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Shared tandem bikes come - and go

By China Daily | China Daily | Updated: 2017-08-15 09:39

Police ordered a bike-sharing company to remove more than 120 tandem bicycles parked along sidewalks in Shanghai on Monday due to a nationwide ban on riding them on public roads.

The bikes, branded Chao, meaning "fashionable" in Chinese, had just arrived on a truck from a factory in Tianjin, and had been unloaded in Songjiang district to await distribution to campuses, parks and tourist attractions, according to Chaopai Technology Co.

However, authorities instantly told the company to relocate them to an off-street location, as bicycles built for two, as well as unicycles, are forbidden on public roads.

Shared tandem bikes come - and go

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