Council launches Fingle’s first e-bike sharing plan across the county

Fingal County Council has announced the arrival of its first e-bike sharing plan.

Created for you by the Council’s Department of the Environment, Climate Action and Active Travel, this exciting project includes the initial rollout of 100 battery power-assisted bicycles, which will be sold as e-bikes in Blanchardstown, Swords, Malahide, Baldoyle, Portmarnock and Howth also known. ,

Following a tender process, state-of-the-art, climate-friendly e-bikes are being installed throughout the week and residents and visitors to Fingal are encouraged to try and try out the distinctive aqua-colored bikes. ,

E-bikes provide battery power to help you on your journey and choosing an e-bike can prove to be a better way to get wherever you are going.

With up to 80km of battery life, TIER e-bikes are ideal for long trips or trips where a little extra oomph can come in handy as battery power starts to swell after a moment or two and helps keep you on the move. Is.

You can easily pick up a tiered e-bike. Just download the TIER app, scan the code on the e-bike to unlock it and you’re on your way! Fingle County Council says its e-bikes are suitable for anyone over the age of 16 and notes that a credit or debit card is required to sign up for the service.

The e-bike can be picked up and parked on designated bike racks and the trip must start and end within the fingernail area, all of which are shown in the Tier app.

David Storey, director of environment, climate action and action travel at Fingle County Council, said: “Not everyone has a bike and not everyone needs one.

“With these e-bikes choosing a bicycle is as simple as finding the bike and unlocking it with your phone.

“Active travel is about making important choices to walk or wheel for the short trips we take around town, to the shops or to training.

“Why sit in traffic or deal with rising fuel prices when you can get cheaper, cleaner and often faster on a bike or e-bike?

“Tier e-bikes are on the roads now and we’re encouraging everyone to try it and feel the difference that choosing active travel can make.”

Mayor of Fingal Clerk. Howard Mahoney said: “It’s great to see the addition of these new e-bikes to the Blanchardstown area and the county as a whole.

“If you’re new to cycling or it’s been a long time since you’ve been on a bike, maybe it’s time to see if active travel might work for you.

“E-bikes take the pressure off the cyclist with a lot of battery power doing the work for you, and they provide another great option for those who want to keep cycling.”

Pieder Golden, Ireland Country Manager, TIER said {“Sustainability is a key driver of TIER’s mission to transform mobility for good.

“As the first completely carbon-neutral provider of micromobility, we aim to promote the transition towards low-carbon transport. Our e-scooter trials at Dublin City University and in more than 530 towns and cities around the world Based on our experience of operations, we have been selected to launch our service in Fingle and look forward to supporting the people of Fingle as they explore the county by TIER e-bike.”

If you’re ready to try out a Fingal e-bike, just download the TIER app on your mobile phone to get started and scan the QR code to unlock the bike and start your journey.

The live map of the e-bike location can be seen in the TIER app. You can read more about the TIER e-bike sharing scheme and other active travel initiatives at www.fingal.ie/activetravel/bikes.

The e-bike revolution has arrived in Fingale.