Micromobility

Shepherd Center and the Governor's Office of Highway Safety Help Georgians Scoot Safe

Monday, May 17, 2021 - 3:24pm

Micromobility\'s increased popularity in urban areas and on college campuses makes safety awareness and education even more important.

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  • Micromobility\'s increased popularity in urban areas and on college campuses makes safety awareness and education even more important.
  • Through key partnerships, Scoot Safe will deliver safety messages to riders where they will be sure to see them within scooter apps and on YouTube.
  • Our goal is to make our streets safer for all without sacrificing the fun of riding electric scooters," said Emma Harrington, Director of Injury Prevention and Education Services at Shepherd Center.\nShepherd Center was awarded a year-long grant by the Georgia Governor\'s Office of Highway Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to facilitate the Scoot Safe electric scooter injury prevention campaign.
  • Shepherd Center partnered with Atlanta-based marketing agency, NeoLuxe Marketing, to help develop and roll out the Scoot Safe digital media campaign.\nVisit ScootSafeGA.com for more information about Scoot Safe.\n'

Leo Electric Scooter׳s Experience from Tel Aviv Rides to Selina Hotels in Mexico

Monday, May 10, 2021 - 2:00pm

b'TEL-AVIV, Israel, May 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --LEO Riders an Israeli based company has presented a new revenue model for hotels while empowering guests experience.\n"We have dedicated our entire efforts into the hospitality sphere.

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  • b'TEL-AVIV, Israel, May 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --LEO Riders an Israeli based company has presented a new revenue model for hotels while empowering guests experience.\n"We have dedicated our entire efforts into the hospitality sphere.
  • While working with 50 hotels in Israel, we have learned how to cater both hotels and guests needs" says Mr. Motti Hasfari, LEO\'s CEO\nLEO provides hotels and resorts with a full turnkey micromobility solution combined with a digital tour guide embedded in LEO\'s app.\n"During the last 12 month we\'ve generated a daily net average income of 12$ per scooter, thus generating a good and healthy win-win model with the hotels" says Hasfari.\nNow, with a business model offering hotels rev.
  • share from rides, Leo is deploying its operation with Hotel brands: Fattal, Brown Selina and Nomad\'s in Israel, Mexico and Greece.\nThe young Israeli company, founded in 2019 by Kfir Benshooshan and Dror Benshooshan; owners of Inokim scooter brand, has taken the scooters utility services trend to the B2B level, offering hotel guests a new experience to explore main point of interests with Leo designated app.\nAfter a successful collaboration with 40 Fatal hotels in the city of Eilat, Leo launched this week its expansion outside of Israel in 2 cities in Mexico with Selina and Nomad\'s hotels.
  • Leo and Selina had signed a strategic partnership which will allow Leo to expand to other hotels and hospitality businesses in Central and South Americas.\n"While the sharing electric scooters highly competitive business struggles to achieve positive EBITDA, Leo focuses in the hospitality industry, partnering with hotel chains, to create new revenue stream hotels and bring a new micromobility experience to guests.\n'

Bird Canada Disappointed in City of Toronto e-Scooter Pilot Decision

Thursday, May 6, 2021 - 4:11am

b'Bird Canada expresses its disappointment regarding today\xe2\x80\x99s decision by Toronto City Council to opt out of Ontario\xe2\x80\x99s e-Scooter Pilot Program.\nFor more than two years, micromobility advocates including Bird Canada have expressed their interest in partaking in a small and safely managed e-scooter pilot in the City of Toronto with the goal of gathering data, community feedback, and insights to assist the City in developing a world-class micromobility program.

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  • b'Bird Canada expresses its disappointment regarding today\xe2\x80\x99s decision by Toronto City Council to opt out of Ontario\xe2\x80\x99s e-Scooter Pilot Program.\nFor more than two years, micromobility advocates including Bird Canada have expressed their interest in partaking in a small and safely managed e-scooter pilot in the City of Toronto with the goal of gathering data, community feedback, and insights to assist the City in developing a world-class micromobility program.
  • While we are disappointed by the decision today, we look forward to continuing this dialogue with the City of Toronto in the coming months in the post-pandemic period.
  • Our hope is that at that point a more fulsome analysis of sustainable transportation modes can occur.\nLet\xe2\x80\x99s not have Toronto be the city that only sees challenges when others see opportunity.\nPowered by Bird Rides, Bird Canada Inc. operates an electric vehicle sharing program.
  • For additional information, visit Bird online , on Twitter , and on Instagram .\nView source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210505006243/en/\n'

ADO Debuts A20 Urban Off-Road Commuter Ebike across EU on May 6

Monday, May 3, 2021 - 11:00am

b'FRANKFURT & LONDON, May 3, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - Innovative startup ADO officially debuts the A20 off-road commuter Ebike across EU countries on May 6.

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  • b'FRANKFURT & LONDON, May 3, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - Innovative startup ADO officially debuts the A20 off-road commuter Ebike across EU countries on May 6.
  • The A20 is positioned as an urban off-road Ebike, able to conquer all urban terrains.\nCrush the commute with A20 e-bike, 20-inch, max speed 25km/h, 36V10.4AH\nADO will hold the momentum for a June launch in the UK, Russia, and Ukraine.
  • ADO is taken from Crescent Lake in China, a diamond on the ancient Silk Road, and a bridge connecting China and Western.
  • With the highest requirements for electric power and shock absorption systems, ADO Ebike was born for pursuing the ultimate in quality.

Yadea Helps Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions by 30 Million Tons

Friday, April 30, 2021 - 8:46am

b'MUNICH, April 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Yadea Technology Group Co., Ltd. ("Yadea", 01585.HK), a leading electric two-wheel vehicle brand, has revealed that the cumulative sales from its electric motorcycles, electric mopeds, electric bikes and electric kick scooters have helped cut carbon dioxide emissions by 32.4 million tons to date.

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  • b'MUNICH, April 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Yadea Technology Group Co., Ltd. ("Yadea", 01585.HK), a leading electric two-wheel vehicle brand, has revealed that the cumulative sales from its electric motorcycles, electric mopeds, electric bikes and electric kick scooters have helped cut carbon dioxide emissions by 32.4 million tons to date.
  • The presentation highlighted Yadea\'s achievements since its inception: the company has sold over 50 million products, reduced fuel consumption by 8.52 million tons and helped reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 32.4 million tons the equivalent of planting 32.4 billion trees.\n"Electric two-wheel vehicles provide an eco-friendly, energy-saving and convenient solution for daily commuting, so at Yadea, we believe we are doing a great thing.
  • With more than 20 years of advocating for green energy technology, we are the world\'s leading brand in the electric two-wheeler industry.
  • An industry pioneer, Yadea plays a pivotal role in leading the electric mobility revolution.

Yadea Helps Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions by 30 Million Tons

Friday, April 30, 2021 - 8:13am

b'MUNICH, April 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Yadea Technology Group Co., Ltd. ("Yadea", 01585.HK), a leading electric two-wheel vehicle brand, has revealed that the cumulative sales from its electric motorcycles, electric mopeds, electric bikes and electric kick scooters have helped cut carbon dioxide emissions by 32.4 million tons to date.

Key Points: 
  • b'MUNICH, April 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Yadea Technology Group Co., Ltd. ("Yadea", 01585.HK), a leading electric two-wheel vehicle brand, has revealed that the cumulative sales from its electric motorcycles, electric mopeds, electric bikes and electric kick scooters have helped cut carbon dioxide emissions by 32.4 million tons to date.
  • The presentation highlighted Yadea\'s achievements since its inception: the company has sold over 50 million products, reduced fuel consumption by 8.52 million tons and helped reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 32.4 million tons the equivalent of planting 32.4 billion trees.\n"Electric two-wheel vehicles provide an eco-friendly, energy-saving and convenient solution for daily commuting, so at Yadea, we believe we are doing a great thing.
  • With more than 20 years of advocating for green energy technology, we are the world\'s leading brand in the electric two-wheeler industry.
  • An industry pioneer, Yadea plays a pivotal role in leading the electric mobility revolution.

PBSC Urban Solutions Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for Leading the Public Bikesharing Systems Market in LATAM

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 - 1:00pm

b'SO PAULO, April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --Based on its recent analysis of the Latin American (LATAM) bikesharing technology market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes PBSC Urban Solutions (PBSC) with the 2021 Latin American Market Leadership Award.

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  • b'SO PAULO, April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --Based on its recent analysis of the Latin American (LATAM) bikesharing technology market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes PBSC Urban Solutions (PBSC) with the 2021 Latin American Market Leadership Award.
  • The company is the top supplier of bikesharing technology in the LATAM market, with more than 20,000 devices operational across the region\'s eleven top cities.
  • All municipal authorities across the region aim to increase bicycle use and integrate last-mile micromobility with public transport solutions.
  • "\nPBSC has leveraged its app, operations software, and expertise to become the leading technology supplier to the most important and largest public bikesharing systems across LATAM.

PBSC Urban Solutions Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for Leading the Public Bikesharing Systems Market in LATAM

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 - 1:00pm

b'SO PAULO, April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --Based on its recent analysis of the Latin American (LATAM) bikesharing technology market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes PBSC Urban Solutions (PBSC) with the 2021 Latin American Market Leadership Award.

Key Points: 
  • b'SO PAULO, April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --Based on its recent analysis of the Latin American (LATAM) bikesharing technology market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes PBSC Urban Solutions (PBSC) with the 2021 Latin American Market Leadership Award.
  • The company is the top supplier of bikesharing technology in the LATAM market, with more than 20,000 devices operational across the region\'s eleven top cities.
  • All municipal authorities across the region aim to increase bicycle use and integrate last-mile micromobility with public transport solutions.
  • "\nPBSC has leveraged its app, operations software, and expertise to become the leading technology supplier to the most important and largest public bikesharing systems across LATAM.

Bicycle Market Size to Grow USD 28,667.3 Million by 2027 at a CAGR of 4.8% | Valuates Reports

Thursday, April 22, 2021 - 4:30pm

It is published in Valuates Reports in the Bicycles & Accessories Category.\nThe global bicycle market size was valued at USD 20,280.0 Million in 2019.

Key Points: 
  • It is published in Valuates Reports in the Bicycles & Accessories Category.\nThe global bicycle market size was valued at USD 20,280.0 Million in 2019.
  • According to the bicycle market analysis the market is estimated to reach USD 28,667.3 Million by 2027.
  • These advantages of the bicycle are expected to further propel the bicycle market size.\nTechnological upgrades are expected to create lucrative growth opportunities for the manufacturers in the bicycle market.
  • Users' driving experiences are improved by these technological advances.\nThe electric bike segment dominated the market in terms of type.

Bicycle Market Size to Grow USD 28,667.3 Million by 2027 at a CAGR of 4.8% | Valuates Reports

Thursday, April 22, 2021 - 4:30pm

It is published in Valuates Reports in the Bicycles & Accessories Category.\nThe global bicycle market size was valued at USD 20,280.0 Million in 2019.

Key Points: 
  • It is published in Valuates Reports in the Bicycles & Accessories Category.\nThe global bicycle market size was valued at USD 20,280.0 Million in 2019.
  • According to the bicycle market analysis the market is estimated to reach USD 28,667.3 Million by 2027.
  • These advantages of the bicycle are expected to further propel the bicycle market size.\nTechnological upgrades are expected to create lucrative growth opportunities for the manufacturers in the bicycle market.
  • Users' driving experiences are improved by these technological advances.\nThe electric bike segment dominated the market in terms of type.