Introducing RYDE Racine Electric scooter services, a sustainable solution for short-distance transportation in Racine. Our E-scooters in Racine offer eco-friendly commuting options, providing a convenient and environmentally conscious way to navigate the city. Join us in embracing cleaner and efficient urban mobility with our electric scooter services.

E-scooters in Racine

In 2021 The City of Racine Welcomed 150 Bird E-Scooters.

To expand mobility options, the City of Racine has partnered with Bird to offer shared e-scooters in Racine. Download the Bird app on your phone and enjoy a ride.

2022 Data Summary (April 20th – July 31st, 2022)

Total Rides = 9,481

Average Rides Per Day = 103

Unique Users = 2,243

Average Trip Distance (Miles) = 1.96

Total Distance Traveled (Miles) = 30,868

Average Miles Per day = 198.01

Average Ride Duration (Minutes) = 21.5

Metric Tons of CO2 Saved = 2.71

Commuters (Last 90 Days): 204 regular commuters (10.9% of Unique Users)

Average number of deployed scooters: 128 in PROW (Available in Public Right of Way)

2021 Data Summary (June 3rd – October 11th, 2021)

Total Rides = 11,021

Average Rides Per Day = 87

Unique Users = 2,697

Average Trip Distance (Miles) = 2.3

Total Distance Traveled (Miles) = 25,345.28

Average Miles Per day = 198.01

Average Ride Duration (Minutes) = 24.5

Commuters (Last 90 Days): 268 regular commuters (9% of Unique Users)

Average number of deployed scooters: 45-50 in PROW (Available in Public Right of Way)

Metric Tons of CO2 Saved = 5.39

Please remember

Stay off the sidewalks, use a bike lane

Park responsibly at your nearest bike rack out of the right-of-way


Riders must be 18 or older


Ride solo, only one rider per scooter


Bird is an independent entity that is not affiliated with our municipality. Please see the following information for how to contact Bird with questions or concerns.2021)

Bird App: Community Mode is accessible by clicking the Exclamation Bird in the bottom left corner within the Bird mobile app. Click this button, and you’ll find three separate options: report a “Badly Parked Bird”, “Damaged Bird”, and “Contact Bird”. You do not have to be a rider to use this feature (only have to have the app downloaded). Have the Bird ID number and know the specific issue you need addressed when using this platform.

[email protected]: Our general support email address. If riders/constituents would like to reach out over email, this is the address.

+1 (866) 205-2442: Our 24/7 support line if the community would like to reach out over the phone.

Community Pricing: The Community Pricing Program offers a 50% discount to low-income riders, Pell grant recipients, select local nonprofit and community organizations, veterans, and seniors. It’s designed to be an inclusive micromobility discount program. To sign up for this program, you must create an account and email proof of eligibility to [email protected].

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