Careem Trike launches motorbike trips in Dubai Marina

The three-wheeled motorbikes are available between 7am and 10pm daily

Careem Trike launches motorbike trips in Dubai Marina

In transportation terms, Dubai’s got it all. From abras to trams and everything inbetween, if you’re trying to get around the city there are loads of options.

Now Careem is launching a unique way to travel in the Marina and JBR – on the back of a three-wheeled motorcycle.

The Trike service is ideal for short rides and as a quick option for that last mile between public transport and home.

It accommodates just one person in addition to the driver and is fitted with a seatbelt. Safety helmets are also on offer to riders.

The Trikes are available between 7am and 10pm across Dubai Marina for Dhs10 per ride.

The fare is valid for the first ten minutes, with Dhs1 charged for every additional minute.

So if you’re looking for a new way to get from A to B, this is well worth a ride.

It’s not the only big transport news we’ve had this year, with an RTA official revealing that Dubai is “ready for flying taxis” at the end of last month.

The city already tested the world’s first automatic flying taxi back in September 2017, making it the world’s first self-flying service.

We may not be far off seeing the service in the sky.

Mattar Al Tayer made the announcement during the opening session of this week’s Transport Congress and Exhibition.

He said it is time to expand Dubai’s sprawling public transport network by using the latest technologies and innovation.

Careem Trike available daily between 7am to 10pm across Dubai Marina. For more information go to careem.ae.

More from Things to do

Splash around for less at these bargainous pool days

From free entry for kids to getaways for the whole gang, check out these top family-friendly deals

Offers and discounts across the city to enjoy during the toastier months

One-day ticket grants access until September 14

Looking for a weekend away in the UAE? Find a hotel stay for less

Newsletters

Follow us