the dockless revolution. We've dropped 15,000 bikes into 40 different markets and clocked over 5 million rides over the past 4 years.

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$94.8M

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JUMP Bikes News

12-Sep-19 - Uber To Pull Jump Bikes From Atlanta And San Diego

Shareable bikes and electric scooters have continued to create issues for cities, prompting some to implement bans and regulations.

12-Sep-19 - Uber pulls its Jump bikes from two cities

Washington, DC (CNN Business) Uber is shutting down its electric bike business in two more cities amid a difficult stretch for the company that's ...

12-Sep-19 - Uber to pull bikes, scooters from San Diego

In the sea of dockless bikes and scooters crowding San Diego streets, one major player is dropping out.