How To Make Money With Your Bike (20/23)

Entrepreneurial companies everywhere are coming up with new bike models, some part electric, some part pedal. It seems new technologies are unlocking all kinds of incredible solutions for getting more people where they want to go – on bikes. What used to be futuristic and impossible, might now be a probable new business opportunity that could be worth billions. Bikes are forcing new and much better, city-wide, transportation systems everywhere. Cities and towns are re-designing streets and highways to accommodate bike riders and new technologies. 

Bikes are a $6 billion a year industry in the USA and bikes actually outsell autos in total units sold. Sales projections for the year 2018 show an interesting new trend for electric bikes. Sales for e-bikes will be over 42 million units. Got that? E-bikes are coming on very strong because of new technology, usability, and the green sustainability trends.

However, the fact is, most bikes never make money for its owner, especially in the USA. There are millions of bikes, literally, just collecting dust and waiting for its owner to creatively earn a buck with it. A bike can be much more than just an exercise tool or part-time fun thing. In the near future, your bike could become a money maker for you. Merely renting out or sharing your bike, can be a special new way to earn money with it.

This ebook, “How To Make Money With Your Bike,” will show you why you should quickly learn more about the low and hi-tech trends and industries emerging around bikes, billboards and bike trailers. Your bike, with a well-designed message on a bike billboard, can also be a new fund-raising tool and/or delivery vehicle with many local economic impacts.

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Written by Nathaniel Fried

Co-founder of Fupping. Busy churning out content and building an empire.

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