QR code is everywhere in our lives; this 2-dimensional barcode is often found in print works and can get you to open URLs quickly. It’s only been lately that we use our phone to scan a QR code we find,….Read More
U-bicycle officially rolled out its bikes in September in the City of Richmond and we can’t be more excited to provide our service to the Richmond community. We are just getting started in Richmond after a month of full operation and we plan to deploy more bikes in the city.Read More
Engaging the World is Simon Fraser University’s motto; founded by a team of SFU graduates, U-bicycle keeps this motto at heart while engaging with various cities, locals, tourists and organizations to connect with the community.Read More
Dockless bike share, which helped to alleviate city traffic congestion, has been a success. They are great for trips a bit longer than walking distance and shorter than driving distance. However, they do require some effort to get up those hills.Read More
Cycling in a new city can be confusing, especially for tourists. I am currently residing in Vancouver, and just recently, I took a trip out to Victoria to try out the U-bicycles! In the beginning, I was nervous about cycling in a city I wasn't familiar with; however, I quickly learned some new rules and regulations that I would love to share for with the U-bicycle community!
Our U-bicycle team is what pedals our organization forward, and we have one individual, which we could not have launched our service without, Victoria’s head of operations, Raviv!Read More