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PHOTO: Cycle ends for yellow bikes as ofo pulls out of Lynn

Roy Defreitas of Lynn has been renting an Ofo bike for the past week. (Jim Wilson)

LYNN — Roy Defreitas of Lynn has been renting an ofo bike for the past week. But he’ll have to find another way to get around now that the bike-sharing company pulled its bikes out of Lynn.

Earlier this week, the company announced its departure from Massachusetts as part of a global restructuring, according to ofo’s head of North America, Andrew Daly.

“As we continue to bring bikeshare to communities across the globe, ofo has begun to prioritize operations in a number of successful markets, allowing us to continue to serve our customers at the high level of quality they have come to expect,” he said.

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