China's largest bike-sharing company has a solution for people vandalizing its bikes
Original story at Mashable• 6 mentions • 1 month ago
Mashable 1 month ago
For all the buzz that the bike-sharing concept gets, the ill-treatment of these bikes gets just as much attention. Because people are terrible. China's Ofo, which has become the first bike-sharing start-up to raise over $1 billion in funding, bears a huge brunt of that burden. SEE ALSO: People are dumping shared bikes in horrible piles Thousands of its bikes have been thrown in piles, found in rivers or locked up behind fences; some by mean-spirited vandals, others by people meaning to hog the bikes for themselves. You're supposed to ride a bike and leave it by the street corner ...