Micromobility winners announced in the 2023 BikeBiz Awards 

The day has finally arrived and we can announce the micromobility winners in the 2023 BikeBiz Awards.

Scroll down to view the list of micromobility winners. 

For more than a decade, the BikeBiz Awards has been at the heart of the cycle industry, aiming to shine a spotlight on the outstanding work being done across the sector – from the shop floor to cycling advocacy. 

In 2022, we introduced a micromobility category, to recognise the efforts of those in the e-bike, e-scooter, and shared transport markets.

The award categories are: Micromobility Retailer of the Year, Micromobility Brand of the Year, and Best Shared Transport Provider. 

Alongside the micromobility awards, the BikeBiz Awards also celebrate awards like bike brand of the year, bike distributor of the year, independent bike dealer of the year.

We have also increased the focus on advocacy and inclusion in cycling, with the Diversity Champion Award, and the BikeBiz Woman of the Year Award. 

The winners were revealed on BikeBiz’s social media channels, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn, on Friday, November 3.

IBD of the Year and Woman of the Year have been decided by a vote open to the whole cycling industry, and the Diversity Champion award has been decided by the BikeBiz team.

The other winners have been chosen by our expert judging panel, who offer years of combined experience in the cycling industry. Judges have however abstained from awards that either they or their company have been shortlisted for.

The full list of winners will be will be revealed on the BikeBiz website here

 And the winners are…


Best Shared Transport Provider

WINNER: Beryl 

Runners up:

Micromobility Retailer of the Year

WINNER: Fully Charged

Runners up:
Don Skene Cycles
Kinetic Revolution
Ribble Cycles

Micromobility Brand of the Year


Runners up:
Pure Electric

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