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How GoBikes Is Changing Student Travel


As we head towards Unlocks and re-energise the consumer economy, visiting all those new spots is sure to become a norm again. But for social distancing, public transportation might just not be the answer. So, we bring a rather interesting alternative for you.


Harsh Srivastava

Ex-GoBikes | MBA Student, IMT Ghaziabad

As we head towards Unlocks and re-energise the consumer economy, visiting all those new spots is sure to become a norm again. But for social distancing, public transportation might just not be the answer. So, we bring a rather interesting alternative for you.

The bike rental concept is nothing new to the young generations. If you have ever been to Goa, you must have hired a scooter to get around the city. The bike rental market is growing exponentially, and the demand for two-wheelers has never been more in the cities with massive tourism than today. With a lot of orders should come a supply that creates a balance in the market.

Before looking at the benefits of GoBikes and why it could be the best option for you, I would like to give a little introduction about myself. My name is Harsh Srivastava, and I am an incoming MBA student at IMT Ghaziabad. I have spent my last year building GoBikes and explored various locations in the Delhi NCR region. So I consider myself better positioned to give you all these new insights.

I love food and traveling, and so would many of you. Some of the best food joints of INDIA lie in its heart – Delhi.

Here is the link to the top 50 food joints in Delhi.

I have tried almost all of the food joints and trust me when I say this- “The best orgasm is foodgasm.”

Now, a lot of you might say, Yeah but! ” We don’t have vehicles to roam around easily!.” This was one question that I faced when I first came to Delhi. To cut through all the mumbo jumbo and giving it to you straight, for every Rs. 100 spent on food, I had to spend approx. Rs. 300 on the cabs to explore such a diverse list of food joints.

But what if you are not a foodie and have to go to a single place to hang out and enjoy the scenery. Yes, this article is for you too. The Travelers.

Here is the list of some serene places around Delhi that you could cover on your weekend.

So without taking much of your time. Let’s talk business. GoBikes offers self-drive two-wheelers at the cost of a single cab ride, but for the whole day! The primary offering is an Activa 3G that costs around ~ Rs.450 and returns 35-40 kmpl.

It is a reasonably new startup and celebrates the culture of innovation, thinking outside the box, and is committed to ensuring the best quality service for its users. On the GoBikes website, renting Bike/Scooty in Delhi/NCR is super easy with clear step by step instructions for the entire booking process. A user-friendly approach to make automated online bookings as easy and affordable as possible.

The GoBikes catalog is vast and deals with scooty, scooters, and motorbikes from Activa to Hayabusa. We have a wide range of geared, non-geared two-wheelers and scooters for rent. Here at GoBikes, we have various plans starting from daily to monthly. Explicitly designed to cater to the consumer’s wide-ranging needs. The demand for deposits is minimal, that is, 3000/-. Looking forward, to seeing your Delhi stories soon.

For those of you who missed our very “subtle” link positioning for GoBikes, here it is especially for you – https://gobikes.co.in

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