A new e-bike campaign has been launched which it's hoped will lead the way in Cork's transport future
A Cork woman says e-bike has changed her relationship with the city centre.
Sales of e-bikes and bicycles have risen in Ireland since March, particularly during the recent lockdown period, which saw many people return to cycling instead of cars when making local journeys.
A new e-bike campaign has been launched which it's hoped will lead the way in Cork's transport future.
The wE-bike initiative coincides with Cork Bike Week, which runs from Friday September 18th – 27th
Speaking to RedFM News Orla Burke says it's a cost saving alternative but also it's a great way to get around the city:
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