Easy Going

Kill to Kilimor Moorefield

Parking area behind Lawrencetown National School
Group size
8 Participants
Bike
All Bikes
Description

This is a 31km cycle. There is a short spin option to New Gate, Higgins Cross back by Barnaboy. 

The cycle will start by heading to Dooras cross-roads and taking a right before turning left for Kill 1km before New Gate (short spin can proceed to New Gate & Higgins Cross and take a right by Barnaboy). Continue straight on Kill road until we come to a T-Junction, turning left for Kilimor town. On reaching Kilimor we can break for coffee and then proceed through the town turning left for Moorefield after Duffy's Shop. Continue until we reach the main R355, turning left back to Lawrencetown.

Notes for cycle:

-No helmet, no cycle - You must wear a helmet.

- Eat a good breakfast and drink lots of water before cycle.

-Please ensure you have a back-up lift home should a puncture occur. 

-If cold, wear layers, rain jacket, warm socks and runners, gloves. If warm wear sun-screen!

-Bring small backpack with water and a light snack e.g. banana, apple, energy bar. 

-Bring a few €€’s for a cuppa – support local!

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.

Leader Recommendations
Clothing
Helmet
Layers
Rain Jacket
Supplies
Spare inner tube
Levers
Pump
Loraine Treacy
leader
Loraine Treacy

About

I enjoy keeping active and love cycling for leisure. I am involved with our village's "Let's Get Active" group which promotes health, fitness and well-being for all ages in our community and the surrounding areas. It would be great to encourage locals to cycle as it's an easy, healthy and fun way to get out in the fresh air for a break from everyday life 😀.

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