Cycling is a fantastic way to get active, a green way to travel and loads of fun. That’s why we want to get more people pedalling and we are delighted to be in position to support Northern Ireland’s first public bike share scheme with the introduction of
We have a lot of experience supporting public cycle schemes through our investment in dublinbikes which saw the scheme double the number of docking stations and treble the number of bikes. We are also very proud of our role in helping to bring brand new schemes to the cities of Galway, Limerick and Cork.
Officially launching on 27th April 2015,
Did you know? Cycle rides under 30 minutes will be free of charge!
We want to encourage everyone to get moving; from commuters to students, shoppers to tourists. With journeys under 30 minutes costing absolutely nothing, there’s no excuse to not pick up a bike for those easy trips across town.
Announcing the sponsorship deal, Belfast Lord Mayor Nichola Mallon said: “We are very excited about launching the
"Thanks to the sponsorship, we will be able to provide this fantastic new addition to Belfast’s infrastructure at a very low cost to users. By keeping down the price of both the annual membership and the hire charges, we are hoping people in Belfast will embrace the benefits of cycling around the city to go about their day to day business. Whether it’s a quick dash to a meeting, lunch with friends or a shopping trip across town, these bikes will be a superb addition to the city's transport links and a further enhancement to its tourism offering.”
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