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France Bike Sharing Market To Reach USD 100.79 Million By Year 2030

The France Bike Sharing Market size was reasonably estimated to be approximately USD 71.92 Million in 2023 and is poised to generate revenue over USD 100.79 Million by the end of 2030, projecting a CAGR of around 4.94% from 2023 to 2030.

Swati Kalagate
Service Industry
Pristine Intelligence LLP

Market Overview:

The France Bike Sharing Market size was reasonably estimated to be approximately USD 71.92 Million in 2023 and is poised to generate revenue over USD 100.79 Million by the end of 2030, projecting a CAGR of around 4.94% from 2023 to 2030.

The bike-sharing market in France has been experiencing steady growth in recent years. With an increasing focus on sustainable and eco-friendly transportation options, bike-sharing services gained popularity among residents and visitors in major cities across the country. The French government and local authorities showed strong support for bike-sharing initiatives as part of their efforts to promote sustainable transportation and reduce pollution in urban areas. Funding and incentives were often provided to bike-sharing operators to expand their services and improve infrastructure.

France had several established bike-sharing companies operating in various cities. Some of the prominent players included Vélib' in Paris, Vélo'v in Lyon, Vélo Bleu in Nice, Bluecub in Bordeaux, and Bicloo in Nantes. These companies provided access to bikes through docking stations strategically placed in urban areas, making it convenient for users to rent and return bicycles for short-term rides. One of the notable trends in the French bike-sharing market was the increasing adoption of electric bikes (e-bikes). Many bike-sharing services introduced e-bikes to their fleets, offering users an alternative to traditional bicycles for longer distances and hilly terrains.

Top Key Players Covered in The Bike-Sharing Market:

    • Vélib' (France)
    • Vélo'v (France)
    • Vélo Bleu (France)
    • Bluecub (France)
    • Bicloo (France)
    • Velib' Métropole (France)
    • Pony Bikes (France)
    • Indigo Weel (France)
    • Lime (US)
    • Jump Bikes (US)
    • Bird (US)
    • Tier (Germany)
    • VOI Technology (Sweden)
    • Donkey Republic (Denmark)
    • Dott (Netherlands)
    • Oribiky (France)
    • Zoov (France)
    • BleeperBike (Ireland)
    • Cityscoot (France)
    • Smoove (France) and Other Major Players.

Market Dynamics and Factors:           

Government support and initiatives have been significant drivers for the bike-sharing market in France. The French government, along with local authorities, recognized the importance of promoting sustainable transportation options to address urban mobility challenges and environmental concerns. Consequently, they implemented various measures to encourage the growth and adoption of bike-sharing services. The government provided financial incentives to bike-sharing operators to establish and expand their services. These incentives included grants, subsidies, and funding opportunities that helped reduce the initial investment costs and encouraged private companies to enter the bike-sharing market.

Leveraging bike-sharing as a tourist attraction presents a valuable opportunity for the bike-sharing market in France. By strategically promoting and positioning bike-sharing services as an integral part of the tourist experience, operators can attract more tourists to use their services, benefiting both the local economy and sustainable transportation initiatives. Implement targeted marketing campaigns that showcase bike-sharing as a fun and convenient way for tourists to explore the city's iconic landmarks, historical sites, and scenic routes. Highlight the flexibility of bike-sharing, allowing tourists to customize their itineraries and discover hidden gems at their own pace.

The Bike Sharing Market Report highlights:

    • By Bike Type, the E-bike segment is Anticipated to Dominate the Market Over the Forecast Period. E-bikes have gained popularity worldwide due to their convenience and ease of use. These bikes offer electric assistance, making cycling less physically demanding and appealing to a broader range of users, including those who may not be regular cyclists.
    • By Sharing System, the dockless segment dominated the market, accounting for major market revenue over the forecast period. Major market players opt for the dockless bike sharing concept owing to the lesser overall expenditure than a docked sharing system and the low capital required to set up the dock less system.

Key Industry Development:

In July 2023, Swedish micromobility provider, Voi, and Berlin-based Battery-as-a-Service provider, Swobbee, announced a three-year partnership aimed at improving the efficiency and sustainability of battery swapping for e-scooter sharing. Building on their successful collaboration in previous projects, the companies planned to establish charging and swapping stations across Europe.

In April 2021, Dott, the European micromobility company, announced that it had signed an $85 million Series B funding round led by Sofina, a Belgium-based investment company listed on Euronext Brussels and a supportive partner of entrepreneurs and families managing growing companies, and co-led by Estari, a growth equity investor in European sustainability technology leaders.

The Bike Sharing Market Segmentation:

By Bike Type

    • Traditional Bike
    • E-bike

By Sharing System

    • Docked
    • Dockless

By User Type

    • Tourists and Visitors
    • Regular Commuters

For this report, Pristine Intelligence has segmented the Bike Sharing Market based on region:

Regional Outlook (Revenue in USD Million; Volume in Units, 2023-2030)

 North America

    • The U.S.
    • Canada
    • Mexico

Eastern Europe

    • Russia
    • Bulgaria
    • The Czech Republic
    • Hungary
    • Poland
    • Romania
    • Rest of Eastern Europe

Western Europe

    • Germany
    • UK
    • France
    • Netherlands
    • Italy
    • Spain
    • Rest of Western Europe

Asia Pacific

    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • Singapore
    • Australia
    • New-Zealand
    • Rest of APAC

Middle East & Africa

    • Turkey
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Qatar
    • UAE
    • Israel
    • South Africa

South America

    • Brazil
    • Argentina
    • Rest of SA
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