Tag Archives: Bike share

Avara, Beryl partnership sees employees take to two wheels

Nathan Hughes, team leader at Avara Foods in Hereford, has spoken of the many benefits of using bikes as part of the partnership between the company and Beryl. Seeking to promote sustainable travel between their two sites and increase the number of employees cycling, Avara partnered with Beryl, purchasing minute …

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Co Cars and Co Bikes awarded joint accreditation by shared transport charity

Car club and bike share operators Co Cars and Co Bikes have been awarded joint accreditation by UK shared transport charity CoMoUK. CoMoUK runs the national scheme which provides assurance to local authorities on an agreed set of standards expected by operators when providing services. South West England operators Co …

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New zone map revealed for GM cycle hire scheme

A new zone map of the upcoming Greater Manchester cycle hire scheme has been revealed. The 24/7 Bee Network Cycle Hire Scheme, phase one of what will eventually be a region-wide offering, will be operated by micromobility company Beryl and will consist of an initial fleet of 1,200 pedal bikes …

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E-bike loan scheme rolled out in Wales

An electric bike pilot scheme that has received more than £1 million of funding from the Welsh Government is already helping local residents to swap their car for a bike in communities across Wales. The electric bike loan scheme, run by Sustrans, offers a range of battery-assisted electric bikes for …

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Stockholm launches e-bike sharing service operated by CityBike Global

CityBike Global has signed an agreement with the municipality of Stockholm to implement a new city e-bike sharing service. For Stockholm, CityBike Global has chosen Vaimoo as a strategic partner for the provision of smart electric bikes. Already active in Copenhagen, Rotterdam and the UK, Vaimoo will supply over 5,100 …

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nextbike welcomes OVO Energy as new scheme sponsor in Glasgow

OVO Energy has been unveiled as the new title sponsor of nextbike’s bike share scheme in Glasgow. The three-year deal will see Glasgow’s nearly 1,000 strong standard fleet of nextbikes turned green for the duration, with OVO Energy’s branding displayed on the city’s bikes – which will now be known …

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Voi’s shared e-bikes receive CoMoUK accreditation

Voi’s shared e-bikes have been accredited by CoMoUK. Earlier this year, Voi announced the launch of its e-bike trial in Cambridge, Peterborough and Kettering. “We are very pleased to announce that Voi has been awarded the CoMoUK accreditation standard for their e-bike scheme in the UK,” said Richard Dilks, chief …

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Four new docking stations planned for Belfast Bikes

Belfast Bikes is expanding its network across the city with four new docking stations. The proposed locations are Antrim Road/Waterworks, Lisnasharragh Leisure Centre, Olympia Leisure Centre and the Kennedy Centre. Funding has been provided through the DfI Sustainable and Active Travel elements of the DfC Covid-19 Revitalisation Programme Fund. The …

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Blinkee chooses Vaimoo for its first e-bike sharing service

Polish micromobility operator Blinkee has chosen Vaimoo smart e-bikes for its first shared e-bike service. Blinkee, operating in 47 cities and five European countries with over 6,000 vehicles including mopeds, scooters and traditional bikes, is launching its first e-bike sharing service with Vaimoo starting with a pilot project from the …

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Bird adds shared e-bikes to fleet of micro-electric vehicles

Bird has added shared e-bikes to its fleet of micro-electric vehicles. Bird currently operates e-scooters in more than 250 cities globally and will bring its shared bikes and Smart Bikeshare platform to select cities this year. The shared Bird Bike delivers on Bird’s commitment to broadening access to eco-friendly transportation …

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