We will begin our bike ride at Wexford County Council car park where we will go through some essential bike safety skills before embarking on our bike ride. We will cover how to perform a bike check along with braking, head checking and gear selection.
Heading out of the car park, we will be taking a left turn and we pass through two successive roundabouts and on to the R730. We will continue onwards past Wexford Town's beautiful Quay front.We will continue our journey along Wexford's Cycle Hub Route 3, through the Faythe and on to the southbound cycle lane at Drinagh.
We will stop for a coffee at either the Farmers Kitchen or the Trough and chat about any issues that you have whilst cycling through an urban centre and help to give tips as to how to mitigate some of the risks. We will continue on the cycle track and on to the Rosslare Roundabout, where we take the second exit on to the N11 hard shoulder. The road rises steadily here as we approach the Duncannon Rd roundabout. Here we continue along the N11 until we reach the New Ross roundabout. Here we will dismount and perform a 'walking roundabout' manoeuvre on to the Newtown Rd. We will continue along the cycle tracks of this road until we reach Wexford General Hospital. A left turn here will take us back to the Wexford County Council car park.
Please click here to familiarise yourself with the safety guidance in place for group rides during Covid-19, and complete a self-assessment personal screening questionnaire in advance of your bike ride.
If you have a question for your ride leader in advance of the ride, please contact them through your dashboard, by clicking ‘ADD A DISCUSSION’ on this ride. Only the leader and those registered on this ride can view any questions/comments added through ‘VIEW DISCUSSION’ on their dashboard.
Note that insurance cover is only extended for the duration of the individual bike ride you have registered to complete.
I have had the pleasure of completing many sportive events both in Ireland and overseas. I’m equally happy using my bike for activities ranging from commuting to racing. I have spearheaded the successful Stayin’ Alive at 1.5 campaign and am passionate about road safety. I am also a cycle right trained cycling instructor and am happy to offer safe cycling tips and answer any cycling safety queries that you may have on the way. Come and join me for a spin!
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