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5,000 LimeBikes saved…or not?

This got weird, quickly.

The #SpinBikeProject: 600 bikes later

When I started the Bike Share Museum, all I planned to do was save a few bike share bikes for history’s sake…

Why is micromobility still banned in Miami?

It’s a simple question. Miami-Dade County has ignored the advice of experts. Why?

Saved, not scrapped! The JUMP Five arrive.

The Next Web recently asked “Does the mobility industry have a soul?” Well, I’m very happy to report that it does.

Peaches & Cream becomes the eSpin!

Ever since I rode my first JUMP 5.0, I’ve been eager to turn something into an e-assist pedelec.

JUMP Bike Models Demystified

There seems to be some confusion over the various JUMP models, so let’s look at what sets each model series apart.

20,000 JUMP bikes are dying.

Our inbox exploded with stories from JUMP shift leads and head mechanics.

Farewell(?) to the JUMP e-bike

Those who follow micromobility will know that Uber recently invested $170 million in Lime.

They cut the LimeBikes up.

I’ve mentioned many times that it is virtually impossible to get a LimeBike – legally, of course – for preservation.

Peaches & Cream: Hot Rod Spin

Extreme Makeover: Dockless Bicycle Edition.

Saving the Spins!

I wanted to save two…and saved a warehouse’s worth.

The Rebirth of a LimeBike

Its fate was a County scrap dump. And it cheated death.

An ofolly good cause!

I’m pleased to say another bicycle has joined the ranks of the Museum. No, not all of them.

Chillin’ Limes & Better Times

One of my favorite bike share memories was when I spotted these two LimeBikes in my neighborhood.

A closer look at Spin’s bicycle

No. 7723417 was one of the last Spin bicycles deployed in the Coral Gables area that I know of.

A Lime in need of love

The first-generation LimeBike is an interesting study and this one tugged at the heartstrings.