Bike Sharing Grows Up Analysis

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Amy Westervilte’s article “Bike-Sharing Grows Up: New Revenue Models Turn a Nice Idea into Good Business” explains how well bike sharing is to helping the community and local businesses. When Amy was young Bike-Sharing started out in her home town in California but due to the lack of thought and bad organization the bike sharing program was a failure and was tossed out. Then latter on Paris decided to try out the Bike Sharing Program but California thought it would fail, but in Paris it succeeded because they were better organized, had a better bike design, and location that where easy for people to find and return the bikes. The founder of Cycle Chalao decided to start his business in India, he started with one station that had 30 bike within