HumanForest has launched a new 'Challenges Scheme' to raise awareness amongst its riders about the wider impact that their cycling is having on the environment, as well as their mental and physical health.
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Agustin Guilisasti, CEO and Founder of HumanForest, explains why his company’s approach to bikesharing could be the solution that big cities need to make their transport networks more sustainable.
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At an event on 15 September 2021, HumanForest officially launched its new fleet of 800 zero emission, fully electric bikes that will operate in London.
For Intelligent Transport, Agustin Guilisasti, Founder and CEO of HumanForest, discusses the rising popularity of electric bikes, why shared e-bikes are the future of mobility and how HumanForest is supporting the return of commuters post-pandemic.
HumanForest founder Agustin Guilisasti explains why his company is truly green, and reflects on some of the opportunities and challenges that come with building a new sustainable mobility solution in a city like London.
Having already trialed their e-bikes in the London Boroughs of Islington and Camden, HumanForest is hoping to expand their fleet by 1,500 bikes in the UK capital by July 2021.
HumanForest is seeking to provide Londoners a "a fun, active and sustainable way" to travel in London, as two thirds of car trips made by Londoners could be cycled within the timeframe of the free rides on offer.