Chinese bike-sharing titan Mobike Technology Co Ltd and World Resources Institute on Friday released the world’s first report on shared bikes and the sustainable development of cities.
According to the report, London and Sydney reported the fastest and slowest cycling speed on weekdays, respectively, with an average speed of 9.5 km/h and 7.2 km/h.
The report found Chinese users usually tend to get up early and sleep late.
Beijing and Shanghai get up the earliest, as the morning rush hour begins as early as 6:30 am. Users in Guangzhou and Shenzhen of China’s southern Guangdong province sleep last, as the two cities top all cities in the number of rides during the period from midnight to early morning.
And people in Chengdu of China’s southwestern Sichuan province live a leisurely and slow-paced lifestyle, as the evening rush hour begins as early as 5 pm.