For months，Aussies have complained of dumped share bikes littering the streets—and now，it seems the doc起点最火小说《极道鬼魔》kless bike experiment has failed spectacularly.
Chinese-owned Ofo has just announced it will be withdrawing from Australia within two months，following hot on the heels of several other big-name competitors.
The stunning turnaround comes less than a year after the Ofo scheme was first rolled out in Adelaide in October 2017，followed by Sydney soon after.
In a statement released to news.com.au today，the company confirmed it now had made a "strategic decision to focus on priority markets internationally".
"Ofo will therefore wind-down operations in Adelaide and Sydney during the next 60 days，"the statement reads."As part of this process，Ofo will begin to remove bikes from cities and consolidate them to our warehouses.
Singaporean company oBike launched in Australia a few months before Ofo did last year，but last month it revealed it would leave the Melbourne market.
It's parent company has also gone into liquidation.
And this week，Australian-owned Reddy Go also revealed it would likely be departing from Sydney，with The Australian revealing the company was undergoing a restructure and that as a result，customers could pick up two free bikes from its storage facility in Alexandria in the inner city.
本周，有澳大利亚“小红车”之称的Reddy Go也透露它可能会离开悉尼，澳大利亚方面透露该公司正在进行重组，作为对会员用户的补偿，Reddy Go计划向每位会员免费赠送两辆自行车。
Industry information research company，IBISWorld，said while bike share companies are popular in Europe and China，they have failed in Australia thanks 《极道鬼魔》轻舟煮酒小说无广告to local laws，vandalism，complaints about misplaced bikes，and data collection concerns.
But IBISWorld senior industry analyst Kim Do said there were two particular reasons why the companies have struggled in the Australian market.
"The first is balancing supply and demand. An oversupply of bikes is a key reason why dockless bike sharing services are failing in Australia，"Ms Do said."An abundance of bike sharing start-ups have entered the Australian market over the past year，all fighting for market share.However，the number of users has failed to grow in line with supply，leading to a glut of share bikes.”
And according to Ms Do，the companies hadn't been able to convince customers to park their bikes properly after use，leading to a deluge of vandalism and dumping.