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SG Bike has grown to become Singapore's largest bike-sharing player after its acquisition of Mobike with a fleet size of 25,000 bicycles.

Published 2021-01-22 16:49:38
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The bike-sharing landscape in Singapore has seen a boom and bust over the years.

Back in 2017, it was saturated with seven bike-sharing players but many also exited the market within a few years.

Out of that seven players, only two are still standing strong today — Anywheel and SG Bike.

SG Bike has since grown to become the largest bike-sharing player in Singapore after its acquisition of Mobike with a current fleet size of 25,000 bicycles.

It Started Out With 200 BicyclesSean Tay (left) and Benjamin Oh (right) / Image Credit: SG BikeFounded by Singaporeans Benjamin Oh, Sean Tay and David Lim, SG Bike was launched in August 2017 with a small fleet size of 200 bicycles at Holland Bukit Panjang.

 
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