Electric trikes are the latest battery-powered gadgets to enter the ride-sharing world
Had your fill of all those dockless electric bikes and scooters littering the streets of cities across America? Hankering for something new, something different, maybe even something that looks sillier than a scooter? Gotcha, the bike- and scooter-share service, has got you to covered. (Pun intended.)
Gotcha, which operates bike and scooter-sharing services on dozens of college campuses, is adding a new vehicle to its product lineup: a three-wheeled, battery-powered trike. It can seat two people at a time, has a top speed of 25 mph, and a range of 40 miles per charge. The company expects to begin adding it to its fleet later this year.
Gotcha CEO Sean Flood calls it a “reimagined moped.” “We wanted to make something…