People across Dublin can rent e-bikes through the Free Now app from later this week.
The company has partnered with Tier Mobility to launch the scheme.
The e-bikes will be available to book through the Free Now app alongside taxis.
The initial rollout will include 100 battery power-assisted e-bikes in Blanchardstown, Swords, Malahide, Baldoyle, Portmarnock and Howth.
Additional bikes will also be available over the coming months, bringing the total number to 400.
While e-scooters will be integrated into the app early next year, in line with approved legislation, the company says.
This follows a successful e-scooter trial across five DCU campuses, which began in July 2021.
Niall Carson, general manager of Free Now Ireland, says: "We are delighted to launch e-bikes in our app in conjunction with Tier, one of our key partners in the micro-mobility sector.
"The integration of electric, micro-mobility on the Free Now app will enable our passengers to consider more sustainable transport choices in addition to our ECO booking taxi option."
Peadar Golden, Ireland country manager from Tier, adds: "Our Tier e-bikes are a great sustainable and active way for people to make journeys across Fingal County.
"It is fantastic to be able to bring our partnership with Free Now to more people in Ireland and be able to offer multi-modal journey options through the Free Now app.
"Our mission is to change mobility for good, and by offering people easy access to ways of getting around that don’t rely on a private car, be that by e-bike, e-scooter or taxi, we can play a part in making our cities healthier and more pleasant places to be."
Free Now offers similar options in other markets across Europe including France, Germany, Poland, Spain and Italy.