Bird has another electric vehicle taking off, and it’s altogether different from its run of the mill e-scooters.

Called the Bird Cruiser, it’s a situated electric bike that will end up being a piece of Bird’s armada of shared vehicles.

Bird’s enormous enough to convey two grown-ups. It can do pedal-help or peg, includes a 52V battery, a LCD show, a cushioned seat and pressure driven circle brakes.

“Planned and built in California, Bird Cruiser is a comprehensive electric-fueled alternative that is agreeable, simple to-ride and agreeable on harsh streets,” the organization CEO Travis VanderZanden said in a messaged explanation.

Bird says the Cruiser will initially end up accessible in a “couple of test advertises this late spring,” either as a feature of Bird’s shared vehicles armada, or through Bird Platform Partners. Bird is accessible in excess of 100 urban communities around the globe, and the organization says the Cruiser will at last be accessible all inclusive.

Having begun simply as an e-scooter sharing stage, Bird ventured into really selling vehicles also, with its Bird One being accessible for $1,299. There’s no word on whether the Cruiser will wind up accessible for buy sooner or later too.