China’s Bicycle sharing WENT INSANE!

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Omni Mino
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During work hour you see them landing everywhere in the city. Afterward, they bike it home and the bikes are all gone. Working hot traffic are jammed and parkings are limited. After work all traffic are jammed reverse way.

Blue Stuff
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a chinese bike sharw company started in vienna (austria, europe) and those bikes are everywhere now!!! many people are complaining right now, because ghe company dont care where you put the bike

ipkyourmom s
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Lies bikes in Holland are the same

Patty S
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Loved the tai chi. Must get back into it!

Allan Main
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If or when you ever leave China you are going realize just how bloody dynamic and diverse that place is. Im a 37 year expat and have experienced some wonderful places. You never realize how good you have had until you leave and then it all sinks in. I have never lived in China but envy your experiences. Of course my All Blacks still kick you fellas arse eh!! Love your videos and even more so the tai chi and highly illegal drone shots.

Sizzlin Moe Sizlack
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why don't people just own their own little bikes lol.

Rajender Rajender
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Me too love bicycle

Sankalp Kumar
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Whole chinese economy is fake economy..and fake banks.

WEBescapade
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The Chinese were always mad about bikes this is not really new in China. Yes, the modern industry associated with bikes can be something new.

_ Cherly
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Those companies they make money from the big data the users provide, the ads in the app, and the connections with the other e-sellers. No logic at all that you mock one thing gets popular and everyone starts to do it in China and relate to the copy thing. 低端黑lol.

David Barry
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Great to see the Tai Chi. When I was in Beijing, last year, I didn't see any Tai Chi (except one great afternoon at the back of the White Cloud Daoist Temple) practiced in the parks. Locals told me that people hardly do it anymore outside because of the pollution. So it must still be common in Shenzhen! Cool.

Monk Wales
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Typical. China discovers chocolate, next day there is no chocolate.

james chang
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Nice one! It's like everything else in China, a quick money nation and RUN FOR YOUR CASH.

Leonard Wong
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Personally…….Not into the rent bike thing. Prefer my own or public transport. It's rather irritating to see these bikes parked anywhere and everywhere obstructing roads, paths etc. Also… I don't know how many thousands of other sweaty people (after exercising/cycling) have gripped the handlebars….yeuch. Do they clean the bikes? Seats? grips?….might want to work that hygiene issue out. I can understand if people like this system though.. To each his own.

葡萄皮皮虾
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他们用押金赚钱,比如说你常用mobike,押金299。正常情况下,你是不会把押金取出来的。Mobike已经有一亿用户了 那光押金就有300亿,不取出来的话。这些钱可以做一些稳定投资的,所以主要是靠押金赚钱,先阶段来讲

Coaster Labs
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You find a bike……..And then abandon them on someone's lawn like in my neighborhood.

pl0x
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They actually make money through the fact people have to pay a deposit. Most do not refund the deposit after usage

ben smith
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What about "Women sharing?"

Thomas Lai
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very well done videos. wondering about business model too. as crappy as those bikes are. still can't just make back the money from rental. taking deposit to invest is one, any other ideas?

Paul Cycle
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You should do a whole video on the Chinese martial arts

TheMumblingDumpling
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I saw bikes thrown in bushes for so long they had vines growinga round them… I even saw a bike hung on lines for drying laundry… Insane!

WingChroniam
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Have they considered shipping them to the United States to encourage more biking? HERE shared biking, at least in Oregon, it costs money.

Mtaalas
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I like the fact, that China maybe starts to understand why we put up regulations and laws before something happens and not afterwards… It's much less hassle, if we require company like this to ask for permission, and pay proper fees per every unit of bike they put on the streets and that they're liable for any damage or illegal parking etc… and not just like "oh, you want to put 900000 bikes on our city streets with no plan or liability? go ahead!"

There's bad regulation, and there's good regulation, but no regulation isn't good regulation.

therandomdot
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When a new business model hits, what happens is a massive flood of competitors to the market all vying for the same customer demographic. What may happen is that the customer demographic expands as quickly as the businesses pop up, b/c the new technology, product, service, whatever is gaining traction as more and more people find out and adopt it. However, you eventually reach a cusp of customers … some folks try it, don't like it, drop off as customer demographic… eventually the customer demographic stabilizes. But, you still see a flood of competitors showing up, b/c everyone wants a… Read more »
Alex Kalmar
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I think the city needs to either license a permit to one or two companies, max, or limit the amount of bikes each company is allowed to have in the streets, at a given time.

Song Li
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Ofo and Limebike just launched in Malden, Massachusetts.

Easy Money
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I made it.lol

Kostis Vin
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this is hilarious, do they think at all hahaha ! the graveyards of bikes by the way are amazing

Bob Loblaw
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Winston why dont you just go to hollywood and be in movies your like an awesome jason statham type dude, you could be the next transporter!

Tim Brindley
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those mobikes look the same as the bikes here in north texas too.also here we have them for rent to get around on. its a idea to save on gas and to cut down on air polution.

sculpter
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these giant investment scams always exist everyday. ever heard of UBER? ever heard of Elizabeth Holmes? pure BS businesses that cannot generate a profit, but the upper management is making billions of dollars from using their investors' money in "administration fees". if they had stocks, they're paradise for short sellers

Hank Harvey
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when you say when the bike fall down. no one help it. how about you ?you are human being. but did not see you help it .

wessel21
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Of course I am watching all of your clips until the end.
It is rare Today to have a clip without begging for subscriptions and thumbs up plus wasted time for ads. Already for this you deserve support.
Thank you for all the facts and opinions delivered.

04dram04
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I really shocked to see so many people using this. I would think Chinese would think a bike would look to poor, to ride.

Jason Li
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huh, i know news about a mobye bike in Manchester was trown by a a old man, western countries does not really care of public properties

Benji Grec
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It's such a funny outcome! I was riding them in February. How is it now?

Mortiis558
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I liked the extra footage at the end, you should add random stuff you find to the end of every video like this.

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