The Basque metropolis Bilbao just got another sustainable public transport system. In the very north of Spain we - together with the transport company Sagalés - launched our currently biggest e-bike scheme Bilbaobizi which provides 450 e-bikes at 40 stations.In 2019 nextbike will further realize e-bike schemes in Germany and internationaly.
Together with the Student Union of the University of Hamm-Lippstadt we get those two cities on the bike. Especially around student hotspots but also around the city you can now rent and return bikes at official stations. Students get the first 60 minutes for free. How? Check it out.
On Tuesday, 18th. September we launched our new bike sharing system in Mönchengladbach in cooperation with our partner Santander Consumer Bank AG. The bikes can be rented with any nextbike account and cost 1€ /30 minutes at basic rate.More Information on nextbike.de/mönchengladbach.Photo from right to left: Mayor Hans Wilhelm Reiners, Head of Public Policy Santander Consumer Bank AG Sebastian Fairhurst, City Manager Dr. Gregor Bonin and Head of Sponsoring nextbike GmbH Jan Gewinner.
This week we launched our second bike sharing system in the Ukraine. No one else but Kiev's major Vitalo Klitschko and our CEO Ralf Kalupner were there to open the scheme.Find more information about nextbike Kiev here.
Our colleagues from nextbike UK together with the University of Surrey just launched the new scheme in the south of England. From now on 50 bikes are available at 8 stations. Find more information about the scheme here.
MVG-Rad keep rolling! The bike sharing system of the Munich public transport company MVG is operated by nextbike and can score yet another success.After recently being commissioned to expand the scheme by 2000 bikes and the administrative district of Munich we are now able to record the millionth rental as well a the 100.000. customer. We can't wait to see what else this year might bring.