First viewing of “Coca-Cola Zero Bike” for schemes in Cork, Limerick and Galway
Posted on 02/07/14 at 11:11
Schemes will launch to the public this autumn – bikes have striking red-and-black design and automatic gear-change .
The first viewing of the new, specially-designed bike for the regional cities’ Coca-Cola Zero Bikes scheme took place in Cork’s City Hall this morning, where Minister Alan Kelly TD and the National Transport Authority were joined by the Lord Mayor of Cork, scheme sponsors Coca-Cola Zero and operators An Rothar Nua.
Featuring a distinctive black design with bright red accents, the new bikes will soon be a striking presence on the streets of Cork, Limerick and Galway, when the three public bikes schemes launch to the public in the autumn.
Uniquely amongst bike schemes world-wide, these bikes have built-in gear-shifting technology, enabling automatic gear-changes which will contribute towards easier and safer cycling for users.
For more information read the press release – Design reveal – Coca Cola Zero Bikes regional cities