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Two bike sharing companies quit Sydney

Two bike sharing companies quit Sydney

Reddy Go and Ofo bikes will soon no longer be available in Sydney as the companies wind down their operations.

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By AAP 10.07.2018 06:37 AM

Two major share bicycle operators are quitting Sydney, with one reportedly giving bikes away to users for free.

The Australian newspaper reports Reddy Go, which claims to be the only wholly Australian-owned bike share company, informed its members the company was undergoing a restructure and said each user would be able to pick up two free bikes from its storage centre in Alexandria.

Chinese-founded company Ofo said it would end its bikes service in Sydney and Adelaide within the next 60 days to focus on other markets overseas, News Corp Australia reported.

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