Hoboken’s biking options have really taken off. We constantly see people use (ourselves included) Hudson Bike Share.

If you need something a little more self-propelled, then check out Scoot-e-Bike’s new pop up store at 256 Newark Street. The bikes, backed by rapper Ray-J, are electric, foldable and can go up to 15 miles an hour. Models start at around $1600. 

We’re told that the pop-up store will be open until October 1st. Pop-up stores are becoming more common in Hoboken – tech security start-up Canary also has one.

Here’s a nice shot of one on top of Pier C:

Best of luck to Scoot-e-Bikes. We love seeing people use different transportation methods – especially ones that produce no emissions and don’t take up precious street space.

256 Newark Street (1st St./Park & Willow)
Hoboken, NJ


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