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Person on Reno City Plaza with a Lime BikeThe City of Reno, City of Sparks, Washoe County, University of Nevada, Reno and the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony are piloting a regional bikeshare program with Lime. The pilot period will run from May 2018-June 2019.

Lime reduces Reno fleet for winter 

Lime announced December 7, 2018 it is limiting its fleet to 150 bikes on the roads through the month of December to ensure the safety of its loyal users and Reno riders. Read the full announcement.

Bikeshare Videos

  • How to Lime: Introducing Lime, your ride anytime!
  • Safety: Take to the Rides: Your Dockless Destination Awaits
  • Parking: Stop trying to park me, and PARK me! - How to #LimeRight
  • Bikeshare

    • Do people need to wear helmets?

    • How does bike share work?

    • How much does it cost and how do I pay?

    • What happens in the winter?

    • Where do I park the bike?

    • Who do I contact for questions and concerns about LimeBike?

    • Won't people vandalize the bikes?