Add Your Wheels to a Rentable Cycle Network That Spans the Globe
From China to Australia, borrow a bike, or turn your own into a rental
In Copenhagen, Denmark, bikes are nearly ubiquitous. The city is laid out for cyclists, and more people commute to work on two wheels than on four. The same is becoming true in ever more cities across the world, but suppose you don’t have room to keep a bike? Suppose you’re a visitor and couldn’t bring a bike with you? Wouldn’t it be handy to open an app and find a nearby bike you can borrow for as long as you need? That’s the idea behind AirDonkey, a Denmark company that recently completed a successful Kickstarter campaign to build a network of bicycles available for rental.
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