Today Wheelstreet was featured in a Business Standard article titled ‘WheelStreet: On road to growth’. The article talks about how the company was born from an idea to make the process of renting bikes as convenient and hassle-free as possible without compromising on the affordability factor. As such, Wheelstreet offers a wide range of scooters and bikes on rent with the likes of Honda Activa, Bajaj Pulsar, Royal Enfield, Harley-Davidson and many more available for rent at very reasonable rates.
Wheelstreet is an online, aggregator platform which acts as an intermediary between prospective customers looking to rent a bike and vendors who want to give their bikes for rent. It was started first in Delhi NCR and within 9 months it had gained more than 11,000 satisfied customers. Following the success in the nation’s capital, Wheelstreet started operations in Bangalore and received an exceptional response with around 70 bookings being made per week.
15 months after its inception, Wheelstreet has 25 vendors in Delhi and 3 vendors in Bangalore. The portal has around 2,000 motorcycles listed, including at least 50 premium bikes. By providing the bikes on rent at affordable rates with a minimum security deposit and ensuring the customers’ convenience with a error-free online booking process with an option for home delivery and pick-up, Wheelstreet has made renting a bike as hassle-free as possible. Catering to the needs of both customers and vendors, the company continues to grow at a steady rate and plans to execute 1,00,000 transactions by the end of 2016.
You can read the Business Standard article on Wheelstreet in its entirety here.