Rydies | Updates

By Andreas Nelskamp

New customers and features - Rydies expands product portfolio


Dear Companists,

Rydies has two major new customers and features on its platform. Bike-sharing though Donkey Republic and bike-specific routing via Naviki.


Book bike-sharing from Donkey Republic

As of now, more than 1,500 bike-sharing bikes in 8 cities in Germany and Austria can be found and booked from Donkey Republic via the Rydies platform. Available bikes are displayed via the Rydies platform and connected third-party providers; there is a link to the Donkey App for registration and booking. Until the end of November, new customers will receive 2 hours of travel credit - as will Companists. Simply enter the voucher code RYDIESCF in the payment process and drive off.


Rydies - Donkey Republic


"Rydies offers additional communication and distribution channels for us at relevant websites & apps," says Alexander Frederiksen, Chief of Sales & Partnerships from bicycle-friendly Copenhagen, the headquarters of Donkey Republic.


Bike-specific routing

Using Naviki, you can always find the best bike route - now in combination with Rydies. Naviki offers tailored bike routes for everyday use, leisure, racing, mountain biking, and S pedelec. The Naviki app enables customized bike navigation worldwide.


Rydies - Naviki


During the first cooperation project, Naviki transferred selected data from the Rydies platform using an interface. At www.naviki.org/hannover, a cooperation with the ADFC Hannover, users can determine individual routes to all B+R stations, bike rentals, e-bike charging stations, and other addresses. "With its high-quality data, Rydies offers added value that can be easily integrated into Naviki at the request of business customers," says Naviki Managing Director Achim Hennecke.

Customers of the Rydies portal can also use Naviki routing as a module for their applications.


Kind regards,

Andreas Nelskamp


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