Take part in this Group Ride and automatically earn TWO competition entries 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.
Leave Centra car park and turn left onto the R498. Continue into Borrisoleigh village and turn left onto R501. At Summerhill cross turn left and follow the road around to the right. After 1.3km turn right after the bridge. Pass Killoskehan Castle and at Goldings Cross and turn right. Follow the road to a stop junction. Go straight across the road and into Drom village. Turn left at the church. At the next stop junction, turn right. Turn left at the next junction. Follow the road to the end and turn right at the stop junction. After a short distance, turn left at the next junction. At the end of this road proceed with caution through the stop junction onto the N62. Go straight across the road and continue into Loughmore village, where we stop for a coffee break at the Cottage. After the Cottage, turn left and follow the road to a stop junction. Head straight across the road into Templemore, past the railway station. Continue into the town to the stop junction at the Town Hall. Turn left and follow the R501 back to Borrisoleigh to the stop junction. Turn right, up through the village to Centra car park.
Please click here to complete a self-assessment personal screening questionnaire in advance of your bike ride.
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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!