Dott e-bikes arrive in Netherlands
Dutch micromobility provider Dott has introduced its shared e-bikes in Amersfoort, and will launch the scheme in Enschede in the coming weeks.
The expansion into these two cities, the first locations in the Netherlands, is part of the continuing rollout of Dott’s e-bikes, started at the end of 2021.
At present, the company has a total fleet of about 10,000 e-bikes on the streets of Paris, Rome, Milan, Brussels, Cologne and other major European cities.
Dott’s mission is to ‘free cities with clean rides for everyone’. Apart from its e-bikes, the company also operates over 40,000 e-scooters across nine European countries.
“With Dott handling the purchase cost, maintenance, punctures and service, riders are free to enjoy the journey and get on with their day”, said Sven Jaspers, General Manager for Dott in the Netherlands.
A one-day pass for a Dott e-bike costs €2.99, a one-month pass €34.99. A ten-ride ‘tourist pass’ costs €6.99.