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VeoRide is an easy-to-use and adaptable dockless bike share system that allows riders to locate a nearby bike via their smartphone and unlock the joy of bike riding for a quick commute or simply a ride to enjoy the outdoors.

VeoRide prides itself on partnering with the communities we serve by offering a zero-cost, customizable bike share that addresses their transportation needs.

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In the News

VeoRide becomes first bike share on U of I campus

VeoRide becomes first bike share on U of I campus

VeoRide’s stoked to be the first bike share to serve the University of Illinois community! Beginning in early August, this area will be home to the largest concentration of VeoRide bikes to date, with 500 at the start.

VeoRide becomes first bike share on U of I campus

South Coast embraces VeoRide bike share

Since launching a month ago, VeoRiders have racked up nearly 500 miles traversing between Fairhaven and Mattapoisett and to places within each town. And, CO2 emissions have been reduced by 196,664 grams. Not a bad start! We’re thrilled at how the Fairhaven and Mattapoisett community has embraced bike sharing, a success we credit in...
What’s new at KU, Lawrence

VeoRide Comes to Pella, IA

A kernel of an idea from a group of Central College students studying in the sustainability education program has grown into Pella, Iowa’s new bike share program. A robust collaboration of several groups, including the Pella City Council, Central College Staff, Central College Sustainability Students, Pella Wellness Consortium and...
What’s new at KU, Lawrence

What’s new at KU, Lawrence

Since the KU bike share launched in April, organized group rides with free use of VeoRide bikes have helped everyone learn to use the bike share. Some of the rides were focused on teaching bicycle safety, while others paired with groups such as the Center for Sustainability’s Happy Hour Bike Ride. In a couple weeks, the Lawrence Parks...

According to 2016 United States Census information, Fairhaven is a town of just over 16,000 people. Not exactly a place ripe for technology start-up companies. However, VeoRide…

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SouthCoast Today


In 2016, Purdue University students Candice Xie and Edwin Tan were looking for an affordable, easy-to-use means to get around campus…

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Indianapolis Business Journal


VeoRide Inc. launched a dockless bicycle sharing service at Purdue in October. The West Lafayette, Indiana venture is expanding to the University of Kansas and New England College in New Hampshire, according to Purdue officials…

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The chief executive officer of West Lafayette-based VeoRide Inc. says the startup hopes to launch in 20 new markets in 2018. The company, which began at Purdue University last year and is expanding this month…

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Inside Indiana Business