TFI Bikes

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TFI Bikes is a self-service bike rental service open to all from 14-years old. Stations are conveniently located through each city making it easy to get around on a TFI Bike, whether it is commuting to work and meetings or some sight-seeing at your leisure.

The TFI Bike service is available all year 7 days a week, from 5am to 12.30am, though a bike can be returned to available stands at any time of the day.

TFI Bikes consists of stations with a terminal and stands for the bikes. The bikes are locked into the stands, when a bike is hired it is released by the system. On return, the bike is locked back into a stand at any station, and the hire is then completed.

There is a useful basket on the front for a small bag, back and front lights which are lit whenever the bike is ridden. The bikes have continuously variable gearing, which allows the rider to constantly adjust the gearing to the cycling circumstances and offers a smooth, seamless shifting with no steps. There is an anti-theft lock on the bike, if you need to leave the bike unattended for short periods.

A TFI Bikes Annual Subscription is the easiest way to use the TFI Bike Service in the city - just present your card and enjoy the benefits, all year round, for just €10 year. The first 30-minutes of each hire is at no charge, for longer hires a charge applies.

For occasional short-term use or by visitors to the city, there is a convenient 3-day Subscription option available online for just €3. The first 30-minutes of each hire is at no charge, for longer hires a charge applies.

Limerick City

Various locations in Limerick city

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€10 for 1 year subscription
€3 for 3 day subscription
Free for first 30 minutes
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