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Bleeperbikes plans electric bikes launch in June

The 200 Bleeper-E bikes will be introduced to Dublin city after the company confirmed a licence with Dublin City Council

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
25th April, 2019

Bike sharing company Bleeperbike is to roll out its first electric bikes to Dublin commuters later this year.

The 200 Bleeper-E bikes will be introduced to Dublin city after the company confirmed a licence with Dublin City Council. The final models of the bike are to arrive in May before being launched to the public in June.

Bleeperbike currently has 450 stationless bikes situated across Dublin city. The bikes are unique in that they are not...

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