By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS)– DIvvy is debuting new e-bikes on Wednesday.

Pedal-assist e-bikes will be coming to the Divvy bike fleet, the Chicago Department of Transportation and Lyft announced Monday.

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The e-bikes will be available for sharing beginning on Wednesday.

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CDOT and Lyft said the e-bikes will make it easier for people of all riding abilities to ride and make longer trips.

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The bikes will be unlocked with a scannable QR code that works through both the Divvy and Lyft apps, or a member key.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff