Ahmedabad, June 2022: India’s leading bike-sharing service MYBYK is set to host a one-of-its-kind festival MYFEST to celebrate World Cycling Day and its 8th Anniversary. The festival will be held at Lavish Greens, SBR, Ahmedabad, from 6.30pm onwards
On its eighth anniversary, MYBYK has come up with a video campaign celebrating its journey. In the video, Ahemdabad residents are asked about the impact of MYBYK in their lives. The residents recall MYBYK ‘s contribution to the Riverfront and its commitment to sustainability and affordability.
Founded in Ahmedabad, the startup is currently present in 8 cities and is aiming to expand its presence to 20 cities and 1,00,000 bikes in the next 12 months.
The fest at Ahmedabad aims to celebrate the joy of cycling and give something back to its residents, wherein the startup has received an overwhelming response. Besides the epic ride, the fest will be a medley of live band performances, fun games and activities, RJs and entertainment. The entry is open to all at a nominal fee. Tickets can be booked at allevents.in
The event is in association with Hungrito Food Fest, Energy Partner – Monster Energy, Dessert Partner – Huber & Holly and Social Media Partner – Ahmedabad Live.
On occasion, Arjit Soni, Founder & CEO, MYBYK, said: “We are committed to redefining the urban mobility landscape in the country by creating an example out of Amdavad – India’s first bicycle capital. More than 2.5L Amdavadis have experienced MYBYK and MYFEST is another step to bring together this cycling community of Ahmedabad in a show of strength and support for cycling in the city.”
MYBYK is India’s largest and most successful pedal & electric bicycle-sharing service and the brainchild of entrepreneur Arjit Soni. The company boasts of a total fleet size of 10,000+ cycles spread across Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Kochi, Indore, Udaipur & Rajkot. Its notable projects include Ahmedabad Smart City PBS, Mumbai Metro Bicycle Feeder Service, Reliance Industries Limited (Jamnagar Refinery), IIT Bombay and many other campuses.