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Taiwan Bike Sharing Market To Reach USD 401.44 Million By Year 2030

The Taiwan bike-sharing market size was valued at $ 203.4 Million in 2023, and is projected to reach $ 401.44 Million by 2030, registering a CAGR of 10.2% 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: Taiwan Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2023–2030,” the Taiwan bike-sharing market size was valued at $ 203.4 Million in 2023, and is projected to reach $ 401.44 Million by 2030, registering a CAGR of 10.2% from 2023 to 2030. The Taiwan bike-sharing market refers to the ecosystem and infrastructure supporting the rental and usage of bicycles on a short-term basis, typically for urban commuting and leisure purposes. This market encompasses a network of docking stations, smart bikes equipped with GPS and IoT technology, mobile applications for user registration and payment, and backend systems for fleet management and maintenance.

Bike-sharing services in Taiwan are designed to provide convenient, eco-friendly, and affordable transportation options for residents and tourists alike, contributing to sustainable mobility solutions and reducing traffic congestion in urban areas.

Taiwan's bike-sharing market is the government's strong support and initiatives to promote sustainable transportation alternatives. Taiwan has been actively investing in bike-friendly infrastructure, including dedicated lanes, bike parking facilities, and integration with public transportation systems. These efforts are aimed at reducing traffic congestion, air pollution, and carbon emissions, aligning with the country's environmental goals and commitments.

The rise of smart technology and mobile applications has created new opportunities in the bike-sharing market. Operators can leverage these advancements to enhance user experience, streamline operations, and gather valuable data for analytics. Integration with mobile payment systems, GPS tracking, and user feedback mechanisms can improve accessibility and convenience for riders, while also enabling operators to optimize bike distribution, maintenance schedules, and marketing strategies. This convergence of sustainable initiatives and technological innovation presents a promising outlook for the growth and expansion of the bike-sharing market in Taiwan.

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 in Taiwan offer pedal assistance, making it easier for riders to travel longer distances and navigate hilly terrain effortlessly. This added convenience and efficiency make e-bikes an attractive choice for both short commutes and leisurely rides. As the focus on time-saving transportation grows, e-bikes emerge as a practical solution for urban mobility needs.

The adoption of e-bikes is especially prominent in Taiwan's urban areas, where people often need to cover significant distances between locations. The electric assistance significantly reduces the physical effort required, making e-bikes a compelling alternative to traditional bicycles or motorized vehicles. In cities with heavy traffic and limited parking options, e-bikes present a flexible and convenient mode of transport that fits well with the bustling urban lifestyle.

Sharing System:

In Taiwan's bike-sharing landscape, the docked-sharing system stands out as a favored and practical choice for urban travel. This setup entails bicycles stationed at specified docking points spread across cities or localities. Users can effortlessly access these bikes by unlocking them from the docks via a mobile app or a membership card. Upon usage, riders simply return the bikes to any available docking station, ensuring a smooth and organized sharing process.

The docked sharing system brings forth numerous benefits, including assured bike availability at designated spots, simplifying the process for users to locate and return bikes without complications. Furthermore, these docking stations often offer amenities such as bike repair tools, maps, and information services, enriching the overall user journey and motivating more individuals to embrace cycling as a viable transportation option.


In Taiwan, the bike-sharing market is characterized by a diverse range of services and systems, including docked-sharing and dockless options. These bike-sharing solutions cater to the increasing demand for sustainable and convenient urban transportation, offering residents and visitors alike flexible access to bicycles for short trips and leisure rides. With government support, technological advancements, and a growing emphasis on environmental sustainability, the Taiwan bike-sharing market continues to evolve, providing efficient mobility solutions for urban dwellers while promoting healthier and greener commuting alternatives.

Some of The Leading/Active Market Players Are-

    • LoTung Bicycle Sharing (Taiwan)
    • C-Bike (Taiwan)
    • Penghu Bike Sharing (Taiwan)
    • Nextbike (Germany)
    • iBike (Taiwan)
    • HsinTungBike (Taiwan)
    • Bird (US)
    • Bike Hsinchu (Taiwan)
    • TaiMou Bike (Taiwan)
    • Jump (US)
    • Matsu Bike Sharing (Taiwan)
    • YouBike (Taiwan)
    • Ubike (Taiwan), and Other Major Players.

Key Industry Developments

In December 2021, in a past partnership announcement called "Dine on a Lime," TheFork and Lime joined forces to support Melbourne's restaurants and cafes during the COVID-19 pandemic. The initiative aimed to encourage residents and visitors to rediscover the city's vibrant hospitality scene by offering a 50% discount on two e-bike trips to and from the restaurant, along with extra loyalty points for bookings made through TheFork app. This strategic collaboration sought to boost local businesses, provide safe and eco-friendly transportation options, and revitalize Melbourne's dining scene as restrictions eased and daily activities resumed.

Key Findings of the Study 

    • Taiwan bike-sharing market valued at $203.4 million in 2023, projected to reach $401.44 million by 2030 (CAGR of 10.2%).
    • Market defined by infrastructure supporting short-term bike rentals, including docking stations, smart bikes, mobile apps, and fleet management systems.
    • Strong government support for sustainable transportation drives market growth, with investments in bike-friendly infrastructure and environmental goals.
    • Technological advancements like mobile payments, GPS tracking, and user feedback enhance user experience and market expansion.
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