Mobike is a station-less bike share service: pick up a bike and return it to any public bicycle parking. It aims to solve the last mile problem and incarnates a revolutionary lifestyle.
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyMeituan-Dianping
HQSingapore, SG
Founded2015
Websitemobike.com
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
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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Founding Date

2015

Total Funding

$925 m

Investors

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

Daily Rides

25 m

Registered Users

100 m

Unique Users

10 m
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Mobike Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

86/100

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Mobike Online and Social Media Presence

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Mobike News and Updates

Mobike Loses 200,000 Dockless Bicycles To Theft And Vandalism

Chinese bike share startup Mobike has admitted that more than 200,000 of its rent-by-app bicycles were lost to theft or vandalism in 2019.

SG Bike completes $1.9m takeover of Mobike fleet, offers free rides

Following the deal, the Mobike app will become defunct.

Mobike co-founder applies sharing economy model to AI translators

Started as a crowdfunding project on Indiegogo in 2018, Langogo has sold over 20,000 translation devices globally this year.

Execs at Mobike, the bike sharing startup, are raising $20M to buy out the European business by end of June

Some big changes are afoot for Mobike, the Chinese bike-sharing company that was acquired by IPO-bound on-demand service startup Meituan-Dianping for $2.7 billion last year. Mobike executives in Europe are raising $20 million from outside investors as part of a plan to spin off the European operatio…

China's Mobike to pull out of some Asian countries, evaluate other markets

Chinese dockless bike-sharing company Mobike said on Monday it will pull out of some Asian countries and re-evaluate its units in other overseas markets amid a wide-scale contraction in the market and the bankruptcy of top competitor Ofo.

Bike sharing pioneer Mobike is retreating to China

In a telling sign of the state of bike sharing, Mobike, a once red-hot startup that attracted billions in investment capital, is closing down all international operations and putting its sole focus on China. On Friday, Mobike laid off its operations teams in APAC, which entailed more than 15 full-ti…
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Mobike Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Mobike founded?

    Mobike was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Mobike key executives?

    Mobike's key executives are Yiping Joe Xia.

  • How many employees does Mobike have?

    Mobike has 578 employees.

  • Who are Mobike competitors?

    Competitors of Mobike include Lime, Ofo and Hello TransTech.

  • Where are Mobike offices?

    Mobike has an office in Singapore.

  • How many offices does Mobike have?

    Mobike has 2 offices.