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India Bike Sharing Market To Reach USD 3.02 Billion By Year 2030

The Indian bike-sharing market size was valued at $ 1.2 billion in 2023, and is projected to reach $ 3.02 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 14.1% from 2023 to 2030.

Swati Kalagate
Service Industry
Pristine Intelligence LLP

According to a new report published by Pristine Intelligence LLP, titled, “Bike Sharing Market by Bike Type, Sharing System, and User Type: India Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2023–2030,” the Indian bike-sharing market size was valued at $ 1.2 billion in 2023, and is projected to reach $ 3.02 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 14.1% from 2023 to 2030. The bike-sharing market in India has witnessed substantial growth in recent years, driven by factors such as increasing urbanization, growing awareness about eco-friendly transportation solutions, and government initiatives promoting sustainable mobility. Major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Pune have seen the emergence of various bike-sharing platforms offering docked and dockless options, catering to the diverse needs of commuters and travelers alike.

The market expansion has been fueled by the rising popularity of bike-sharing among commuters for short-distance trips, coupled with advancements in technology that have made bike rentals more convenient and accessible through mobile apps and digital payment systems.

The increasing demand for cost-effective and eco-friendly transportation solutions in congested urban areas. One of the key drivers is the growing emphasis on sustainable mobility, with consumers and governments alike recognizing the benefits of bike-sharing in reducing traffic congestion and pollution. For example, companies like Yulu and Bounce have capitalized on this opportunity by offering convenient and affordable bike-sharing services in major cities like Bangalore and Delhi, addressing the last-mile connectivity challenges faced by commuters.

The emergence of electric bikes (e-bikes) presents a significant opportunity for the Indian bike-sharing market. E-bikes offer a convenient and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional bikes, especially for longer commutes or hilly terrains. Companies like Hero Electric and Ola Electric are already venturing into the e-bike segment, aiming to revolutionize urban transportation by combining bike-sharing with electric mobility. This shift towards e-bikes not only enhances the user experience but also aligns with India's push towards electric vehicles and sustainable transportation solutions.

Global Bike Sharing Market, Segmentation

The Bike Sharing market is segmented based on Bike Type, Sharing System, User Type, and region.

Bike Type:

E-bikes offer assisted pedaling, allowing users to cover longer distances and tackle hilly terrains with ease. This convenience and efficiency make e-bikes an appealing option for both short commutes and leisurely rides. With the growing emphasis on time-efficient transportation, e-bikes provide a practical solution for urban mobility.

Greater Adoption in Urban Areas: E-bikes are particularly well-suited for urban environments, where users often face longer distances between destinations. The electric assistance reduces the effort required, making e-bikes an attractive alternative to traditional bicycles or motor vehicles. In congested cities with limited parking space, e-bikes provide a flexible and convenient mode of transportation.

Sharing System:

In the Indian bike-sharing market, docked-sharing systems represent a popular and practical solution for urban mobility. These systems involve bicycles being stationed at designated docking stations throughout cities or neighborhoods. Users can easily access these bikes by unlocking them from the docks using a mobile app or a membership card. After use, riders return the bikes to any available docking station, ensuring a seamless and organized sharing experience.

The docked sharing system offers several advantages, such as guaranteed bike availability at designated locations, making it convenient for users to find and return bikes without hassle. Additionally, the docking stations often feature amenities like bike repair tools, maps, and information, enhancing the overall user experience and encouraging more people to adopt cycling as a mode of transportation.


The country analysis of the Indian bike-sharing market highlights the dominance of major cities where bike-sharing services are prevalent. Among these cities, New Delhi, as the capital city of India, stands out due to its high levels of urbanization and population density. The city's bustling streets and dense urban landscape create a significant market for bike-sharing services. As urban areas face growing challenges of traffic congestion and air pollution, bike-sharing emerges as an attractive and efficient alternative for short-distance travel in New Delhi.

Some of The Leading/Active Market Players Are-

    • Ola Pedal (India)
    • Yulu (India)
    • Bounce (India)
    • Zoomcar PEDL (India)
    • Vogo (India)
    • Rapido Bike Taxi (India)
    • Mobycy (India)
    • Quick Ride (India)
    • Mybyk (India)
    • SmartBike (India)
    • Metro Bikes (India)
    • Spondre (India)
    • Yano (India)
    • Pedal Town (India)
    • GreenWheel Ride (India)
    • PedL (India)
    • ONN Bikes (India)
    • Momo Bike (India)
    • Bykemania (India)
    • Wicked Ride (India), and Other Major Players.

Key Industry Developments

    • May 2022: Hala, a Hyderabad-based e-bike rental start-up raised USD 1 million; the company has plans to invest this money to 5X their fleet size, improve battery swapping infrastructure, and research and development of new products.
    • January 2022: E-mobility start-up company Vaan Electric Moto Pvt Ltd Unveiled its new E-Bike in India.

Key Findings of the Study 

    • Indian bike-sharing market growth driven by urbanization, eco-awareness, and government support.
    • E-bikes offer a significant opportunity for longer commutes and hilly areas.
    • Docked-sharing systems ensure convenience, organized bike access, and user-friendly amenities.
    • Cities like New Delhi stand out due to high urbanization, creating a strong demand for bike-sharing services.
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