Cyclists can automatically activate the machine by using credit card or PayPal to pay for three minute bike-wash, the company says.
In Germany and Austria prices per wash are between 4,50 euros (£4/$5.25) to 8,50 euros (£7.50/$9.90).
Next year the company will be delivering machines in Poland and Holland, a spokesperson told MailOnline.
The machine activates automatically and does not require an operator.
It is connected to the internet so people can search online to find them.
A clean takes between two to five minutes and there is a wheel turning that means the entire rim and tyre is reached, the company says.
It circulates 60l of water a minute and splash guard brushes on the top and side. The water is around 40°C.
It costs 590 euros (£523/ $697) to rent out the Cycle Wash for half a day, complete with support staff.
It costs 2,290 euros (£2030/$2670) to rent it out for one week.
According to Dailymail