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Bolt e-bikes Sligo
Sligo Town, Co. Sligo
Bolt e-bikes are a convenient and affordable way to travel around Sligo Town. Available at over 50 designated parking zones across the town, they are free to unlock and cost only €0.15 per minute to ride. Download the Bolt app to take a trip.

Bolt e-bikes allow customers to start and end their e-bike journey at several locations in Sligo Town. Taking a trip with a Bolt e-bike is simple:

1. Install the Bolt app on your smartphone.

2. Follow the easy steps to create your account.

3. Search for your nearest available Bolt e-bike in the app.

4. Scan your chosen bike to unlock it.

5. Enjoy your e-bike ride.

6. Once finished, return your bike to one of 50 parking locations throughout Sligo.

There are over 20 locations in the centre of Sligo Town with additional locations at the Atlantic Technology University Campus, some local hotels, sports venues and the Sligo Railway Station.

Contact details
Sligo (MacDiarmada) Train Station, Knappagh Road, Abbeyquarter North,Sligo,Republic of Ireland
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