Our Dutch bicycles; go see them at GreenAer!

Our Dutch bicycles and delivery bicycles are available at GreenAer - 12a Magennis Place (off Pearse Street), Dublin 2 - open Mon - Fri: 9.30am - 6.30pm, Sat: 10am - 4pm

Of course, you can also learn about our bike online: on our YouTube Channel, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Cycling Blog. Take a look! For example: by watching our customers Gavin and Lizzie having fun in one of our delivery bikes, below


bear bicycles; who are they?

bear is an Amsterdam bicycle company selling high quality Dutch bicycles and delivery bicycles in Dublin. You can see and try our bikes in GreenAer (12a Magennis Place, off Pearse Street). If you would like more information about Dutch bicycles then contact bear bicycles now!


We also sell typically Dutch bicycle accessories. Our bike bike locks are made by a producer of bank safes. Our coloured bike crates are Amsterdam’s hottest. And our ding dong bells in 11 colours chime loud enough to alert car drivers. And there’s more. Check out our bicycle accessories.


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Our Dutch bicycles; go see them at GreenAer!
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