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Press, Media, and News Articles From 2021
Representatives from companies like VanMoof, Rad Power Bikes, Zomoo, The Hub NYC, Ride Panda, and others were mingling about a half dozen local residents — drivers, janitors, landscapers, and home health aides — initiating them in the burgeoning electric bike revolution.
Charlie Depman, Ridepanda’s co-founder and CTO, joined FOX40 to demonstrate the Segway Ninebot MAX scooter and the Ride1Up Roadster. Mae and Richard tested them out with a little race.
Electric micromobility dealership Ridepanda is making it easier for the average consumer to purchase a sick light duty electric vehicle like a scooter, bike or moped.
The San Francisco-based online marketplace for electric micro-mobility is the latest investment by the sports car manufacturer’s venture capital arm.
Ridepanda, the world’s first online dealership for micro-mobility, announced the raise of $3.75 million in new financing to help transform personal transportation and meet the surging demand for electric vehicles.
Ridepanda offers a handpicked selection of e-bikes, e-mopeds and e-scooters, along with essential add-ons including financing, maintenance, warranties and personalized customer services.
Co-founders Chinmay Malaviya and Charlie Depman have both previously worked at leading micro-mobility sharing companies including Lime, Bird and Scoot, and saw firsthand the rising demand for personal ownership of e-bikes. Consumers prefer e-ride ownership because it is cheaper, more accessible, and they can pay it off in a few months, opposed to shared transportation that can cost more in the long term.
New investors are Porsche Ventures, Yamaha Motor Ventures, Proeza Ventures, Moving Capital, Alumni Ventures Group, Lorimer Ventures, and Oyster Ventures. Existing investor General Catalyst also contributed.
Online electric micromobility dealership Ridepanda has announced a raise of $3.75 million that the startup will use to build out its engineering, product and design teams to boost its e-commerce and B2B solutions. The company also wants to double down on strategic partnerships with delivery fleets and businesses offering employees commuter benefits if they purchase an electric vehicle.
Ridepanda is the world’s first online dealership for micro-mobility. The new E-Ride start-up help consumers discover and purchase the best e-scooters, e-bikes, and e-mopeds to suit their needs, with all of the support for peace of mind of ownership.
A pair of micromobility vets recently launched Ridepanda, an online marketplace for e-bikes and other forms of personal, electric mobility.
Chinmay Malaviya, co-founder and CEO of Ridepanda joined Cheddar News to discuss micromobility and the future of the e-scooter market.
Ridepanda, founded by former Lime employee Chinmay Malaviya and former Scoot and Bird employee Charlie Depman, is designed to support the mobility industry’s push toward electrification.
E-bike shopping website Ridepanda connects riders to e-bikes that cost up to $6,000. The company, which says that their average e-bike is about $1,100, offers 27 e-bikes priced at under $2,000. (That’s down from 34 when including higher-end options.)
Ridepanda, a New York City and San Francisco CA-based e-mobility startup, raised $3.75m in funding. The round was led by Porsche Ventures with participation from Yamaha Motor Ventures, Proeza Ventures, and General Catalyst.
Ridepanda, a US-based e-ride startup that offers electric vehicles with maintenance support and theft protection, raised US$ 3.75 million in a Seed round led by Porsche Ventures on 30 June 2021.
RidePanda es un gigante de las ventas online exclusivamente de bicicletas eléctricas, patinetes eléctricos o scooters, y también de pequeñas motocicletas propulsadas por motor eléctrico.
Press, Media, and News Articles From 2020
Each e-bike, e-scooter, and e-moped is hand-picked, tested, and rated based on its components.
Ridepanda is addressing the decision fatigue that comes when you search for an electric bike on a platform like Amazon, where you get more than 100,000 results.
Not any scooter or bike can make it onto the new rides site. Every product is reviewed and vetted based on reparability, safety, performance, sustainability, and durability.
Customers can find a curated set of expert-vetted e-rides and a customization feature that helps shoppers home in on the right product.
Ridepanda is live today with an impressive array of vehicles, services and accessories to gently usher customers into a new world of personal electric mobility.
Ridepanda evaluates all vehicles that appear on the site to vet them across key criteria, and to collect vehicle data that can inform the sites recommendation engine, Ridefinder.
The e-commerce business offers a hand-picked selection of e-bikes, e-mopeds, and e-scooters. It offers financing, extended warranties, and customer services, including assembly at home or at a nearby shop.