Spin is North America's leading stationless bikeshare company. We are transforming cities and campuses by offering an accessible, affordable, and environmentally-friendly form of personal mobility.
Our fleet of orange-colored smart-bikes, each equipped with GPS, can be unlocked by scanning a QR code with our app. At the end of a ride, users can park Spin bikes wherever responsible. Spin works with city and campus officials to provide an affordable and equitable bikeshare with no public financing. Spin covers the cost of bikes and maintenance, and employs people from the local community for operations. Our policy team led the creation of the nation's first stationless bikeshare permit system with the Seattle DOT.
Founded in San Francisco in 2016, Spin has raised an $8M Series A to launch operations in dozens of cities and campuses this year. Our core team is comprised of engineers, designers, operators, lawyers, and public policy makers with experience from Y Combinator, Uber, Lyft and other technology companies.
Derrick was formerly a growth product manager at Lyft by way of acquisition of a Y Combinator company, Kicksend. He previously was a lead at Pivotal Labs and co-founded Yum.sg, a Singapore-based startup. Derrick holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Purdue University.
Euwyn previously founded a Y Combinator startup and a venture capital firm, Exponent. Prior to startups, he practiced M&A law at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York City. He received a BA in Computer Science from Cornell University and a JD from Cornell Law School, where he was a member of the Cornell Law Review.