Rydies | Updates

By Andreas Nelskamp

The Ride goes on - Rydies campaign is extended


Dear Companists,

We are pleased to inform you that we have extended the investment period to 18 January 2019. As we exceeded the 100,000 EUR investment threshold on the home straight with your help, we were able to extend the funding period to a full 4 months.

Thanks to your support we can further intensify our activities and will soon start with further customers and projects. Stay tuned!

At fairs like Hypermotion in Frankfurt and events like "Public bicycle rental systems - no end of dynamics" this week we will continue and exhibit our dialogue with numerous actors from cities, public transport companies and mobility providers.


Rydies - Fahrradvermietsysteme

Many greetings



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