Mobike is the world’s first station-less bike share service: pick up a bike and return it to any public bicycle parking. It solves the last mile problem and incarnates a revolutionary lifestyle. It's also a much healthier means of transportation that reduces congestion & pollution, and helps improve urban design through data.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Meituan-Dianping
HQ
Singapore, SG
Founded
2015
Website
mobike.com
Mobike was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Singapore, SG
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Key People/Management at Mobike

Yiping Joe Xia

Yiping Joe Xia

CTO and Co-Founder

Mobike Office Locations

Mobike has an office in Singapore
Singapore, SG
8 Robinson Rd
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Mobike Financials and Metrics

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In total, Mobike had raised $925 m. Mobike is a subsidiary of Meituan-Dianping

Mobike Operating Metrics

Feb, 2017Jun, 2017Mar, 2018

Active Cities

21 100 200 m

Bikes

9 m

Daily Rides

25 m

Unique Users

10 m
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Mobike Online and Social Media Presence

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Mobike News and Updates

Mobike refunds Chinese user deposits in bid to pedal away with market share

Chinese bike-sharing company Mobike has said it will be ditching the traditional deposit scheme for all of its Chinese users, in a bid to win over the market amid fierce competition. Existing customers will be able to claim back their deposits from Mobike, which was priced at 299 yuan (£34). M…

Mobike to scrap China user deposit in bike-sharing race

BEIJING (Reuters) - Mobike, one of the world's biggest bike-sharing companies, is doing away with deposits for all customers in China, amid fierce battle to win users.

CityMapper, the urban transportation app, is integrating with bike-sharing company Mobike

Hot on the heels of getting acquired for $2.7 billion by on-demand services startup Meituan-Dianping en route to its own $60 billion IPO, Chinese bike-sharing startup Mobike is ramping up its international push as companies like Uber, Lyft and other standalone bike-on-demand startups take their own …

Why micro-mobility startups won’t survive as standalone services

GUEST: My job (I’m on the marketing team of a custom mapping company) involves keeping a close eye on the transportation and logistics industry. And over the last six months, I’ve seen a surge of change in that industry — a wave of new “micro-mobility” options such as bike- and moped-sharing service…

Bike theft puts the brakes on China's Mobike in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Chinese bike-sharing company Mobike entered the Latin American market in Mexico City this year drawn by its millions of potential clients. Now it has run into a problem increasingly plaguing the country: street crime.

Chinese bike sharing giant Mobike is making big plans for India

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Chinese bike-sharing startup Mobike, which was recently acquired in a $3 billion deal, was already present in India. The company went on an aggressive global expansion spree in 2017, India wasn’t on the radar then but that’ll soon be rectified with a launch expect…
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Mobike Company Life and Culture

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