Cycling South Dublin and Wicklow: Great Road Routes - Ian O'Riordan
Dublin Cycling Campaign is delighted to welcome sports journalist and author Ian O’Riordan to address our public meeting on Monday 10th September at 7pm.
Ian has been a sports reporter with The Irish Times for 20 years. He also ran for Ireland as a junior, spent four years on a running scholarship in America and has run several marathons, including Athens, New York and Honolulu. He first took to road cycling in 2006 and has since ridden several major road routes throughout Europe, including the famous Alpine stages from Geneva to Nice. He lives in Glencullen, on the Dublin/Wicklow Mountains border.
Ian is the author of the recently published book Cycling South Dublin and Wicklow and will address a Dublin Cycling Campaign audience on his journeys and meanderings by bike in the Dublin - Wicklow mountains and beyond. He will, no doubt, offer his reflections on wider sports, cultural and social issues, crystallised on his long meditative cycles through the hills. Ian’s book will be available on the night at a reduced price and with a free signature provided!
Please arrive early to be guaranteed a seat! And note that we will retire to the lovely Library Bar after the talk. All welcome.
A review of IanO’Riordan’s book by Dublin Cycling Campaign member Frank Foley can be read here.
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