Following Lime’s launch in Milton Keynes last week, micro mobility is making its way to the British capital this Friday.
Londoners in the boroughs of Brent and Ealing can now take advantage of Lime’s brightly-colored fleet of electric-assist bikes, giving them a more accessible and emission-free way to get around the city.
Lime-E offers the convenience of a rechargeable lithium battery, boosting riders up to 14.8 mph to help get them up hills and through alleyways without breaking a sweat.
“We’re excited to usher in a new era of smart urban mobility in London,” said Jaanaki Momaya, GM of Lime UK. “Our local operations team is working hand-in-hand with city officials to ensure that Lime fits seamlessly into London’s robust transportation network.”
To get started, riders can locate the nearest Lime-E in-app and scan the QR code when they’re ready to unlock the bike. Ending the ride is as easy as locking the rear wheel and parking safely out of the way of pedestrian traffic.
Lime e-assist bikes start at just £1 to unlock and 15p per minute to ride.