SPOKANE, WASH — LimeBike, a bike and scooter share company, is starting a pilot program in Spokane that will run for about two months.

Users can rent a bike, then when they are done, they can leave the bike on any public sidewalk or city bike rack if they are not blocking driveways or entry ways.

Seattle launched its bike-share program in July 2017. Many said its system created a frenzy in the bike share market and changed how bike share programs look. They have also complained about bikes being left in odd places around the city.

If the pilot is successful, a more permanent bike-share program will be launched in spring of next year.

The program launches on Sept. 4.