Just Eat dublinbikes is the ideal application for users of the Dublin self-service bicycle system operated by JCDecaux, number one worldwide for self-service bicycle hire.
Just Eat dublinbikes uses the geolocation and mapping functions of your smartphone in order to simplify the access to the service by informing you in real-time about the availability of stations and the status of your account.
Just Eat dublinbikes provides an immediate and effective response to the following questions:
- Where to find a bike around me?
- Where to return my bike?
- Where to find a station near to a given address?
- What is the status of my favorite stations?
- How to be informed in case of the unavailability of bikes/ parking at my favorite stations?
- What is my account status?
- How much did was my last journey cost?
Just Eat dublinbikes also guides you towards the stations of your choice through GPS navigation capabilities integrated into your smartphone.
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There is a reason every station is always full of bikes
This is the most difficult city bike program I’ve ever encountered. Only a limited amount of stations allow you to attempt accessing bike with a credit card and the process for doing so is long, awkward, tedious and in the end, the system would not process any of our credit cards and we never got bikes anyway after several attempts. We thought it odd that we didn’t see more people using these around Dublin but learned that like us, the system is literally broken. The folks at the Dublin Visitor Center didn’t even know how to get a bike showing that locals don’t even use them.
If you are traveling abroad do not use this service. The website says “order confirmed” but it’s not, apparently they need to call for some reason and if it’s a US number it doesn’t go through. What’s the point of having an online service if you are still supposed to call. 90 minutes later and we still don’t have our food.
No stations work
Walked to 5 different stations and none of them work to set up an account. Not the best way to spend limited time in Dublin. You should allow setup from a mobile phone if your stations can’t be reliable. That’s what Oslo Bikes did and it works well.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.