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5 Rental Startups That Cleared The Par and Now on The Roll


The rise of bike rental startups across the world has brought a great opportunity for all bike enthusiasts to travel anywhere they want affordably and conveniently. When you are in a new city for a few days, you can rent a bike of your choice and visit the famous places in the city. A great benefit of renting a bike is that you don’t have to worry about the maintenance part; you can enjoy your journey without unnecessary worries. As they say that history repeats itself, the old days are coming back! After car-sharing and hailing cabs, now is the time for using mobile apps to share the bike.

Do you want to ride a bike on the weekend, but you don’t own a bike? Fret not; you can just rent it out. Take it wherever you want! Mobile renting apps are specifically designed to solve the problem. The rider gets all the information about the type of bike and the place where you can pick it up. There must be people in your circle, who use Ride Sharing App.

Below we are mentioning 5 bike rental startups that have made it big.

ONN Bikes



ONN Bikes allows you to rent a bike without any hassle. You just have to download the app and to help determine your location, turn on geolocation. Select a country and city. And date and time when you want to ride a bicycle. You will see all the available bikes in the app on that date. You will be able to see the price and features of bikes, and you can choose the one you like. 

After that, you have to confirm the reservation, and you will receive your bike on time. You can choose the payment method; the app supports several payment methods. The main menu will present you with all events and bookings.




Spin has its headquarters in San Francisco, California. Spin is a popular bicycle-sharing service in the United States.

The dockless bike system allows users to park within a defined district at a bike rack. The company enables users to rent the bike via their mobile app. Spin came into existence in 2016; it is a relatively new company that began its service in Seattle with 500 cycles. In the very first week of its business, the company registered a remarkable 5000 rides.

The company offers riders a three-speed bicycle equipped with GPS and cellular modems.




The jump was launched in 2013. It started its e-bike service in Washington, D.C, and after that, it partnered with Uber in San Francisco. Now, Jump, and Uber are official partners. It allows its users to boost their bikes to reach 20 miles per hour. It’s a great feature for those who want to cycle uphills.