Global Category: Cycling

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    LK Green Connect gets the green light in Co. Donegal

    Residents of Letterkenny – Co. Donegal’s largest town – are about to get moving in a whole new way. A refreshed walking, cycling and public realm infrastructure is in the pipeline; last month, Phase 1 of LK Green Connect commenced with elected members of the…

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    A spotlight on Bolt – The future of e-bikes

    The micro-mobility start-up Bolt has pioneered a variety of services – from taxi hailing and ride-share apps to grocery delivery and scooter rental services. So when the Estonian company announced it was dipping its toes into the world of e-bikes, it was a significant announcement;…

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    Cycling without Age – Pushing boundaries

    Last month, Fingal County Council announced the launch of Cycling without Age Fingal, which encourages older people in the community to enjoy the benefits of cycling. It’s the latest extension of a project first founded in Denmark back in 2012, beginning a much-loved practice of…

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    Slieve Bloom – A brand new cycling experience

    An array of brand new cycling trails have been popping up in Co. Offaly, earning The Faithful County a place in the list of Irish cycling hotspots. The Slieve Bloom Mountains, one of the oldest mountain ranges in Europe, now includes over 80kms of bespoke…

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    A Spotlight on Cycle Lanes and Routes in Ireland

    There’s lots to look forward to in the world of everyday cycling with the Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan recently announcing some €289m in funding to develop and construct further cycle infrastructure across the country. We put the spotlight on urban and rural cycle lanes…

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    5 Irish cyclists to watch out for in 2022

    When Nicolas Roche and Dan Martin retired within a week of each other last October, it signalled the end of an era in Irish cycling – but not the end of the road. With the likes of Sam Bennett and Eddie Dunbar already well established…