Launch of a new study by CIE

Cycling Industries Europe has carried out benchmarking analysis of bike sharing in 148 cities identified by the EU as leading the transitions in urban mobility and climate change. From this study it is possible to give cities and policy makers the means to identify the potential for bike sharing to make a much-increased contribution to the EU’s mobility, climate and cycling policies, and to highlight key performance indicators for successful deployment of bike sharing.

This study is a valuable benchmarking guide for cities, regions and governments to consider if they are achieving the full potential of their bike sharing schemes. It is expected to contribute to the development of a cross-institutional agreement on cycling at EU level.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What are the key performance indicators for successful deployment of bike sharing?
  • Who are the top ranking cities?
  • How to improve your city's ranking?


  • Kevin Mayne, CEO, Cycling Industries Europe
  • Kristian Brink, CEO of Urban Sharing and Chair of CIE’s Bike sharing expert group.
  • Isabelle Vandoorne, Deputy Head of Unit, DG MOVE, European Commission
  • Andréia Lopes Azevedo, Active travel & Health Working Group Lead, Polis
  • Climate Neutral Cities
  • Top ranking city representative

Moderator: Caroline Van Renterghem, Impact and Public Affairs Director, Fifteen

Please Note: Registration is mandatory and limited!

This report is published with the support of the MegaBITS project. MegaBITS is an Interreg North Sea Region project implementing Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) technologies for cycling in five flagships within the region. The project runs from 2023 to 2026 and is set to transform the way we think about cycling. It will embed cycling ITS in mobility governance on a local, regional, and EU level to improve the safety, comfort, and convenience of cyclists. Put simply, MegaBITS will bring digitalization of the cycling sector to the next level for a happy cycling experience! See more at