Bluegogo is a bicycle-sharing system based in Tianjin, China, founded and owned by Tianjin Luding Technology Co., Ltd. It operates in six Chinese cities, and briefly operated in San Francisco, United States in 2017. The station-less bicycle-sharing system uses a mobile app to unlock bicycles.
Founded in 2014 and based in Beijing, China, ofo is the world’s first and largest station-free bike sharing platform. ofo is committed to providing the best short distance transportation solution, solving the “last mile” transportation problem by turning the last mile into a green, low-emission trip.
To date, ofo has connected more than 10 million bikes to over 200 million users in more than 20 countries: Australia, Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, the Netherlands, the UK, and the US. The platform generates more than 32 million daily transactions and has provided global users in 250+ cities with over 5 billion efficient, convenient, green rides.
Sainul Abudheen K, writing for e27;
Didi Chuxing, one of the largest ride-sharing companies in the world, today said it will launch a bike-sharing brand.
The company has already launched a bike-sharing feature within its app, which hosts its partner brands such as Ofo.
Didi is an investor in Ofo, which recently raised US$700 million in Series E funding round led by Alibaba.
The ride-hailing giant has also signed a partnership to host Bluegogo, another bike-sharing platform. As per some reports, Didi is also an investor in Bluegogo.