2016 is a year destined to be included in the Chinese Internet, and even in the chronicle of Chinese social development.
In that year, a group of shared bicycle companies that told stories about the sharing economy stepped onto the stage with the spotlight, and the streets and alleys were filled with shared bicycles in various colors of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, blue and purple.” With the surge in the number of bicycles, the "wind outlet theory" has also become more and phone number list more clamorous, and reputation and controversy have followed. Some people say it is a promoter of green travel, and some people say it is fake sharing and real leasing.
But one thing is undeniable, that is, shared bicycles have greatly changed the way Chinese people travel at that time, making cycling a trend again.
It's a pity that the good times did not last long, but only two short years. As Mobike sold itself to Meituan, ofo and Didi failed to negotiate and were on the verge of bankruptcy. These two peerless arrogances who broke through the siege in the Hundred Regiments War ended hastily on the stage of history in this way, also declaring "sharing" The story of "economy" has come to an end, and "chaos" and "disorder" may be people's last impressions of shared bicycles.
It seems that there is a lot of chicken feathers left, but in fact it is still surging. The competition for users' short-distance efficient and convenient travel market, or the competition for two-wheel travel demand has also entered a new period.