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A 6-month pilot of BleeperBike, Ireland’s first stationless bike-sharing scheme, is currently underway across Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. “Stationless”, shared bikes are locked to traditional bike stands so there is no need to install custom built docking stations, thereby reducing the cost of rolling out the scheme and avoiding time-consuming infrastructure.

The bikes are equipped with a smart lock, fixed above the back wheel of the bike. This smart lock controls usage of the bike by communicating with the free Bleeperbike app.

All you need to do to use this free service is download the Bleeperbike app, on Android or Apple – it takes less than 5 minutes to download the app and register your details.

For more information, click on the Bleeperbike FAQ, here. The in-app map will clearly identify all bike stands nearby, but more information is available at from the Bleeperbike web site.

Your first ride is free, so why not give it a try this bank holiday weekend?
Bleeper bikes by the sea

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