27 Jan 2017
Public bikes across Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Galway and Limerick have travelled a distance equivalent to 1,000 trips around the earth
New statistics released today show strong uptake of the five city bikes schemes delivered in partnership with Coca-Cola Zero Sugar in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
2016 saw a total of 4,903,851 journeys take place across the schemes in Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Galway and Limerick, which now have a total of 91,850 subscribers
Coca‑Cola Ireland is investing €130,000 in the Coca‑Cola Thank You Fund 2016 (“The Fund”). This money will be granted to not-for-profit voluntary and charitable organisations operating within communities throughout the island of Ireland.
The Fund is working with communities in Ireland and Northern Ireland to inspire and support young people. The Fund was launched in 2011 to mark The Coca-Cola Company’s 125th anniversary and has run every year since.
Last year proved to be a big year for cycling as more than 4.5 million journeys were taken on Coca-Cola Zero Bikes, and by the end of the year more than 74,000 people had subscribed to the scheme.
Four new Coca-Cola Zero Bikes schemes were successfully established by the National Transport Authority in Cork, Galway and Limerick by 2015, and by Belfast City Council in 2015, contributing to the surge in cycling. They follow in the footsteps of the
We’re taking Coca-Cola Zero Bikes across the country with schemes in Galway, Limerick and Cork
After rolling out Coca-Cola Zero dublinbikes in Dublin, we have extended the pedal power to Galway, Limerick and Cork, where our new bike sharing schemes are getting even more people moving. Featuring a black design with bright red accents, the Coca-Cola Zero Bikes are a striking addition to the streets of these iconic cities.
Coca-Cola Zero Bikes helping to create a culture of cycling across Ireland
Cycling is one of the best ways to get active. Whether it’s a leisurely ride in the park or part of your daily commute, an active healthy lifestyle leads to a happier, healthier you!
As part of our commitment to encouraging active healthy lifestyles, we’re working to build a culture of cycling in Ireland, making our Coca-Cola Zero Bikes as accessible to people as possible
We’re ready to help tackle the global problem of obesity, and we’ve made a number of commitments to get there.
First, we’re getting people to understand the idea of energy balance, which means balancing the calories you take in with the calories you burn off. We already provide nutritional information on all our drinks, such as Reference Intakes, ingredients and portion sizes, to help you make informed choices about what you buy.
Now, here’s the
Ever felt the urge to jump for joy? Or dance until sunrise? Or found that the more you laugh, the harder it is to stop? Keeping moving is one of the most important things we can do for our health and happiness; the happier we feel, the more we move, and the more we move, the happier we feel. Simple.
That’s why it’s our ambition to get one million people active by 2020.
Why not jump in and join us?
We’re proud sponsors of one of the most successful public bike sharing schemes in the world.
We want to get the nation pedalling with Coca-Cola Zero Bikes – public bicycles that you can pick up and drop off at docking stations in cities across Ireland.
Building on our commitment to encourage physical activity in Ireland, we partnered with JCDecaux and Dublin City Council in June 2014 to support the expansion of the popular dublinbikes scheme. We
Camogie star and former Cork Rose of Tralee, Anna Geary was on hand to help us launch Coca-Cola Zero Bikes in Cork. We caught up with her to find out how the bike scheme has been received in The Rebel County.
Have the Coca-Cola Zero Bikes been welcomed in your city?
The launch of the Coca-Cola Zero Bikes has been welcomed with open arms by the city of Cork. With 31 stations and 330 bikes to avail of, both tourists and locals alike can enjoy this
24 Apr 2015
Three million journeys in last nine months
Key role in +100% increase in cycling in capital in the last decade
Coca-Cola Zero dublinbikes marked a milestone today with the announcement that more than 10 million journeys have now been taken on the public hire bike scheme.
The scheme, which is provided by JCDecaux on behalf of Dublin City Council, launched as dublinbikes in September 2009 and reached the one million journeys mark by August of the