'Money rolling in' for HK's bike-sharing hopeful

Gobee.bike founder Raphael Cohen believes the bike-sharing boom in China will cross the border to the semi-autonomous city — where prices will be much higher.

'Money rolling in' for HK's bike-sharing hopeful

“I’ve spent zero on advertisingand money just keeps coming in.” 

In an artsy office located in Hong Kong’s Sheung Wan, Raphael Cohen, founder of the city’s first station-less bike sharing system, sounded a note of optimism about the chances of the bike-sharing boom spreading from China to Hong Kong.  

Gobee.bike, which rents bikes to users for HK$5 $0.64 per 30 minutes but doesn’t require them to return the...

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