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From 200 To 25,000 Bicycles: How SG Bike Became The Largest Bike-Sharing Firm In S’pore

LTA Refunds Over $570K To Bike-Sharing Firms In S’pore After Revising Licensing Fees

SG Bike Successfully Takes Over Mobike For S$2.54M, Offers Free Rides For A Limited Time

Get Rich Or Die Trying: Here Are 5 Business Ideas That Just Won’t Work In S’pore

Shared Bikes And E-Scooters Never Were, And Never Will Be A Need In S’pore

Anywheel Buys 5,999 Shared Bikes For Almost S$30K To Donate To Needy Students In Myanmar

New S’pore Bike-Sharing Firm Ready To ‘Moov’ – To Launch 1,000 Bikes By End June

Bye-cycle: No More ofo Rides In S’pore As LTA Cancels Its Bike-Sharing Licence

Not A “Cheap Bastard”: oBike Investor On Why He Has Not Repaid S$10M Debt

LTA Suspends Ofo’s License – Orders Removal Of All Bikes By 13 March Or Risk Termination

Ofo Sacks Operations Team In S’pore Without Notice Or Compensation – Still Owes Vendors Over $700K

oBike’s $10M Debt Settlement Drags On As Investor Stands Firm On Demand: “I Asked For Invoices”

ofo, Not Again? Bike-Sharing Firm Mysteriously Vacates S’pore Office, Said To Owe Vendors Over $700k

Mobike Nearly Doubles Its Rental Fees – Claims Price Hike Is Necessary To “Support Supply And Demand”

Ofo Raises Bike-Sharing Prices By Up To 3x Due To LTA Licensing Fees: Rides Under 15 Mins Now Cost $1

GG GBikes: $20M Funds Missing, Failed To Sell To Grab, And Now Their LTA Licence Is Rejected

ofo Awarded LTA Bike Sharing License, But “Disappointed” They Can Only Operate Smaller Fleet Of 25,000 Bikes

An Exclusive Insider Account On Why ofo Left M’sia And So Many Other Markets

Bike-Sharing Firm Ofo Facing Cashflow Issues – Rumoured To Be Acquired By Didi For US$3 Billion

Ofo Singapore Users Complain Of Unauthorised Transactions – One Was Charged $100 “For No Reason”

Only 5 Out Of 8 Bike-Sharing Firms Remain In S’pore – How Many Will Finish The Race?

Following oBike Saga, Mobike Removes $49 Deposit Policy For Existing And New Users In S’pore

oBike Users Fail To Get $49 Deposit Refunds Following Its S’pore Exit – LTA Directs Matter To CASE

End Of The Ride: oBike Ceases Operation In S’pore, Cites Difficulties With LTA Regulations

It’s Payback Time – Logistics Partner To Sell 9,000 Ofo Bikes At $50 Because The Firm Failed To Pay Them

oBike Blames “Technical Lapse” For SVIP Conversion Issue – Reportedly Delaying Refunds Since February

Attention oBike Users – Your $49 Deposit May Have Been “Secretly Converted” Into A SVIP Subscription

New LTA Regulations Will Pressure Bike-Sharing Companies To Be Stricter With Rogue Users

Merge Or Remain Rivals? Prospect Of New Funding Adds Further Uncertainty To Ofo-Mobike Fight

Alibaba Reportedly Invests In Ofo And Hellobike, As Battle For Bike-Sharing Dominance Escalates


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