Just Wheely Garish


This morning.

Dublin City Council and JCDecaux Ireland launched the Just Eat dublinbikes this morning The new look branded bikes will on the streets of Dublin from the end of August.

In addition to the livery of the bikes, “the docking station screens, service vehicles, staff uniforms and associated inventory will all also be rebranded as Just Eat dublinbikes”.

Fast food FIGHT!

Pics: Dublin City Council and JCDecaux Ireland


This morning.

Merrion Square, Dublin 2

Above from left Richard Shakespeare, Assistant Chief Executive, Dublin City Council; Joanne Grant, Managing Director, JCDecaux Ireland; Dublin’s Lord Mayor Mícheál MacDonncha; and Amanda Roche Kelly Managing Director, Just Eat Ireland; as the Just Eat dublinbikes were unveiled this morning

Pic: Naoise Culhane



Stop that!

The Just Eat bikers hog Merrion Road, Dublin 2.

Pic: Naoise Culhane

27 thoughts on “Just Wheely Garish

    1. Nigel

      I remember a Ripley’s Believe It Or Not episode where a guy ate a bike. So there’s that.

  1. Paps

    They should set up a way of fining accounts if caught on paths, caught going the wrong way up a one way street, or caught breaking red lights. Perhaps putting a number on the bike, so people can easily identify then, give a time, the person who had the bike out gets a warning. Few warnings , you’re fined, or kicked off the system.

    1. Bob

      There are ID numbers on the bikes.
      Enforcement is down to local councils/ garda. That’s enough.

    2. Stephen

      there should be nothing wrong with cycling at moderate speed on paths if the road is a bit narrow for cyclist and cars together, especially as there is a lack of cycle lanes in places
      the Danish allow cyclists the opposite way up a one way street, its efficient!
      cyclists should be allowed to continue through red lights at slow to moderate speed if no pedestrians are crossing and its not a junction where cars will cross the cyclists path.

    3. gerry

      Even on this thread we get the anti-bike crowd. Didn’t see that coming but I should have.

      1. pedeyw

        On any thread about bikes you’ll get that. People like to live in a black and white world.

      2. Rugbyfan

        May as well throw this in too…..Paul Murphy opposes the fact you have to pay for them!….

  2. Bruncvik

    Whatever it takes to expand the bikes up north, at least to the Royal Canal corridor. If they need to paint them pink with little blue elephants, as long as the bikes are more accessible, I’m all up for it.

    1. gerry

      They don’t need to though. The bikes themselves bring in much more money than the sponsorship.

  3. bleeschmn

    I like the new sticker more than the Coke Zero ones, and they look easier to see.
    The design complements the shape of the wheel cover, as opposed to a logo being scaled to fit inside, with a flat background. The red section is a bit too big and garish though, but that’s branding for you.

  4. bleeschmn

    Although I haven’t seen the value of the deal announced yet – does that mean they’re paying fupp all?

  5. DavidT

    Junk food/sugary water + bikes, hah.

    At least ‘Just Eat’ have changed their font.

    I first time I saw the name ( sticker on a door) I honestly thought it said, ‘Just Fat’.

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