What do you have in mind about shared bikes If you are living in China, you can find some shared bikes in the cities around of China, today, it was my first time to try to rent a bicycle to ride, an 'ofo' bike, but the process was really bended, there were at least six bikes were broken before I found a normal one, what's the reason to make so many broken bikes over there, were their qualities too bad? or was anyone's too bad? I really don't know~~
Mar 15, 2017 4:22 PM
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I used shared bike when I visited Taiwan.

The system is linked to internet, so you can check how many bikes available and how many is broken and how many spaces are open to return a bike. 

I loved it. 

I think the bike sharing system you're using can be improved much more. 

Good luck!

March 16, 2017
We have e-bike lending in my city. I use it everyday to drive to work and back, and if I want to get some fresh air. There's a flat rate price for short trips, so it's economical for me. Sometimes there are small problems, but most of the time it works just fine. We have a lot of hills here, but thanks the electrical motor in the bike it's no effort to drive everywhere. For me, it's more convenient than taking the bus. (We have no trains in my town.)
March 15, 2017