Alternative products to Ride

13 alternative and related products to Ride

Ride
The multi city bike share app

Ride is the beautiful multi city bike share app showing you realtime information about the bike share scheme in your city

See real-time info about the number of available bikes & spaces at stations closest to you

Covers over 400 bike share schemes worldwide, perfect for you commute

or when travelling

13 Alternatives to Ride

On-demand electric bikes for commuting and exploring

Uber Bikes are currently in most San Francisco neighborhoods, to make commuting easier.

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PCMAG
Uber is testing the waters on renting out bikes. The company is piloting the program in San Francisco starting next week. Through the company's app, users will be able to access "Uber Bike" to find nearby electric bicycles and book one to ride, the company said on Wednesday.
The Verge
Uber announced today that it will begin offering bike-share options for users in San Francisco, thanks to a partnership with a New York City-based e-bike company called Jump. The inclusion of bike-share in Uber's app will certainly be seen as a boost to the nascent bike-share industry, which has been experimenting with electric and dockless options as it gro… See more
Nytimes
SAN FRANCISCO - It's Uber, but for bicycles. For the first time in Uber's history, the company is offering rides on something other than cars. Starting next week, it will let certain users in San Francisco reserve pedal-assist electric bicycles through its app.
10 Alternatives to Uber Bike

Bike lights with turn signals, brake light & laser perimeter

Blinkers is a new lighting system that makes the urban cyclist more visible, more predictable and more respected. It’s not about making them more powerful, but about adding a set of extra safety functionalities, including turning indicators, a brake light and a laser projection.

We launched in November 2017 and +2000 cyclists are using Blinkers!

9 Alternatives to Blinkers

Become an owner/operator of your own scooter fleet

Bird Platform invites independent operators from around the globe to start their own fleet of e-scooters.

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L.A. Biz
Now any one can have his or her own flock of Birds. Bird Rides Inc. has launched Bird Platform, a suite of technologies, products and services that will enable individuals to manage their own fleets of shared e-scooters. The program is aimed at local business owners, such as bike rental companies, and entrepreneurs.
Mashable
So you fancy yourself an entrepreneur. A doer. Someone who seizes opportunities and grabs life by the handlebars. Well hot damn, has Bird got a deal for you. You see, for the low low cost of buying your own e-scooters and paying Bird a 20 percent commission on all rides in perpetuity, you can now run your own fleet of Bird scooters.
TechCrunch
Bird announced today that it will sell its electric scooters to entrepreneurs and small business owners, who can then rent them out as part of a new service called Bird Platform.
5 Alternatives to Bird Platform

Enjoy the ride - quick scooter hires for city commutes

Bird is an e-scooter for city dwellers, operates similar to city bike rentals.

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Nick Abouzeid
Nick Abouzeid- Partner @ Shrug Capital
Rode these around Santa Monica and they're a (relatively pricey) blast. $1+$.15/min can add up quickly, but they're great for sub-ten minute rides.
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The Verge
Bird is experimenting with price changes as it seeks to tighten up the margins of its money-losing business. Since it first launched, the micromobility company has charged $1 to unlock an electric scooter, plus 15 cents per minute of riding. Now, Bird is effectively doubling that per-minute fee in some cities, while lowering it in others.
TechCrunch
Travis VanderZanden. If you've been following the fast-changing transportation industry, it's a name that may sound familiar. Until September 2016, VanderZanden was VP of growth at Uber and before that, COO of its fierce rival Lyft, which had acquired his on-demand car wash company, Cherry, in 2013.
16 Alternatives to Bird

Stationless scooters in Europe 🇪🇺

Our instinct is to make our way freely. The reality in our cities is quite the opposite: obstacles of cars and other vehicles hinder our movements every day. We believe it is time to make space again for the actual inhabitants of cities, you!

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TechCrunch
Tier, the Berlin-based e-scooter rental startup that competes with the likes of Voi, Lime, Wind, Circ and a host of others, is unveiling new hardware today in a bid to further improve the usability and unit economics of its service. The new Tier scooters produced via a strategic partnership with Ok...
6 Alternatives to TIER
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