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Photo listing : bike share

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This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
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Voi escooters and ebikes in Ditton Walk, Cambridge

Voi scooters and bikes have reached Cherry Hinton

Escooters and bike share in Gwydir Street.

Voi ebike and escooters on Parker’s Piece. I took the ebike here out for an 18 minutes ride which cost £3.70. It is electric assist and although the bike feels a little heavy it was easy and fun to ride. There were two problems: the f ... [more]

Voi ebike detail of the handlebars.

Voi ebike detail of the transmission.

The first Voi bike I’ve seen in Cambridge. I already had a Voi account but after ten minutes of trying could not unlock this one. Voi site:

E-scooters are now kept a reasonable distance from the station entry

Integrated transport? bus stop, e-scooter stand and cycle parking.

Pretty sure a Kenbike from London is not supposed to be at the Beehive Centre, Cambridge

Mobikes wait in anticipation of a customer.


Saturday afternoon and used Mobikes cluster around the Grand Arcade entrance.

Cycle parking

Perhaps I should be more enthusiastic about this kind of hire bike, but I can't help feeling I'd rather the space was taken up by cycle racks instead.

Ofo bikes and cycle lockers at Madingley Road Park n Ride

Looks like Mobike has landed in Cambridge. Have they agreed to the code of practice or will there be a mass dump of bikes?

Box bike on the footway in David Street.

Ofo bikes in Cambridge being used by people of all ages

Ofo bike in Thoday Street

Excited to see this new @ofo_bicycleUK cycle parking adding to capacity at Long Road College @cyclelandcam @camcycle @GreaterCambs @LR6FC

Cherry Hinton High Street

Some kind of Ofo delivery going on

ofo representatives, not doing anything much to tell people about their bike-sharing scheme.

Ofo bike at Cambridge station square with front and rear lights. The front light is bolted to the fork and the rear was clamped around the seat post (and was loose).

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