You can now hop on to a bike taxi and ride all the way to Delhi from Gurgaon. Rideji, the fifth player to enter the bike taxi arena, launched its service on Monday. The first to work on a predefined fare model, Rideji will tell you how much your ride will cost before you hop on.
Founded by Lalu Prasad's son-in-law Vineet Yadav and Mukesh Rana, the service has been running pilots and testing the market since December. Yadav said he was first introduced to the concept in China, which has a huge unorganised bike taxi market. "We wanted to get acquainted with ground realities of the industry, get a grasp on rider behaviour, before we hit the roads. We're currently operating in Gurgaon and Dwarka with 38 riders, and plan to introduce another 150 bikes in the next month or so," said Yadav. Rana said the company is working on a pre-defined fare model which uses an algorithm to identify the fare and inform customers. "With pre-defined fare, the customer will never feel tricked," he said.
Now, take bike taxi from Gurgaon to Delhi - Times of India