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
We’ve partnered with government, the National Transport Authority and a number of city and county councils to bring
Dublin was the first city to get in gear, as we became the official sponsor of dublinbikes in June 2014. Our investment of almost €2 million saw 56 new stations and 950 new bikes added to the popular scheme so cyclists could hop on a bike at a range of locations. Watch the video to see how we made the launch an overnight surprise, complete with free samples of
These schemes, which opened in late 2014, saw
Next stop: Belfast! We recently announced plans to support the introduction of a public bike sharing scheme in Northern Ireland.
Movement is happiness
At Coca Cola, our goal is to encourage more people to become more active, more often. That's why we support sporting initiatives ranging from top-level to grassroots sports, as well as everyday activities – opportunities that everyone can get involved with! Take a look at how we’re using some of our partnerships to promote physical activity.
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