LimeBike provides bike rental services. It offers an application to find a nearby bike in cities and campuses, and scan and unlock, and park and lock the bike. LimeBike is a dock-less bike share system, aiming to revolutionize urban mobility and solve the first and last mile transportation challenges. The Company's goal is to improve mobility in cities and campuses by empowering residents with cleaner, more efficient and affordable transportation options that improve urban sustainability.

Type
Private
HQ
San Mateo, US
Founded
2017
Size (employees)
168 (est)+5%
LimeBike was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in San Mateo, US
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Key People/Management at LimeBike

Toby Sun

Toby Sun

Co-Founder and CEO
Brad Bao

Brad Bao

Co-Founder and Executive Chairman
Adam Zhang

Adam Zhang

Co-Founder
Charlie Gao

Charlie Gao

CTO
Caen Contee

Caen Contee

VP of Marketing & Partnership
Dj Wei

Dj Wei

VP of Operations
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LimeBike Office Locations

LimeBike has offices in Zürich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Washington and in 33 other locations
San Mateo, US (HQ)
2121 S. El Camino Real, Suite B-100
Frankfurt, DE
Westendstraße 28
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LimeBike Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

LimeBike's latest funding round in June 2018 was reported to be $250 m. In total, LimeBike has raised $382 m. LimeBike's latest valuation is reported to be $1 b.
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LimeBike Financials

Market valuation

1 b
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LimeBike Operating Metrics

LimeBike's Registered Users was reported to be 250 k in Oct, 2017.
Oct, 2017Dec, 2017Jun, 2018

Active Cities

12 30

Bikes

10 k30 k

Registered Users

250 k

Rides (US)

1 m
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LimeBike Online and Social Media Presence

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LimeBike News and Updates

LimeBike scooters have secret alarms built-in that blare loud noises and threats to call the police, but the company says it's getting rid of them

LimeBike scooters were found blaring loud alarms and threats to call the police, The Guardian reported Thursday. Lime says it's phasing out the alarm, and that no scooter actually called the police. The warning was triggered if someone tried to tamper with a scooter without paying beforehand on th…

Lime is the first bike share to reach a Native American community

The more than 570 Native American tribes in the U.S. have been left out of the bike-share boom. Over 119 bike-share systems now exist across America, and with the rise of dockless bikes, more and more communities are gaining access to these crucial mobility tools. But if you look at the map, you’ll …

San Francisco will regulate electric scooter sharing

Electric push scooters have recently hit the streets of San Francisco. Over the last couple of weeks, LimeBike deployed some scooters in conjunction with local festivities in the city. And just yesterday, Bird launched its scooters in San Francisco. Spin has also deployed some scooters in the city. …

LimeBike pedals to $70 million additional funding

LimeBike just keeps piling on the millions. The dockless bike-sharing startup announced today that it has raised an additional $70 million from Fifth Wall Ventures and Rainbow Technology. This is an extension of the $50 million Series B round the startup announced last October. Since launching in Ma…

LimeBike pedals ahead with $70 mln Series B extension led by Fifth Wall

San Mateo, California-based LimeBike, operator of a fleet of lime-green colored bicycles in a connected bikeshare program, announced today that it has raised an additional $70 million as part of a Series B extension. Fifth Wall Ventures led the extension, which included Rainbow Technology Co Ltd. Th…

LimeBike's Expansion Shows How Bike-Share Wars Are Escalating

Rivalry among established Chinese companies and US startups has intensified into a trash-talking land grab involving electric scooters and electric bikes.
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