E‑bikes and E‑scooter in Kelowna
Lime has been serving Canada since 2018, with broad experience operating across many of the country’s most prominent cities. Lime has operated e-bikes and e-scooters in Kelowna since 2021, and has completed nearly 400,000 trips.
From Downtown to the Okanagan Rail Trail, Kelowna residents choose Lime for our commitment to safety, smooth ride experience and availability of our Gen4 e-bikes and e-scooters around the city.
FAQ in Kelowna
Yes - you must be over 18 years old to ride.
No, you don’t need a driver’s license to ride, but you need to be at least 18 years old, with proof of identification.
At the moment Lime operates in the City of Kelowna, from Kettle Valley to UBCO, Rutland to Glenmore. Please see the map on our app. If your destination is outside of these locations, you, unfortunately, won’t be able to travel the entire way.
Keep sidewalks clear for pedestrians and outdoor dining. The bike lane is all yours!
By law, you must use a helmet, either your personal one or an attached Lime helmet. If you find a vehicle without a helmet and don’t have your own with you, we recommend using the app to find another vehicle nearby.
Every vehicle has a unique license plate, both on the rear fender and front basket or stem. Record this license and time, and contact Lime support at [email protected]
Parking in Kelowna
Park correctly to create a safe experience for everyone.
✅ Park out of pedestrian sidewalks and building lines, as illustrated in the picture
❌ Never park on the sidewalk, in the middle of the road or in any way that could hinder pedestrian traffic
Lime Access in Kelowna
Lime Access is our global equity program that provides discounted rides to eligible residents. It is part of our core mission to provide sustainable transportation options to all. In Kelowna, eligible residents get discounted rides.
World Wildlife Fund
Lime and World Wildlife Fund are joining forces in the fight against air pollution and climate change. You can help! Click start donating and each time you ride, we'll round up the cost of your trip to the nearest dollar and donate the difference to WWF in support of healthier, more sustainable cities. Small Donations = Big Impact