The bike-share company has submitted its plans for 2020 in Minneapolis.
50 of the new bikes will be in circulation for a limited time.
The ride-sharing service will go live this year on Monday.
It comes after Lime announced it would not be bringing dockless bikes back to the capital.
It's to mark World Car-Free Day.
The Twin Cities suburbs have launched the new services over the weekend.
Bikes could be locked and unlocked anywhere using a smartphone app.