Bike-share Startup LimeBike Adds E-bikes to Fleet at CES 2018

LimeBikes, the dockless bike-share startup, announced Monday at CES that it will roll out between 4,000 and 5,000 electric-assist bicycles to its fleet this year.  The bikes will be available starting this month in existing LimeBike markets, including Seattle; Miami; Scottsdale, Arizona; Southern California; and greater San Francisco Bay Area. LimeBike bicycles can be located by a smartphone app, unlocked by scanning a QR code on the bike and then parked anywhere when you’re done, ready for the next rider to track down and borrow. Rides cost only $1 per half-hour rental.

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