Community advocacy group Skerries Cycling Initiative are organising a day trip in and around the lovely coastal town of Skerries, just north of Dublin City. * The Drogheda Train departs Connolly Station at 10.40, arrives in Skerries 11.14 * Delegates should take their own bikes which are permitted on this train at weekends * Tour will follow the coast road to 18th C Ardgillan Castle * Lunch can be bought in a local pub * Maximum 20 * For further information contact Michael on email@example.com
Details are being finalised. Festival runs for 1 week from June 21st 2019. Events include group cycle from Cork to Cobh.
2 Day/2 night community led bike tour * Meeting Friday night in local Cork pub * Saturday city tour showing cycling infrastructure and some tourist sights inc. (English Market, Elizabeth Fort, Shandon, UCC, Fitzgerald Park…..) * Visit to Cork community bikes workshop * Sunday tour along the old railway line to Passage West and ferry across to Cobh * Delegates will pay for their own meals and accommodation. Members of Cork Cycling Campaign may be able to host.
The aim of the festival is to celebrate the locality for its wonderful cycling routes, to bring people together to learn about the future of cycling in the area, to build a community that can be involved in developing the area and to have some fun. It’s lining up to be a great weekend of festival fun with cycling, art, music, food and camping. All events are free. Check out this gorgeous video from the 2018 event.
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