Tag: oBike

LessWalk project by S’porean delivers first batch of bicycles to Myanmar students

Singapore – NTU graduate Mike Than Tun Win, through his initiative called LessWalk, has successfully delivered the first batch of bicycles to Myanmar in...

Student with a big heart

Singapore – An NTU graduate had a great idea to help those living below the poverty line and turned his concept into reality. Mike...

This is what has happened to oBikes

oBike, a prominent bicycle sharing service, announced on June 25 that it will be stopping its service in Singapore. It said that it was...

More than 3,000 disgruntled clients seeking oBike refunds, many frustrated with tedious online process

So far, more than 3,000 people have pursued refunds from beleaguered bike-sharing company oBike, which ceased operations in Singapore late last month. The number...

oBike using customer deposits to fund operations “unethical and unacceptable”, Donald Low gets in...

The President of the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE), Lim Biow Chuan, released a statement earlier today with regards to bike-sharing firm oBike’s misappropriation...

Video on how to dismantle oBike lock garners mixed reactions from netizens – dismantle...

A video has been circulating on social media showing viewers how to dismantle the locking mechanism of an oBike for personal use. While the video...

oBike deposits might be gone, but there are always Mobike deposits

After the bike-sharing firm oBike ceased its operations in Singapore on Monday, its customers went into a frenzy trying to get their deposits of...

oBike’s deposit refund button on app mysteriously disappeared, company now in liquidation

Yesterday, co-founder of obike Edward Chen announced to reporters that matters in Singapore are being dealt with by the “local team and also the...

oBike urges users to use their services with GrabCycle, but the latter explains partnership...

Earlier today, bike sharing operator oBike announced the immediate ceasing of its operations in Singapore In a statement released online, they cite “difficulties foreseen” with...

Bike-sharing companies might have to cycle out of Singapore markets due to new legislation

After a tough fight with legislation, bike-sharing companies such as Ofo and GBike were unable to maintain the size of current operations, leading to...
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