In September, dockless bikeshare companies LimeBike, Ofo, Jump DC and Spin rolled into the city, potentially freeing people from Capital Bikeshare's (minimally) burdensome docking stations. The bikes currently are allowed in D.C. under a six-month pilot program that will come under official review in spring... but that's not stopping the shenanigans.
Sometimes when rules are relaxed, people take advantage. The dockless bike companies track the bikes and move them from inconvenient locations — but that doesn't stop passers-by from getting in a good laugh first. Pro-tip: Be a good citizen and park your bike properly.
We've rounded up a few of the times that bikeshares were caught in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Have you caught any dockless bike weirdness? Let us know at Sophia.Barnes@nbcuni.com.