From cars to scooters, shared mobility has evolved considerably over the years, becoming one of the first options for residents looking for greater security and lower costs without including the long-term commitment that their own means of mobility implies. Faced with overpopulation and the number of cars, this trend is presented as a viable and planet-friendly alternative.
The main objective of the urban electric bicycle is not physical exercise per se, but to provide a sustainable mobility solution, as well as an easier and more economical way to get around.
Without realizing it, thanks to the massive consumption of fossil fuels that comes with everyone having their own car, we caused the acceleration of global warming that we are trying to combat today.
Shared mobility has surpassed a market value of more than US$60 billion worldwide and is estimated to grow by 20 percent annually.