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Orlando Bike Share has launched their bike rental program in downtown Orlando

At a ribbon cutting on Friday, Orlando Bike Share launched its short-term bike rental program. City and County officials attended the event at the OUC Reliable Plaza bike sharing station. Before a short group ride led by Mayor Dyer, OUC President Dan Kirby and Florida Hospital VP for Community Health Impact Verbelee Neilson-Swanson spoke about […]

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Lime is bringing back e-bikes

Lime Bikes are coming back to Orlando. The micro-mobility company pulled its electric-assist bikeshare program back in 2019 and leaned into the cheaper-to-run scooter game instead. But, with the recent closure of HOPR Bikes, Orlando has been dockless bike-less since April. Lime is ready to drop 50 e-bikes in downtown Orlando this month with another […]

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Ask Bungalower: Why is Lime throwing out all of these bikes?

“Hey, Bungalowers. What’s up with all these bikes in the dumpster?” – Bungalower Reader UPDATE – A Lime official has informed Bungalower since this posting was originally shared that they meant to say “bikes” not “scooters” were in the dumpster. Well, there’s a lot to dissect here so stick with us. The dumpster pictured in […]

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Juice Bike Share to close by end of month

Juice Bike Share was Orlando’s first public bike share program and it launched in 2016 2015 and since then, Juice riders have taken over 115,000 trips and ridden over 200,000 miles. But that will end on March 24. The company’s initial contract with the City of Orlando is ending and they’ve already begun removing stations, […]

Lime Bikes in Orlando

Dockless bikeshare has officially launched at the University of Central Florida and in the City of Orlando with the introduction of hundreds of Lime Bikes in late 2018. Join us online on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. to learn how to ride a Lime Bike, as well as what it took to introduce […]

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Bike-powered farmers expand to Parramore

EDIT: Fleet Farming is a program that operates under the non-profit IDEAS For Us and not a separate non-profit as we posted earlier.  The local pedal-powered Fleet Farming (Website) has recently announced that they will be expanding their yard-farming services into the Parramore neighborhood.  The move is part of a a movement by the City […]

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Peter Martinez leaves Juice Bike Share

Peter Martinez, founder of Juice Bike Share (Website), has stepped down as the Director of Orlando’s first bike share program. Martinez founded the program four years ago, the company was purchased by Santa Monica-based CycleHop (Website) in the summer of 2013. CycleHop currently owns and operates bike share programs in 11 different cities across North […]

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Juice Bike ride map reveals where all those orange bikes are going

Orlando’s homegrown bikeshare program, Juice Bike Share (Website), has released an interactive map that reveals a line showing every ride a Juice Bike has been on since they started. Each ride taken is indicated with a faint orange line. The more dense and bright the color, the more rides have gone through that area. The data […]