[ TO] BIKE - the bike sharing [ TO]Bike service offers more than 140 stations scattered around the city from which to pick up and deposit rental bikes. Various subscription options are available: annual € 25, weekly € 8 or daily € 5. The use is free for rides of less than 30 minutes, even several times a day, after which the rate provided for by your subscription formula is applied by scaling the amount from the credit on the card. To access the service you need to be a credit card holder. For more information and other types of subscription visit the website www.tobike. it . Green Line 800 548040. Store [ TO]Bike Via Santa Chiara, 26/ f. Open Mon- Fri 10am-7pm.
MOBIKE – this ‘ free floating' system allows you to book a bike via a smartphone App, identify the position of the bike nearest to you and then leave it in any authorized parking area in the city. Cost: 1 euro deposit, and 0.30 euros every 30 minutes. For more informations visit www. mobike.com.
OFO – Ofo, the world largest station- free bike sharing company, has launched in Turin. Operating across 180 cities worldwide, Ofo's mission is to provide a convenient, affordable and low carbon method of travel. Users can download an App on their smartphone to find nearby bikes and scan the QR code located on either the frame or smart lock to unlock them. The company's yellow bikes have airless tyres (to prevent punctures) and a 3- speed gear shift. Costs: 0.20 euros for the first half hour; 0.30 euros for the second half hour; 0.50 euros for every 30 minutes thereafter and 5 euros per day.
For more informations visit www. ita.ofo.com
OBIKE - oBike is a global leader in bike- sharing without stations offering an innovative service for short distance transport. The platform is currently present on 3 different continents for a total of 26 states and over 40 cities worldwide. The app, which can be downloaded comfortably on your smartphone, allows users to locate and rent bicycles using a completely innovative