Lime Bikes have arrived in Spokane, debut at Gonzaga

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Lime, the San Francisco-based smart-bike fleet operator, has launched a pilot program on the Gonzaga University campus, offering its services in Spokane for the first time. The pilot program starts with 100 bicycles and 100 scooters.

The City of Spokane's Lime test period will run for two months, allowing Spokane to try out the bike sharing service that has become popular in other cities.

To use a Lime Bike, you must download the “Lime Bike” application to your phone. You can then find out where they are and pay to ride one. When done, no need to return it to the place you picked it up from. You can leave it safely on the sidewalk for the next person in need of one to find.