Departing Arches Bar in the direction of Quartertown and Clyda Bridge (R619). At Clyda Bridge t-junction, we turn right for Newberry Cross, taking a left over the level crossing and road for Dromahane village (R620)/ Stopping here at Kelly's Costcutter for Tea or coffee (I can recommend the coffee!). Suitable refreshed, we recommence our cycle, taking the road to Mallow. At Gouldshill junction, we will go left for Quartertown village. We will head through the village passing the old Watermill, taking a right for Mallow and back to our start point at the Arches Bar (where we can have a seat and chat on the rear terrace with coffee or tea, if so desired.)
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I enjoy cycling as a recreational sport and as a family activity. Cycling is a low impact way to stay fit and experience the open air that's suitable for everyone. I am involved in a local Cycling Club, hold a Coaching qualification and coach our Youth members.
Very enjoyable cycle. Nice group. Great weather. Good coffee in the middle and good coffee chat and social interaction at end.
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