Dosy is the tech-based scooter and bicycle riding platform for Egypt. With a population of about 100 million, Egypt is one of the most tensely polluted and highly crowded countries in the world. Dosy aims to encourage women and girls in Egypt to ride scooters and bicycles by providing them with the nearest instructors and at a suitable schedule. We create jobs for women in the process, reduce traffic congestion and pollution as well as scatter social stereotypes about women scooter and bicycle riders.
I really liked my experience with Dosy and I would continue to support them because they are hard-working and professional. I also encourage other girls to do the same and ride scooters and bicycles.
Really loved my classes with Dosy. They are professional, friendly and caring. I would encourage women and girls to get training with them.
Dosy Provides delivery sevices across Cairo.
We serve restaurants, coffee shops, book stores.
Farouk is a Cairo-based journalist and entrepreneur. She is the founder of Dosy, Egypt’s first online platform that teaches women and girls how to drive scooters and bicycles. She has been working as a journalist for more than five years and she has contributed to several startups and non-governmental organizations.
Nouran is a Cairo-based medical graduate from Faculty of Medicine at Ain Shams University and an intern physician. She is the founder of Dosy, Egypt’s first platform that teaches women and girls how to drive scooters and bicycles.