Challenging

Fintona Beragh Loop 1

The Village Inn, Killyclogher, Omagh
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8 Participants
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Description

Well done to those of you who have completed the four cycles in July and welcome to any new cyclist who want to take up the challenge in August! 

Leaving the Village Inn car park in Killyclogher, our journey will take us left onto and across the Cookstown Road onto Farmhill Road. On reaching the Carrickmore Road, we will turn right and head down to the roundabout where we will take the second left onto the Donaghanie Road. After passing the new hospital on the right, we will turn right onto the Cranny Road and on reaching the roundabout at Drumragh Integrated, we will take the second left onto the Bankmore Road. 

On reaching the A5 road which is a very busy road, we will take a careful left followed by a tricky right onto the Seskinore Road, where we will then take the next right onto the Fintona Road. We will have a stop at the halfway convenience store and depending on the weather maybe an ice-cream! We will then continue and just before Fintona we will take a left at the Carnalea bridge and head for Seskinore. 

From here, we will head to Beragh then back to Omagh were we will enjoy a well deserved social distancing cuppa.

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Joan Potts
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Joan Potts

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I'm an enthusiastic leisure cyclist keen to see more people cycling in my area. This is a great way to meet new friends and clear the head, plus have a bit of fun!

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Joan Potts

Lovely evening for a cycle. Well done to Fergal on his first group cycle.  Everyone enjoyed a hard earned ice lolly in Beragh. Great turnout and good cycling by everyone.

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