Last Thursday, Amsterdam Central Station unveiled a new bicycle parking facility that has every cyclist in the world drooling with envy. This state-of-the-art facility boasts an impressive 7,000 bicycle parking spaces, all of which are located underwater. The cost to build this incredible facility was a whopping 50 million Euros, but it's clear that it was worth every penny.
One of the best things about this new facility is that it makes finding a parking spot for your bike a breeze.
👀Riders can view available parking spaces in real-time
🚲They can find shared bikes in the space.
🔧Plus, if your bike needs a little TLC, you can take advantage of the on-site bike repair services.
It's like a cyclist's paradise!
This new facility in Amsterdam is especially exciting to me because it aligns perfectly with the vision of my company, Mosa. We're working on bringing similar intelligent parking and service hubs to communities on a larger scale. This is a slide in our pitch deck that we’ve sent to potential investors (proof that I did not just make this up) and this is our pitch
We bring intelligent parking and service hubs to communities by converting standard bike racks with our retrofittable smart locks.
Riders can securely park their bikes and spaces can run bike sharing programmes using repurposed abandoned bikes for the community. Mechanics can even offer on-demand bike repair services - simply lock your bike, press a button, and service is on the way with no need to wait.
We want to bring the same parking and service hub that Amsterdam Central Station spent 50M Euro to build to modern buildings and urban spaces for communities. We believe that with innovation, we can bring cities, spaces, and communities to build a cyclist-first future for all riders. It's time to put an end to the envy of cyclists in Amsterdam and Copenhagen, and bring this type of infrastructure to communities at a fraction of the cost.
Why? Because every cyclist deserves a smooth and secure parking experience for them and their beloved bikes 🚲🛴❤️