Nextbike, a Germany-based international bicycle rental company, launches service in Kyiv this month.
Friday, August 10, 2018

Nextbike, a Germany-based international bicycle rental company, launches service in Kyiv this month.

Nextbike, a Germany-based international bicycle rental company, launches service in Kyiv this month. Already in Lviv and 150 other cities in 25 countries around the world, Nextbike has posted on its new Ukrainian/English website a map of 27 locations in Kyiv where people can rent bicycles. The service requires users to have a Nextbike smartphone application connected to a bank account. Scanning a QR code at a rental station unlocks a bicycle. A rental costs UAH 30 — $1.10 — for every 30 minutes. A 3-monyh season pass valid until Nov. 30 costs UAH 599 — $22. Nextbike has opened an office at Dehtyarivs’ka 51B, near the US Embassy.

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