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Citi Bike Removing Electric Bikes Off Streets


Lyft's company Citi Bike is making some big changes due to mechanical errors. According to Business Insider, Citi Bike has removed its electric pedal-assisted bikes from circulation after receiving reports of overly powerful brakes. Streetsblog New York has recently reported that the pedal-assisted bikes first began being pulled from the Citi Bike map over the weekend.

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