by Mackenzie Long, Government Communications
Bird has unveiled Bird Two, a next generation e-scooter that will be part of Bird’s global fleet of shared e-vehicles. Bird Two ushers in a new era of micro-mobility that delivers an improved rider experience, provides added features to benefit cities, and positions Bird to deliver even greater unit economics with its custom designed and engineered vehicles.
“Bird Two is the embodiment of Bird’s commitment to the safety of our riders and those around them, our partnership with cities, and our focus on building a sustainable long-term business that reduces the number of cars on the road,” said Travis VanderZanden, founder and CEO of Bird. “With the industry’s longest lasting battery and patent pending self-reporting damage sensors, anti-tipping kickstand, anti-theft encryption, puncture-proof tires, absence of exposed screws, Bird Two is the next generation e-scooter specifically built to exceed the needs and demands of riders and cities alike while delivering a significant positive bottom line impact.”
Bird Two highlights include: industry’s longest lasting and most durable battery, autonomous damage sensors, seamless screws, industrial-grade anti-tipping kickstand, anti-theft encryption and puncture proof tires.
For more information, visit bird.co/two.