LimeBike launches in Seattle

Bike share is back in Seattle, and it’s better than ever.

This week, LimeBike hit Seattle’s streets to transform urban mobility, provide a first/last mile option to commuters, and a sustainable way to address our community’s quickly growing population and its transportation needs.

LimeBike was “built for Seattle” and is set to offer bikes that are specifically designed for the city’s hilly terrain and weather, including 8 gears (yes, those hills!) and sealed brakes that keep our riders safe, as well as smart features like GPS self-locking mechanisms, anti-theft alarms, and dockless parking.

Users will be able to identify a bike on the street through the smartphone app with just two taps, have access to $1 rides and the ease of dockless parking. LimeBike is ready to make bike sharing in Seattle widely available with an affordable, station-less, subsidy-free network.

Come test ride a LimeBike at the following locations this weekend and receive special giveaways, just for Seattle!


  • Friday, 7/21 12PM-7PM  Seattle Center, 2nd Ave N and August Wilson Way  (between fountain and key arena)
  • Saturday, 7/22 12PM-7PM Seattle Center, 2nd Ave N and August Wilson Way  (between fountain and key arena)
  • Sunday, 7/23 11AM-3PM Fremont Market 11AM-3PM (west end)


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