The Multicycles GraphQL API allows you to query data about shared vehicles from a large group of providers in a single request, and to locate and book the vehicles closest to you. The API allows you to aggregate user accounts into one, get trips history, and unlock vehicles.
The API implements many bike sharing suppliers like Mobike or Ofo and other shared vehicles like scooters and cars. More than 40 providers are currently implemented and more are regularly added. It is available wordwide with no country locks. You can get allow vehicles around a positions with standardized fields like positions, pricing, battery level and so.
The Multicycles API uses access tokens to associate requests to API resources with your account. You can find all your access tokens, create new ones, or delete existing ones on your account page.
Multicycles is an application that allows you to group together the different bicycle rental services (bicycle-sharing system) and other shared vehicles (scooters, motor-scooters, and shared-cars). Use of the application is free and open-source (https://github.com/PierrickP/multicycles). Multicycles is available in more than 650 cities.
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