“sharing economy” executives at OMSI Thursday for
a Tech Fest Northwest panel.
The user-owned bike share system due to launch in Portland in September says that participants won’t have to pump the tires in any bikes shared on their network.
That was one of several tidbits shared Thursday by the CEO of Spinlister, the Santa Monica-based peer-to-peer platform that is planning a first-of-its-kind bike sharing pilot program in Portland.
As BikePortland reported in March, Spinlister says it will buy a line of custom “Smart Bikes,” give them to selected Portlanders for free, and let them float freely around the Portland area like so many car2gos.