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  • Michael Jreidini
  • Mission
    • Campus Cycles is a self-service bicycle sharing program for students.  Our goal is to provide students with a fast, easy mode of transportation around campus.  With bike racks located near many buildings on school grounds as well as neighboring areas, students can forget about driving around campus and go green! A simple swipe of the student ID sends students cycling around campus!
  • Market
    • Short-Term Bicycle users in college towns
      • Students
      • Faculty
  • Need for Campus Cycles
    • Provide students/faculty with short-term transportation that is:
      • Safe
      • Fast
      • Green
      • Worry-free
      • 85% of cyclists commute in 30 minutes or less
  • Competition
    • What competition?
      • Campus Cycles offers the unique opportunity to create the market!
  • Start-Up Costs
    • Costs calculations represent costs for 1,500 Bikes & 150 stations
      • Bicycle Costs: $600 per bike. Total = $900,000
      • Capital Costs: $4,000 per bike. Total = $6,000,000
      • Operating Costs: $1,500 per bike. Total = $2,250,000
    • Total Start-Up Cost = $9, 150, 000
  • Questions?
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