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The e-bikes will be available to rent at more than 900 bike stations around the city.
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Our new ebikes start rolling out today! ⚡ Shave time off your commute. Take that bridge on (no sweat). Make it there with time to spare.
— Citi Bike (@CitiBikeNYC) February 19, 2020
The system is run by Lyft, and riders can access the bikes using either the Citi Bike or Lyft apps.
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They were briefly available in 2018 but had to be removed after some malfunctioned.