“But unlike rival bike-sharing company Ofo, which pulled out of St. Louis in July, it’s not clear whether the company attempted to donate parts of its bicycle fleet, which at one point numbered 1,500. The bicycles’ presence in a north city scrapyard suggests it did not.”<br><br>They’re hoping to fare better with scooters. 🤨

"But unlike rival bike-sharing company Ofo, which pulled out of St. Louis in July, it's not clear whether the company attempted to donate parts of its bicycle fleet, which at one point numbered 1,500. The bicycles' presence in a north city scrapyard suggests it did not."

They're hoping to fare better with scooters. 🤨

Lime Bikes Were Supposed to Make St. Louis a Cyclist's City. Now They're Trash

Lime bikes turned up at a St. Louis scrapyard on Wednesday, dumped by the dozens on a mountain of junk that overlooks the nearby riverfront...
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