Wheelstreet, the online bike rentals aggregator, currently operating in Delhi, Faridabad, Noida and Bangalore, is now expanding operations to Gurgaon as well. It has expanded base by starting operations in two of the most important metro stations in the Gurgaon region. Along with the added connectivity,Wheelstreet is also introducing hourly billing in order to make renting even more affordable. Hourly billing will also be introduced to other locations, including Bangalore.
Wheestreet has started operations with Gurgaon’s Guru Dronacharya Metro station and IFFCO Chowk Metro station will. Prices in Gurgaon and Delhi will start from as low as Rs.15/hour.
With the Gurgaon launch, Wheelstreet has ventured into providing good connectivity to people using the metro. Pranay Shrivastava, Co-founder and CEO, Wheelstreet, said, “We are expecting a relatively larger demand for commuter motorcycles at these locations.” Further he also added that the company will soon be expanding the scale of operations in Noida and Greater Noida.
Wheelstreet was started with the aim of making two wheelers more accessible to people and make the riding experience enjoyable without having the hassles of owning and maintaining one. Wheelstreet has always had the plan to improve last mile connectivity for people using public transport by providing an easy bike rental experience from strategic locations.