Cycling mobility has exploded in recent years and bikes are increasingly technical.
In this context, maintenance is essential to ensure the development of the cycling practice. Maintenance allows riders to use their bikes as a reliable and durable mode of transportation. Moreover, the needed expertise grows as technology and habits evolve: e-bikes, cargo bikes, smart bikes…
What is a connected bike ? What do cyclists, and more specifically commuters, expect from it ?
How to collect data about bikes and their uses ?
How does data allows to optimize cycle maintenance ?
How to share and leverage it for all the cycling industry actors : mechanics, manufacturers, fleet operators… in order to provide more secure, functional and comfortable bikes to riders ?
These are the issues we will deal with.