After Lu Keyan's capital burning war, the number of effective bicycles became less and less, and users'short trips were challenged again. "There are fewer and fewer bicycles to ride." Mr. Zhou, who works at CBD in Futian, Shenzhen, complains that there is no bicycle to ride in the mountain-piled subway entrance, which sounds unbelievable. However, after sweeping four shared bicycles in succession, he finally managed to ride an ofo. He laments that there are many cars here, but fewer and fewer can ride. The same is happening in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and other first-tier cities. The change began in August of this year. After entering August, the number of shared bicycles has decreased sharply. A considerable number of bicycles can not be scanned, parts are damaged, and it is difficult to ride. Operating personnel responsible for sharing bicycle delivery, maintenance and management are becoming increasingly difficult to find. According to the "China Shared Bicycle Industry Development Report (2018)" data show that in 2017, China has put in 23..