Superpedestrian brings together a team of designers and robotics engineers with one vision: transforming urban mobility.


84 Hamilton Street
Cambridge, MA 02139

Company Overview

Superpedestrian is a venture-backed company operating out of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded late 2012 by Assaf Biderman, Associate Director at MIT's Senseable City Lab, Superpedestrian develops products aimed at transforming mobility in urban areas and seeks new ways to connect people with their environment.

With an exclusive license to MIT's Copenhagen Wheel, we are bringing together design, robotics, and mobile technologies to provide new forms of human-powered mobility for cities. Ultimately, our vision is to offer an improved quality of living for everyone.

People at Superpedestrian are both thinkers and doers with a wide variety of backgrounds. They are analytical and artistic, conservative and uncoventional, methodical and whimsical. If you are creative and committed, and you like making things, you might belong on our team. You will be expected to challenge and be challenged, create and innovate. You must have a genuine passion for producing the best product experience, regardless of its kind.

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Life at Superpedestrian is about creating the magic that people feel while riding the Copenhagen Wheel. Whether you're a robotics engineer designing a real-time response system, a designer creating a beautiful object, or responsible for organizing ride events around the world, we work together.

You don’t have to be the world’s most obsessed cyclist but you do have to possess a strong love for cities and a desire to make them better. Our products make people go wow, and our commitment is to offer fun and compelling alternatives to driving a private car.

Why Is Working With Us Super?


We use the Copenhagen Wheel to ride to work and run errands every day. And because the Copenhagen Wheel fits most bicycles, you can choose the one to match your style. Road, 29er, Dutch, you name it.


Your job is about exploring the city, but some days you will be stuck at your desk. When you are, that desk is in a beautifully renovated warehouse with a courtyard in the heart of Cambridge.


We have got a lot to do and we tackle everything as a team. We thrive on mutual respect and commitment to allow the best ideas to flourish. That’s how we can make great product that change the world.


At Superpedestrian you will feel at home from day one with a team of fun, like-minded, driven people from across the top echelons of industry.


We are trying to change the world, and nobody said it was going to be easy. You will be expected to challenge and be challenged, but you will be invited to make your voice heard and help shape Superpedestrian’s future.


We offer a competitive compensation and equity package to rival the best, as well as choice from a wide range of insurance and retirement plans.





September 11, 2016
By our Head UX Designer and (one of our) resident cycling fanatic, Sarah.Sarah’s PMC Route — MovingOn Saturday, August 5th at 5:30am, I and thousands of riders started our 112-mile journey from Sturbridge to Bourne, MA. I rode a Copenhagen Wheel, and it helped me do something I never would have thought possible a year ago. More on that in a minute. First, a bit of back story.In January of 2015, my life took an unexpected turn. I was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer. Days after my diagnosi...
August 1, 2016
I have to confess, I was one of those people who thought bike commuting wouldn’t work for me. Then I joined Superpedestrian, and my whole approach changed.Don’t get me wrong, I had great respect for friends who would push through miles of Boston traffic, but between the button-down shirts and lack of showers at work it just didn’t seem realistic. These same barriers kept me from biking just about everywhere, except on some weekends. I also had a hunch it’d take more time than public tran...
July 5, 2016
Occasionally you can find Connor Boris standing in the alleyway alongside 84 Hamilton, garden hose and shower head in hand, watering a Copenhagen Wheel. He’s one of our two summer interns, and for him it’s all part of the team effort of continuous validation and testing of new hardware systems.Connor is entering his senior year at Wentworth Institute of Technology just across the river in Boston. He’s an electrical mechanical engineer with a focus on robotics, and joined Superpedestrian as...
May 31, 2016
Insights from New SuperpedestriansAs more early adopters receive Copenhagen Wheels, we begin to receive feedback and impressions from their rides. We encourage users to tell us what they like and what they think could be improved…the more detail they provide, the better. Here are some examples:Name: Konrad ZalewskiDate: Mon, May 23, 2016 I’m happy to say the Wheel has been performing pretty well for the past week. I didn’t really have any expectations going into this but was blown away ...
May 1, 2016
Your Copenhagen Wheel is designed to evolve with you over time–providing data that will help you be smarter and more efficient when you travel around your city. The key to unlocking this information is also the actual key to your Wheel (and chances are it’s in your pocket right now)–your smartphone. We’ve talked about the app as it relates to over-the-air firmware updates and the selection of riding modes. Now we want to highlight its role in securing the Wheel by ensuring only its prope...

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