MindMap

MindMap

Micromobility offers significant advantages and some disadvantages. The Rideables.org team have put all key information into a single mindmap for quick reference, covering the rental business model and private ownership, key facts, and links to media articles. ...
A Missed Opportunity

A Missed Opportunity

There are now many new and innovative forms of personal electric Rideables on the market and predictably the vast majority are designed and manufactured in China. Uniwheel was a British “start up” company which designed and manufactured an electric unicycle which was...
Effective mobility for people with injuries and disabilities.

Effective mobility for people with injuries and disabilities.

By Rob Hitch More people around the world are recognising Rideables as an easily implementable and effective way of tackling congestion and climate change. What many people do not realise, is that Rideables may be able to replace mobility scooters for people with...
Electric Scooters Could Reduce City Journey Times

Electric Scooters Could Reduce City Journey Times

We all hate sitting in traffic when the roads in our cities are congested. Slow journey times, traffic noise, increased stress and pollution… and then trying to find somewhere to park once you arrive. Mircomobility devices (electric scooters, electric unicycles,...
France Introduces New Rules for Rideables

France Introduces New Rules for Rideables

The BBC reports that France has recently issued updated regulations for the use of Rideables. Rideables.org is a nonprofit organization formed to promote the responsible use of alternative means of transport. We believe that the UK should be leading the way in urban...
London Air Pollution Breaks Legal Limits

London Air Pollution Breaks Legal Limits

According to government statistics within the UK around 83% of the population live in urban areas. Pollution and poor air quality have an adverse effect on the health and wellbeing of those living in our towns and cities. The UK and the European Union publish limits...