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Welcome to the new-look nextbike newsletter! Here you'll find the latest news from around the globe in a much more readable format. As ever, though, we need your input so get in touch with us so we can share news in your territory with the nextbike community.

Latest news

Nextbike has fulfilled a long-term ambition to launch a scheme in Latin America with the recent introduction of the Yoy fleet in Mexico.

Our fleet in Split, Croatia, has increased from 80 bikes to 300 after the effects of the pandemic saw a huge increase in demand.

Anyone looking to transport larger items should check out nextbike’s new cargo bikes in Freiburg, Mannheim, Braunschweig und Bochum. 

Two new schemes were launched this summer, boosting our German network of fleets.

Nextbike Germany has introduced a new flat rate to help keep people active through the winter as an immune system booster.

Nextbike is European market leader in bike sharing. We like to share and thus mobilise millions of people in a sustainable way.

The first public electric bike share scheme in Wales has been launched in Penarth by nextbike UK.

Success in Ukraine

As nextbike’s global network continues to grow, we’ve always found that success breeds success – where one city introduces bike-share to great acclaim, other areas want to get in on the act.

The same is definitely true of Lviv in Ukraine, which is already receiving admiring glances from its neighbours after a hugely successful introduction.

Sponsorship deal is music to our ears

Sponsorship is certainly a key part of the nextbike business model, with some of the world’s biggest companies signing up to nextbike schemes. Global banking giant Santander sponsor the nextbike scheme in Milton Keynes, Visa sponsor Frankfurt and Vodafone have been signed up as sponsors of our bikes in Ukraine.

A studios approach to bike-share

nextbike’s pioneering work with universities across Germany shows there is as much appetite for bikeshare in smaller locations as there is in the big cities. Indeed, getting around a sprawling campus makes more sense on two wheels and car ownership among 18-21-year-olds is at a record low.

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