Superpedestrian is developing lightweight networked vehicles that offer a competitive alternative to cars, and connect drivers, riders, and sensors with the built environment in new ways. The Company gets its origin from a technology called the Copenhagen Wheel, a self-contained unit that includes a motor, batteries, a computer, and a dozen sensors. It powers the rider so that cycling great distances and climbing hills becomes effortless.

Cambridge, US
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53 (est)
Superpedestrian was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Cambridge, US
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Key People/Management at Superpedestrian

Assaf Biderman

Assaf Biderman

Founder & CEO
Gil Arbel

Gil Arbel


Superpedestrian Office Locations

Superpedestrian has an office in Cambridge
Cambridge, US (HQ)
84 Hamilton St
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Superpedestrian Financials and Metrics

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Total Funding

$41.7 m

Latest funding size

$16.50 m

Time since last funding

a month ago


Superpedestrian's latest funding round in May 2018 was reported to be $16.5 m. In total, Superpedestrian has raised $41.7 m
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Superpedestrian News and Updates

This company wants to put “brains” in electric scooters and bikes to keep riders safer

Superpedestrian, a Cambridge, Ma.-based company, has been known until now for its electric Copenhagen wheel, which a user attaches to his or her bikes and operates through an app. It’s essentially a circular unit that houses a motor, a battery and sensors and is placed in the middle of the rear whee…

Tony Fadell-backed Superpedestrian raises $16.5 million to deploy its bike-sharing tech

Superpedestrian announced today that has raised a $16.5 million round to continue developing its technologies for electric bike-sharing companies. Based near Boston, the transportation robotics company is known for creating the Copenhagen Wheel, which contains a small motor that is rechargeable, ess…
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