More wheels, more ways.
Improving people’s lives with the world’s best transportation calls for more than just cars — that’s why we’re adding scooters to the Lyft lineup. We believe scooter networks are a last-mile solution to fusing Denver’s rail and bus networks with wherever you’re headed.
Tap the icon to see any available scooters nearby. Use your Lyft app to scan the QR code or to reserve a scooter ahead of time.
How to ride
- Kick-start the ground twice to get going.
- Press the throttle on the right-hand side of the handlebar to speed up.
- Hold down the brake on the left-hand side of the handlebar to slow down.
- One person per scooter — passengers prohibited.
Where to ride
Do not ride on sidewalks. Ride in bike lanes where available, or on the right side of the road. Do not ride along the 16th Street Mall, on the Auraria campus, or on Park trails.
Follow traffic laws
Denver laws apply to cars, bicycles, and, yep: scooters. This means you must stop at red lights and stop signs, follow crosswalk signals, be careful at street crossings, and steer clear of bike lanes or parks.
Pack your helmet
We’re working hard to support Denver’s efforts to build protected scooter lanes, but it’s never a bad idea to wear a helmet. (And don’t worry — helmet hair is cool now.)
Parking your scooter
Please be mindful of others when parking your scooter — use bike racks or park by the curb at all times. Don't block sidewalks, pathways, or wheelchair ramps. The city of Denver also has some very specific rules around parking your scooter.
Reserve before you go
Ensure that your scooter will actually be there when you arrive. Reserve a scooter ahead of time and we’ll hold your scooter for up to 15 minutes. You’ll be charged a per minute rate while the scooter is reserved. Once you unlock the scooter, you’ll also be charged an unlock fee.
See a friend? Latte (with oat milk, please) intermission? Just tap Lock in your Lyft app to lock your scooter (you’ll be charged a per minute rate while the scooter is locked) until you're ready again. We’ll wait.