Wanted: "Cycling Stories"

UCD School of Communications and Media Studies and Dublin Cycling Campaign are looking for photos and cycling stories for an “Irish Cycling Stories” series. We are particularly interested in photos and stories from people who may have cycled to school, work or for fun in the past.

https://tinyurl.com/2hbyux86

Please send photos with short cycling background story (100 words for now) to shaunaroberts22@gmail.com, davidt@dublincycling.com (083.333.9283)



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