Tier Mobility launches e-bikes in the Middle East
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Tier Mobility launches e-bikes in the Middle East

Tier Mobility launches e-bikes in the Middle East

Bahrain is the first country in the Middle East to receive Tier’s e-bikes

Divsha Bhat

Tier Mobility has launched its first fleet of e-bikes in Bahrain in the Middle East. The e-bikes are now available across Diyar Al Muharraq.

The Berlin-based company’s team have worked closely with Diyar Al Muharraq to ensure that the e-bikes were introduced into the best locations in the community.

The Tier e-bike is currently present in several European countries, including Germany, Great Britain, France, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland, and will soon be available across the GCC. Each e-bike is also equipped with a practical basket for easy commuting.

Eng Ahmed Ali Alammadi, chief executive officer, Diyar Al Muharraq, commented on the launch, “This expansion is in line with our consistent effort to provide residents with access to a sustainable method of transportation, allowing them to commute hassle-free. This launch further enhances our commitment to creating an integrated city while promoting an active lifestyle and continuing in our efforts to protect the environment.”

Amir Melad, general manager, Tier Middle East, added, “After recently launching our e-scooters in Diyar Al Muharraq, it became apparent that there was an increasing adoption and change in behaviour in the area by residents and visitors utilising Tier’s e-scooters, which further motivated our expansion in Bahrain, this is a significant milestone for Tier, and we look forward to further expanding our fleet to provide residents with a safe, and sustainable method of transportation.”

Kai Boeckmann, the German Ambassador, said, “I am very happy to see a sharing option for e-bikes in Bahrain offered by a German company. This pioneering step makes it possible for residents and visitors in the Diyar neighbourhood in Bahrain to contribute to a world with less emissions – and have fun at the same time.”

Earlier this year, Tier Mobility expanded its fleet in Bahrain following a deal with real-estate developer Diyar Al Muharraq.

The e-scooters is made available in various locations across the town, allowing residents to readily access them to assist their first-last mile journeys.

Read: Europe’s e-scooter service Tier Mobility expands into Bahrain

Tier launched its services in Bahrain over six months ago and has since seen an increase in the demand of shared micro-mobility services. As future plans, the German company is looking to also bring it’s latest generation of e-bikes to Manama in the coming weeks to even further increase it’s offering to the residents of the city.

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