MotoGP racer takes off on a photographer’s scooter after crashing

MotoGP World Championship racer Marc Marquez crashed during a qualifying round on Saturday. He also “borrowed” a scooter.

After crashing, Marquez needed to get back to the pit for his second bike as quickly as possible. The crashed bike was done for, and he was too far to get back to the pit on foot.

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This electric scooter network is the coolest way to get around San Francisco

San Francisco is a bear to get around. The hills make it near impossible to walk anywhere without arriving as a sweaty mess, while the public transit makes New York’s MTA look like a well-oiled Hyperloop.

Scoot, founded in 2011, lets people find a nearby Vespa-style scooter, unlock it through their smartphone, and ride anywhere for just $4 per 30 minutes.

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Scoot Networks teams up with GenZe to expand electric scooter fleet

In busy cities like San Francisco, car-sharing companies have found some competition from those touting two-wheel alternatives. Scoot Networks offers San Franciscans the opportunity to ride plug-in Vespa-style electric scooters, which provide a convenient and low-cost mode of transportation.

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Embarrassing video shows hapless tourist losing control of his scooter

This is the incredibly embarrassing moment a French tourist lost control of his scooter and accidentally accelerated off a hill.

The humorous clip was captured on CCTV in the Degirmenburnu region of Bodrum – a port city in the south-western Aegean Region of Turkey.

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Uber for Scooters? The rise and fall of UberMOTO

The news reported in February sounded promising:

Uber has launched a motorbike service in Thailand, marking the first time that the company has offered rides on two-wheeled vehicles. The service, called UberMOTO, launches today as a pilot program in Bangkok.



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