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ofo bikes come to Norwich business park

Paul Harding (left) and Giles Aves from ofo’s operations team, launching the bikes at Broadland Business Park with Joanna Thornton, estate manager at Broadland Business Park. Picture: Four Agency

Paul Harding (left) and Giles Aves from ofo’s operations team, launching the bikes at Broadland Business Park with Joanna Thornton, estate manager at Broadland Business Park. Picture: Four Agency

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Bike sharing firm ofo is now a well established presence in Norwich, with its yellow dockless bikes a common site on the city’s streets.

Now workers on Broadland Business Park on the outskirts of the city are set to benefit from the clean and convenient travel method.

Docks for ofo bikes have been set up adjacent to three buildings on the park – Lakeside 400, Lakeside 500 and Bankside 300.

Joanna Thornton, estate manager at Broadland Business Park, said: “We have cycle paths traversing Broadland Business Park that link to the local cycle network and a lot of people working here cycle to work, which we encourage. Having ofo bikes available feeds into the green travel planning strategy for Broadland Business Park.”

By downloading the ofo app, riders are able to locate bikes and unlock them using bluetooth. ofo has agreed a promotional code for the first 50 users on Broadland Business Park, and helmets are available for staff on request.


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