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A lot of bike share systems suffer from a rebalancing problem. NearByke solves this problem in a green and cost effective way, by incentivizing users to redistribute the bikes themselves.

This live map demonstrates the rebalancing problem in New York:

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NearByke made it to the final of the Paris Living City Awards

13 November 2017

We are pleased to announce that NearByke made it to the top 10 of the Paris Living City Awards, an international startup competition that is part of Grands Prix de L’Innovation.

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NearByke gets selected for Start it @kbc

31 May 2017

We are happy to anounce that NearByke has been selected to be a part of the Start it @kbc community. NearByke entered the incubator programme in May and will be part of it for 12 to 18 months.

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NearByke gets selected for the Watt Factory Accelerator programme

27 March 2017

NearByke was selected as 1 of 13 promising startups to take part in the first Watt Factory Accelerator programme. NearByke was chosen in the domain of Smart Mobility and will be guided on their path towards funding through an individualised programme working on access to funding, customers & partners.

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Nearbyke wins the AE Car Challenge: Smart Cities

20 March 2017

Nearbyke has won the AE Car Challenge, which this year focussed on Smart Cities. Nearbyke’s pitch about their new free-floating bike share system with a unique payment model was elected as winner by the jury.

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