Last Mile Holdings’ Gotcha Mobility Continues to See Strong Ridership and Expansion in New Markets Throughout the Summer Months

Heavy Adoption in Newly Launched Markets and Increased Usage of Cruiser Product Drive Ongoing Performance Improvements

VANCOUVER, BC, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Last Mile Holdings Ltd. («MILE» or the «Company») (TSXV: MILE) (OTC: AZNVF), a leading micro-mobility company with…

Heavy Adoption in Newly Launched Markets and Increased Usage of Cruiser Product Drive Ongoing Performance Improvements

VANCOUVER, BC, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Last Mile Holdings Ltd. («MILE» or the «Company») (TSXV: MILE) (OTC: AZNVF), a leading micro-mobility company with the broadest product suite in the industry, today provided its latest update highlighting certain key performance indicators («KPIs») and new market launches driving the success and significant growth in its recently acquired and now fully integrated operating subsidiary, Gotcha Mobility («Gotcha»). The Company’s announcement is a further update to  prior press releases originally issued on June 17, 2020 and July 6, 2020, respectively.

Strong performance within the expanding Gotcha ecosystem and expected continued growth is being driven in large part by the following highlights:

  • In the month of July, Gotcha officially launched micro-mobility systems in the following cities and states: Galveston, TX (e-scooters and cruisers); South El Monte, CA (e-bikes); and St. Clair Shores, MI (e-scooters).
  • Consistent revenue driven by high ridership in key markets, such as: Memphis, TN (cruisers); Baton Rouge, LA (e-bikes); and Charleston, SC (pedal bikes).
  • After a contract renewal, Gotcha is re-launching its exclusive e-scooter program at Michigan State University in early August as students return for the fall semester.
  • Average ride times have remained at consistent levels since early May and continue to represent significant increases across the board from pre-COVID-19 pandemic averages.
  • Outperformance within the higher-margin cruiser and scooter products in the summer months contributing to attractive unit-economic profile.
  • In early August, Gotcha surpassed 86,000 unique riders across its multi-modal fleet and has logged more than 260,000 trips year-to-date.

Throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Gotcha has been coordinating efforts with university and municipal partners to keep its products on the streets and provide riders a socially-distant transportation alternative. With many universities anticipating various level of student attendance in the fall of this year, Gotcha expects to record increased usage within many of its current 30 university locations, including its upcoming re-launch at Michigan State University.

«During a time when there has been so much upheaval in the marketplace and the broader economy, we have generated consistent and improving results in many markets and across all offerings,» said MILE CEO Max Smith. «Our multi-modal approach to transportation solutions as well as our highly-targeted go-to-market strategy continues to prove itself as a superior long-term, fiscally responsible growth plan. With certain student populations slated to return to some of our larger existing markets this fall, we are conservatively monitoring usage rate and are optimistic that ridership levels have significant room for even further improvement in the months ahead as we can provide our riders with a socially-distant and safe way to get around campus.»

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About Last Mile Holdings
Last Mile Holdings (TSXV: MILE), formerly OjO Electric, is one of the largest micro-mobility companies in the U.S., offering the broadest product suite in the industry. Last Mile has 30 university and 50 municipal contracted shared mobility systems under the OjO and Gotcha brands. The acquisition of Gotcha in the first quarter of 2020 provides an expansive growth pipeline and a portfolio of products including electric bikes, trikes, scooters, and cruisers. For more information, visit

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About Gotcha Mobility
Gotcha, a subsidiary of Last Mile Holdings, is a shared electric mobility company dedicated to providing innovative products and technologies that get people out of single-occupancy cars and safely onto efficient, sustainable micro-transit products. The company operates electric bikes, trikes, scooters, and cruisers as transportation solutions tailored to cities and universities across the US. Gotcha empowers communities to lead happier, more productive lives through the transformative power of affordable, accessible micro-transit. For more information, visit

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