Easy Going

Murrintown to Kilmore Quay

Murrintown Community Centre
Group size
8 Participants
Bike
All Bikes
Description

Leaving Murrintown Community Centre, we head out in the direction of Baldwinstown and then on to Kilmore Quay where we will have our coffee stop (20 mins approximately). We will then head on up through Kilmore Quay and on to Kilmore Village. We will continue in the direction of Ballycogley, where we will turn left and head over through Mayglass Village. Taking a left hand turn at the cemetery, we will make our way up the L7097 back to Murrintown Community Centre.

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Leader Recommendations
Clothing
Helmet
Layers
Rain Jacket
Supplies
Spare inner tube
Levers
Pump
Extras
Face Mask
Money for a Cuppa
Hi-Vis
Extras
Gloves
Water
Warm Layers
Georgina Gaul
leader
Georgina Gaul

About

I love my bike! I love adventure, being outside in the fresh air, on the move, all year round. I love how it makes me feel - Alive! I honestly believe the best experiences are shared experiences which is why I decided to register to become a Ride Leader. I want to share the 'Feel Good' with as many people as possible. We will never be as young again as we are now, let's give it a go and see what happens!

Leader Comments
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Georgina Gaul

While blustery, it was a beautiful day to be out on the bikes. Very mild and fresh. Kilmore was wild and mild. Our coffee stop at the little café was perfect and the coffee and treats got their usual enthusiastic welcome. Today was an example of a December day in Ireland and it was perfect. The damp green air is full of the purest of oxygen, at least that's how it feels. Thanks everyone for another very enjoyable day out on the bikes. We had a hiccup or two to deal with en route, but nothing that fazed us. We were cool!

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