Coca Cola Zero Belfast Bikes Wheel into Twin Spires Complex
Ortus Property Services are delighted to welcome Coca Cola Zero Belfast Bikes to the Twin Spires Complex, Belfast.
Coca Cola Zero Belfast Bikes public bikeshare has its newest location at Twin Spires Complex, Belfast, with 6 brand new bikes. The bikes are located at the front of the forecourt in prime location for Belfast City Centre commuters. With over 40 docking stations throughout Belfast the bike scheme provides low cost convenient travel. Bikes are available to rent 365 days a year from 6am to midnight.
Twin Spires Complex is managed by Ortus Property Services hosting a range of local SME companies. Chris Shaw, Ortus Property Executive remarked:
“We are delighted to be opening our new store in Dairy Farm Shopping Centre and look forward to welcoming many of our existing and new customers to the salon. We have seen a lot of exciting changes in the area and with our plans to grow we see the Dairy Farm Shopping Centre as the perfect location for the future of our company. We currently employ six staff but with the increased retail unit, we feel this gives us the opportunity grow and increase staff numbers in the coming years.”
Bikes are easy to rent with a number of options available to the user including the station kiosk, the nextbike app or by calling Belfast bikes hotline. Bikes can be returned to any bike docking station throughout Belfast enables users to hop on hop off at any location.
These bikes will offer commuters a healthier, convenient and enjoyable way to travel around the city of Belfast.
Welcoming the latest expansion of the scheme, the Lord Mayor, Councillor Nuala McAllister, said:
“We’re delighted how popular the Coca-Cola Zero Belfast Bikes scheme has become in its first two years of operation. Seeing the diverse range of people using the bikes throughout the city, from business people to students and tourists, tells us that people are embracing the scheme – something that is backed up by our membership figures, with more than 4,500 annual subscribers and over 4,600 casual subscriptions to date.”