Take part in this Group Ride and earn one competition entry for 'The Big Community Bike Rides Winter Competition'!
The Big Community Bike Rides Winter Competition runs from October 31st to January 31st and gives participants the opportunity to win some fantastic prizes, all while being part of something bigger! For full competition details, please click the following link.
Leaving the car park, turn left onto the R498 and continue down through the village. Turn left onto the R501 towards Templemore. At Summerhill Cross, turn left and follow the road to the right. After 1.3km turn right directly after the bridge. Passing Killoskehan Castle and after passing Barnane school, take the next junction to the right, following the road to a stop junction. Turn left here and follow the R501 into Templemore. At the top of the town, turn right which is sign posted for Clonmore. Leaving the town and at the end of the long straight, take a right turn over the railway bridge and immediately at the next junction take a right for Castleiney. In the village, take the left turn and follow the road to a stop junction. Here, turn left and follow the road into Templemore. Time to stop for a well earned coffee break! Leaving Templemore, head down the main street and straight back on the R501 to Borrisoleigh. At the stop junction turn right, continuing up through the village and right into Centra car park.
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I have been cycling forever, it seems. I just love to cycle. For me it's the journey, that is the fun bit, not the destination and the pace is the key to an enjoyable spin. If I can share my experience and joy of cycling with others, then everyone is a winner!