Over 2,000 ‘bicycle hunters’ hit Nanjing streets
2017-08-09 16:52:00

With the rise of bicycle sharing, a new volunteer group - "Bicycle Hunter" has risen. Currently, there are more than 2,000 "bicycle hunters” in Nanjing alone.

Lin Feng is a junior student at the Nanjing Forestry University, and joined the Bluegogo cycling rescue organization "Little Blue Guard" three months ago.

On the afternoon of August 7, Lin finished studying, then went out of campus and opened the GPS, and his phone screen immediately lit up. “There is a bike trapped by the greenbelt! Let’s go and check.” After he located the bicycle, Lin used a mobile phone to scan its QR code and made sure it was not damaged, and then he parked it on the roadside.

If the bicycle is broken, Lin would paste a sticker on it and park it near the bus stop for staff to take it for repairing.

In addition to the "Little Blue Guard", there are “Mobike Family Hunter" and other organizations like the "Bicycle Hunter". These "bicycle hunters” is mainly formed by enthusiastic volunteers, and team members do not get paid. In order to encourage them, some bicycle companies will send riding coupons to them.

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