It has been a while since oBike Sydney launched and it hasn’t been without controversies. We already talked about oBike getting all the blame and barely any praise so how and where do they operate?
First, we can start by locations:
oBikes areas served:
University of Sydney
Apparently, many places.
oBikes rates are very affordable as well considering you won’t be riding it for hours; $1.99 for 30 minutes. There is also a deposit that users have to pay upfront, totally refundable. All you need to do is download the oBike app and start riding.
oBike is bike sharing community; the keyword here is “community” so it is in best interests of any oBike user to use the bike appropriately, park it in reasonably and legally for the next rider to find it without any hassles. It is a dockless system after all, we should be taking that into consideration and not exploit the idea of freedom.