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A2B Bikeshare

A2B Bikeshare is building a better bike sharing system -- turning bikes into an everyday convenience.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Mobile
  • Location Ann Arbor, MI, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

The A2B Bikeshare Difference offers small and large communities access to bikesharing, while ensuring industry-standard reliability and securing. Our station-based, self-sustaining system, available for as low as $2,000 per bike, cuts the cost of station-based systems by half.


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    Ansgar V Strother
    Founder & CEO

    Ansgar has a wide range of management and technical experience, including work at Microsoft and Qualcomm. Ansgar leads the A2B Bikeshare team by facilitating team members to improve on existing infrastructure and design in order to meet individual clients’ needs. Ansgar is a senior in the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering. Ansgar drew on his knowledge and experience to create the smart bike-dumb rack system.

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    Carl Vittulo

    Carl Vitullo has a varied technical background, which allows him to oversee all technical aspects of A2B Bikeshare, from front-end web development to the mechanical design of the lock modules. He has four years of team management experience and a keen eye for detail. Carl has software experience from Barracuda Networks and MarketSource Inc.

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    Courtney Gardner
    Sales & Community Outreach

    Drawing on her experience working for Congressman John Dingell and other work in non-profits, Courtney builds and maintains client relationships with community stakeholders. Courtney acts a liaison between communities and the A2B Bikeshare design team to create community-specific solutions. Courtney is a senior at the University of Michigan where she is pursuing a degree in Political Science.

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    David Zilli
    Software Architect

    David, once having a lucrative career as an independent musician known to make as much as $50 in one night, gave it all up to pursue his true passion for software development. David pulls from his experience in mobile and web development with University of Michigan faculty and UpTo. Through programming and design, he strives to find a satisfying balance in technical and creative output. David is a senior engineering student at the University of M