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Micromobility platform HumanForest records its highest ever e-bike usage in London

HumanForest recorded the highest ever usage of its electric bikes in London last month. The micromobility platform said it is expecting the numbers to continue to grow, as it opens more London boroughs and launches the first of its cycle training academies. HumanForest users completed a record 150,000 trips in London …

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HumanForest launches ‘CO2 Saver’ challenge for riders

HumanForest has created a new Challenges Scheme to encourage sustainable wellbeing amongst its riders. Its first challenge, the ‘CO2 Saver’, aims to encourage each user to avoid emitting one kilo of CO2 by riding HumanForest e-bikes. By opting into these challenges, each rider will be able to monitor the amount …

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HumanForest partners with Deliveroo to offer London delivery riders accessible and sustainable transport

HumanForest has partnered with food delivery company Deliveroo. The partnership, which commenced yesterday, 12th January, offers Deliveroo riders a new and affordable payment model, aiming to boost sustainable delivery across London on HumanForest’s e-bike platform. Deliveroo riders will have access to the e-bike platform by purchasing bundles of minutes as …

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HumanForest launches loyalty programme to reward Londoners for each mile cycled

Shared e-bike provider HumanForest has launched its TreeCoin Loyalty Programme, rewarding Londoners for each mile they cycle. The scheme allows users to earn ‘TreeCoins’ based on the number of miles they ride with HumanForest. TreeCoins can then be exchanged for extra free minutes riding on HumanForest e-bikes. The concept is …

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Micromobility platform launches innovative local delivery service for businesses 

A micromobility platform in London has launched a new sustainable delivery service for businesses in the capital, with a unique payment system. HumanForest, a London-based shared transport company, is offering last-mile delivery service that lets businesses utilise its shared e-bikes for quick and eco-friendly deliveries.  The new system will let …

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HumanForest users clock up 70,000 miles in capital

HumanForest users have clocked up 70,000 miles on the capital’s roads, a month after the launch in London. The success of the micromobility solution throughout September and into October comes in the run-up to COP26, where Governments will set out their commitments as to how they can reduce carbon emissions …

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HumanForest launches new e-bike fleet in London

HumanForest has launched its new fleet of 800 e-bikes in London. At an event officially launching the e-bikes yesterday morning, HumanForest’s founder and CEO Agustin Guilisasti was joined by Dr Alex George, the Prime Minister’s Mental Health Ambassador, and Destiny Boka Bates, co-founder of air pollution campaign Choked Up, to …

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HumanForest raises £2.3 million at close of pre-series A funding round

HumanForest has raised £2.3 million at the close of its pre-series A funding round. The company, founded by former-Cabify lead Agustin Guilisasti and backed by Cabify founders Juan de Antonio and Vicente Pascual, has announced the funding ahead of its launch in London this September. HumanForest e-bikes operate a unique …

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HumanForest partners with digital wealth manager Nutmeg

E-bike sharing app HumanForest has partnered with digital wealth manager Nutmeg. The deal will see Nutmeg benefit from HumanForest’s advertising-led revenue model, where consumers receive an advert from partners before and after using a HumanForest e-bike. This model allows customers to ride for free for ten minutes each day and …

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HumanForest to launch new fleet of e-bikes in London this summer

HumanForest is to launch its new fleet of e-bikes in London this summer, following a pilot last year. The bikes have long-range, swappable batteries. To make rides affordable and accessible, HumanForest’s advertising revenue model means users will receive 10 minutes free every day. Customers will then pay £0.15 per minute …

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