Yesterday our new scheme started in Bonn. Over the next few weeks, 300 bikes will be made available at 20 stations. The fleet is to be expanded to 900 bikes with 7-speed gears at 100 stations, making it one of the five largest systems in Germany. Also in Bonn there will be, like already in Berlin or Cologne, a Flexzone.
In October all users cycle the first 30 minutes per day free of charge.
All existing customers of nextbike, for example KVB-rad customers, have to pay an annual fee of 3 € for the use of nextbike Bonn.
To see on the picture (f.l.): Rolf Beu (Grüne), Oberbürgermeister Ashok-Alexander Sridharan, Anja Wenmakers (Geschäftsführung SWB Bus und Bahn und SWB Mobil) und Hansjörg Spielhoff (Geschäftsführung SWB Bus und Bahn).
nextbike was founded in Leipzig in 2004 and operates public bike sharing schemes in over 60 German cities and 27 countries worldwide. As urban mobility service provider nextbike considers itself sustainable part of public transport. Its multilingual customer service is available 24/7. Service teams maintain and redistribute bikes throughout the cities.
nextbike mainly offers station-based schemes with the option of a complemented flexible return of the bikes.
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