Alternative products to LimeBike Scooters

23 alternative and related products to LimeBike Scooters

LimeBike Scooters
Rent bikes, e-bikes, and e-scooters starting at $1 / 30 min

Lime Bike is easy to use and more affordably priced than other bike rentals.

23 Alternatives to LimeBike Scooters

The first self-driving bicycle

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Mashable
Take note from Google, the best April Fools' Day pranks from brands are ones that make fun of itself. In an obvious spoof of its self-driving cars, Google Netherlands launched a parody video on Friday highlighting its new product: self-driving bicycles.
Roboticstrends
Unlike Google's April Fool's Day video (watch below) that showed a self-driving bicycle navigating its way around Amsterdam, the work being done by University of Washington Bothell professor Tyler Folsom is no joke. Folsom and crew are trying to ensure bicycles are included in the movement toward self-driving vehicles.
PSFK
Google Amsterdam posted a video of the unique technology as an April Fools Day prank As an April Fools' Day gag, Google Amsterdam produced a video about a self-driving bicycle which enables cyclists to freely do other things while they ride through the city.
20 Alternatives to Self-Driving Bicycle

Self-driving, dockless scooters from Singapore

Scootbee is building a fleet of autonomous, self-driving scooters available in an instant. Plug in your location, and a scooter will scoot its way over to you. Take it wherever you need to go, and then hop off - it'll scoot away to its next guest.

14 Alternatives to Scootbee

A new direct to consumer scooter from Bird 🛴

Cruise past traffic and congestion with powerful performance, zero carbon emissions, and a smooth, comfortable ride. This isn’t a scooter—this is your very own Bird.

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TechCrunch
Bird, recognizing the growing possibility that people will want to own electric scooters rather than share them, is launching a new scooter model available for purchase. Called the Bird One, it will be available for ownership and shared use cases. Bird is also ditching the Ninebot ES and relying on...
Engadget
Bird says the Bird One is "the culmination of tens of millions of rides, cutting edge product design and engineering, safety certifications, and rigorous road tests," and is designed to last far longer as a shared vehicle than previous models.
4 Alternatives to Bird One

A better shared scooter, from the founders of Boosted Board

Skip is a new electric scooter company, founded by the team behind Boosted Board. With a safer design and more stable features than other shared scooters, Skip is the best way to get from point A to point B.

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TechCrunch
Bird, Lime, Spin, Skip. Will we choose the safer-feeling ride? All electric scooters are not created equal. I've found ones from Spin, Bird, and Lime to often be broken, shaky, or out of battery. But now the founders of Boosted Boards, which makes the steadiest and safest-feeling electric skateboards, are bringing their rugged hardware expertise to the scoot… See more
6 Alternatives to Skip

The future of transportation in Latin America 🛴🇲🇽

Grin is a network of shared electric scooters in Latin America. Grin brings the rental scooter solution to a region that is filled with densely populated cities that have heavy traffic problems.

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Axios
It's the second scooter startups it's accepted into its famed program.
14 Alternatives to Grin

Instantly ride nearby electric scooters

Ride Goat is dockless electric scooter company GOAT has launched in Austin after receiving official permits from the city’s transportation department for its pilot program.

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TechCrunch
GOAT, a dockless electric scooter company, has launched in Austin, after receiving official permits from the city's transportation department for its pilot program. Unlike what's happened in San Francisco with startups Bird, Lime and Spin, GOAT says it wants to work in tandem with city officials in Austin.
11 Alternatives to GOAT

Pay as you go scooter subscription available in Germany 🇩🇪

With GroverGo, customers can rent the Xiaomi e-Scooter Mijia M365 for €49.90 per month and have access to a rental scooter of their own for a fraction of the cost of buying.

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TechCrunch
Grover, the Berlin-based startup that offers "pay-as-you-go" subscriptions to the latest consumer tech as an alternative to owning products outright, is going all-in on e-scooters or so-called micro-mobility. The latest to jump in on the e-scooter craze, the company is launching an e-scooter monthl...
10 Alternatives to Grover Go
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