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Bristol-based mobility startup Bo on its vision for micromobility

Bristol-based mobility startup Bo has just released its first product, a hi-tech e-scooter. Co-founders Oscar Morgan and Harry Wills showed Alex Ballinger their vision for micromobility This piece first appeared in the October edition of BikeBiz magazine – get your free subscription here “It’s going to be wild,” said Oscar Morgan, …

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‘Profitability is the key to micromobility’s global expansion’ 

By Alper Oktem , founder and chief executive officer of Marti Technologies, Turkey’s largest micromobility provider  Micromobility is sweeping the world, as e-bikes, e-scooters and e-mopeds increasingly line the streets and alleyways of virtually every major city. And this trend is growing: governments are looking to low-cost and green transportation to combat …

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Councils urged not to seek large financial contributions from e-scooter trials, to avoid threatening their viability 

Councils across the UK have been urged not to seek large financial contributions from shared transport providers, to avoid undermining the viability of e-scooter rental schemes.  National shared transport charity CoMoUK (Collaborative Mobility UK) has written to local authorities urging them to consider profit-sharing models, rather than taking cuts of …

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Why e-bikes need to be at the forefront of decarbonisation

Lisa Conibear, global commercial director at Zoomo, explains the role e-bikes can play in decarbonisation This piece first appeared in the October edition of BikeBiz magazine – get your free subscription here The world is warming faster than at any point in human history, something we experienced first-hand this summer, …

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