January 31, 2020 – We’ve spotted Brian Cu’s Facebook post where he has a helmet that seemed to have a design for GrabBike. The photo also showed features of a vest that seemed perfect motorcycle-taxi. With this in mind, we can’t help but think that Grab Philippines will soon join Angkas, Move It and Joyride.
Last year, Joyride Philippines and Move It Mototaxi joined Angkas in LTFRB’s pilot run for motorcycle-taxi. The pilot run is expected to end on March 23, 2020. It is important to note that before Angkas became very popular, Grab Philippines also have their motorcycle taxi which they call GrabBike. However, they eventually stopped its operation and focused on GrabCar. GrabFood and GrabExpress.
January 7, 2020 – In an article published on Rappler Philippines, Grab mentioned that they are seriously considering the revival of GrabBike. Now that we’ve seen this post from Brian Cu’s account, it seems that it is only a matter of time before they joined the other motorcycle-taxi companies in this era of transportation revolution.