Ofo, the worlds first and largest station-free bike sharing platform has just launched in the U.S. and has bikes available in Seattle!
Some of my favorite memories as a kid involved cruising around the neighborhood on my bike with my cousins every summer. Although I outgrew my hot pink mini mountain bike years ago, my love for cruising on two wheels remains.
Right now I don’t have the space to store a bike of my own, so I was really stoked to try ofo bike sharing when it launched in Seattle a few weeks ago.
Ofo is the world’s first and largest station-free bike sharing platform. Seattle is the first U.S. city to get ofo, and the service is ridiculously easy to use. After you get set up on the (super user-friendly) app, all you have to do is locate the nearest bike via GPS, (it only costs $1 per hour to ride), scan the QR code to unlock the bike, and get to riding!
As a casual cyclist, I loved how simple and approachable this platform is. I’ve found ofo is perfect for making short trips around town, all while reducing traffic congestion and carbon emissions. BONUS: It’s an awesome way to stay active – and you guys know I’m all about that.
If you live in the Seattle area, or are planning on taking a trip to Seattle (quick – do it while we still have the sun!), using ofo is a fun, affordable way to explore the city.
Oh, and you know I had to hook you guys up. If you want to try ofo, you can use the promo code “Y0000R” for a free 1-hr ride with ofo.
Now if you don’t mind me, I’ll just be over here reliving the glory days and reminiscing on my hot pink mini mountain bike.
- Have you tried a bike-sharing service?
- What were some of your favorite childhood summer memories?
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by ofo Station-free Bike Sharing. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting The Balanced Berry <3