Bolt E-Bike Sharing Launching In Europe

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Just like Uber and the other ride-sharing companies during the lockdown, Bolt is trying to find new ways to bring revenue while everybody is stuck indoors or avoiding social contact.

Now, the company, one of Uber’s biggest competitors in Europe (with 35 million users), is also launching an e-bike sharing program.

The Bolt e-bikes will show up in Paris, where the only other competition is  Vélib’, a public service.

There, Bolt users will find the e-bikes in the regular Bolt app – they can scan the QR code to unlock a nearby bike.

The initial deal is also extremely affordable. The Bold e-bikes will not ave an unlock fee and will cost €0.10 per minute.

In comparison, Vélib’ offers e-bikes for either  €2 for a 30-minute ride or  €8.30 per month for unlimited rides.

However, with the rise in demand for e-bikes and other transportation methods that pose a smaller risk of coronavirus exposure, Bolt e-bikes could find success.

If they do, expect to see them showing up in other European countries.

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