Bye-Bye Traffic Woes! Book Affordable & Convenient Bike Taxis Instead
You know what's better than a road clogged with cabs and a pocket-pinching travel fare? A bike taxi!
If you're travelling solo and don't have to go too far, these bike taxi services are perfect for you. This alternative is pocket-friendly, convenient and quick. Although these services are operational across Delhi-NCR, Delhiites are usually complaining on how this feature isn't available in their region. Gurgaon folks? They're in luck as here you'll find bike taxis in abundance. All that one has to do is download the app and book a ride.
Baxi is one of Gurgaon's most famous bike taxi services. Sporting a really cool yellow and blue uniform, you're most likely to spot them around Huda City Centre metro station. They will soon offer other services like bike rentals and a hyper local market other than just pick and drop. Just download the app and ride away.
A Bangalore venture, Rapido has significantly grown and marked its presence in many cities including Gurgaon, Patna and Hyderabad, to name a few. Rapido riders can be spotted in a yellow helmet.
UberMoto is probably one of the most used and popular cab alternatives in Delhi-NCR. In an expensive city like Gurgaon, people are choosing a more affordable alternative of travelling (and they also get to ditch the auto traffic). You can spot the riders wearing an orange helmet.
In the app, they also have an inbuilt feature where you and the rider can send each other messages regarding your location (no more "HELLO BHAIYAA? HELLO?!").
Ola Bike riders can be spotted wearing a lime green helmet. Usually Ola trip charges are lower than Uber Moto, so I suggest you check out fare details of both on the respective apps before booking yourself an affordable and convenient ride.
Known primarily for cheap auto fares, Jugnoo offers more than just taxi services. You can now order food, deliver parcels and even shop via the Jugnoo app. Jugnoo Bike is an affordable option, but the number of rides available are less. If you live in Delhi, you're unlikely to find a rider in your area.