Go Inside Lyft's Pink-Mustache Filled HQ

Unless you've been living under a rock, you're aware that our city streets have been taken over by throngs of pink-mustache clad cars. Lyft — which has positioned itself as Uber's cheekier little sister — first launched in 2012 as the result of a hack-day project. Since then, John Zimmer and Logan Green have expanded their company into nearly 70 markets throughout the U.S., and recently debuted Lyft Line, an on-demand carpooling service that lowers prices for riders and will hopefully help decrease the number of cars on the road.
Since we never get tired of a good ride-sharing tale, we ventured to its Mission-based HQ to get the scoop straight from the source. Meet six cool Lyfters changing the face of transportation — from a government relations whiz to a whip-smart engineer — and get a peek at their one-of-a-kind office space. (Seriously: It has fuzzy elevators, a secret passageway, and lots and lots of pink.) Ready for the ride of your lyfe?