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The Goeco Group
The Goeco group is a specialist
Irish company that supplies
bicycles & related services to the
public & commercial businesses of Ireland.

Since the foundation of Goeco Ltd in 2004 a loyal client base has been established across Ireland as a result of our capability to source, supply and manufacture bicycles and components that are otherwise unavailable from ordinary stockists. The company’s core product range is top end electric and folding bicycles and special needs tricycles which attract a discerning set of customers. Within this range Goeco stock, support and maintain technologies that are beyond the normal capabilities of mainstream outlets.

As cycling consultants & cycling engineers,
Goeco formed part of the Governments introduction of the tax free  incentive for cyclists leaving the Company in an active role owning the cycle to work website since 2009 and continuing as advisors to national clients. Cycling Constancy, Event management & training are areas that we are respected in by our ever growing client list.

In 2008 Goeco introduced a professional refurbishment service for vintage  bicycles to  support the film & TV industry as well & private clients.  This success has resulted in a supply network beyond Ireland in which the company lease restored vintage bicycles to period  drama production companies. In 2013 the Goeco owner was invited onto the Irish production of Dragons Den to  promote the reintroduction of  bicycle manufacturing and state of the art  vintage style and customised bikes aimed at both Irish and international markets.  This resulted in a new stakeholder, a new sister company and new branding called “HighNelly Bicycles”.  Today this service operates globally.

Cycling Consultancy
Cycling Training
Event Management
Feasibility Studies
Expert Legal Services
Audits & Surveys
Smarter Travel
Cycling Legislation
Cycling Insurance
Cycle to Work
Cycle Storage
Commercial Fleets


Goeco & HighNelly Bicycles are now positioned to make better use of its collaborative  network of clients and suppliers to support local and regional  bicycle schemes and organisations that use bicycles during normal operations. Apart from running bicycle maintenance training programs with Vocational Education Committees and supporting bike schemes and cycling awareness with local authorities, Goeco have teamed up with the University of Limerick to develop and make use of a cloud based lifecycle platform  for business clients. The platform means full traceability and accountability of costs associated with maintenance, reduced administration, full control, and a state of the art high quality service.

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