The Careem Bike that can be seen on the app with the icon of a motor bike, is reasonably priced and is ideal for quick trips. Furthermore, the Careem Captain on it comes equipped with a helmet and a sanitary cap for the passenger. Just like in other vehicle categories, the Bike Captain is meticulously vetted and trained, for the job.
Careem’s mission has always been to simplify lives for people through providing increased mobility and it has been expanding its operations to make the service more affordable than other means of transportation.
Now Careem motorbikes provide an even cheaper and efficient transportation method and ever since the company started the service, the public has embraced it. Careem users can now book bikes with the same ease as cars.
As celebration of this service cricket, cricket legend and iconic fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar lead a bike rally through Rawalpindi.
The rally started from Stadium Road Rawalpindi, stopped along pit stop near Liaqat Bagh on Tipu Road and ended at Food Street Saddar at 3:00 pm.
Route for Careem’s Bike Rally in Rawalpindi
Regarding Careem’s latest vehicle category Managing Director Careem Pakistan Junaid Iqbal said, “Careem’s goal is maximum benefit for maximum number of people. With the Careem Bike, we offer people dependable transport service at very low rates. Our multiple vehicle categories allow us to cover a broad cross-section of society, both on passenger side and investor. With Careem Bikes, anyone with a motor bike can apply to become a Careem captain and start earning a good income.”
The Careem Bike rides are currently available in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Rawalpindi and will soon spread to other cities in Pakistan. Average ride costs around PKR 70 and apart from being a service that works actively towards making the city accessible, Careem has also proven to cater to every individual’s needs – the office going, the student, the group of friends on a budget.
It is truly a novel decision in a world obsessed with profits and losses to be aware about the realities of the consumer.