A project that will see 400 hire e-bikes hit the streets of Dundee has entered its testing phase.
The latest stage means some of the electric bicycles are on the roads.
The rest of the fleet will be rolled out on a phased basis in the months to come once the beta testing phase is over.
Charging stations for the project, rolled out by firm Ride-On and sponsored by Embark Dundee, popped up across the city in recent months.
Stations can be found on Perth Road, Broughty Ferry, Ninewells and elsewhere.
Peter Docherty, chief executive of Embark Platform, said: “Embark has a strong connection to Dundee and is proud to sponsor an initiative that will help bolster infrastructure and support local people.
“We are excited for the beta stage of the Dundee scheme to begin.”
The project was originally set to launch last year but a number of setbacks, including coronavirus, delayed plans until late this year.