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Bike-shares kick off with a chilly start in St. Louis

Nathaniel Knoll, operations specialist for LimeBike, rights a few fallen bikes at the corner of Pine Street and Tucker Boulevard on Monday, April 16, 2018. High winds knocked over many of the bikes on the day of their unveiling. Photo by Cristina M. Fletes, cfletes@post-dispatch.com

Lime, the California-based bike sharing platform (formerly LimeBike), expanded its service to the city of Clayton earlier this month. 

According to a release from the city, several Lime bikes were to be placed at different locations throughout the city for the public to begin riding. Riders need to download the Lime app to unlock a bike.

The company since April has offered the service in the city of St. Louis. Today, more than 700 of its lime green bicycles are available to rent across the city.

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