Category Archives: Trail Cycling in Ireland

Exciting things to come at Trailcycling.ie

Here at Trailcycling.ie we are currently working a new workshop, which we will be rolling out this season. So keep an eye out on our website, Facebook and Twitter feed for details, as they will be coming your way soon!! Trailcycling.ie offers Cycling Ireland’s excellent Gearing-Up Off Road Programme which deals with...
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Ireland’s First Approved Gearing Up Training Centre

As the approved providers,trailcycling.ie is delighted to announce that Lough Key Forest & Activity Park has been established as Ireland’s First Approved Training Centre for Cycling Ireland’s excellent Gearing Up Off-Road program. This program teaches the fundamental skills required to cycle off-road and is certified by Cycling Ireland. For more...
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Moone Boy Festival

As part of the hugely successful Moone Boy Fest, trailcycling.ie offered complimentary cycling tours of the Moone Boy Trail. Cyclists were guided around Boyle Town where scenes from the awarding show were filmed. Each location has a unique QR code and when scanned with a smart phone or tablet plays...
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North Roscommon Greenway

Trailcycling.ie was delighted to be associated with the launch on Friday last of the North Roscommon Greenway Project. An Taoiseach Enda Kenny turned the first sod on the proposed 26.7 km loop around Lough Key taking in Boyle Town, Lough Key Forest & Activity Park and a boardwalk section at Knockvicar....
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Lough Key Triathlon

Lough Key Triathlon Club held its annual  sprint  distance triathlon in Lough Key Forest Park on Sunday last with approximately 300 competitors taking part. The park looked amazing and has to be the best venue on the National Tri calender. The weather also played its part with athletes enjoying perfect race conditions. The...
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Mini greenway for Ballyfarnon/Geevagh

Last September, Deirdre Kennedy, Liam Gray, Philip James and myself walked a grassy, muddy, partially overgrown section of the Miner’s Way Trail known as the Old Sligo Road with the view to upgrading it to cycle friendly status. On August 1st, trailcycling.ie was delighted to be associated with the official...
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Bike Maintenance Course

Is there anything worse than your Sunday spin been cut short due to mechanical failure and then you have the increasing cost of having your pride and joy repaired. Well folks it doesn’t have to be that way! The majority of mechanical failures are due to poor maintenance and lack of...
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