Easy Going

The Kings Mill

Car park, Hotel Kilkenny
Group size
8 Participants
Road/Hybrid Bikes

We will head out the Callan road towards Cuffsgrange, taking a left turn and continuing on this road into Burnchurch. From there we’ll take a back road to the main Kilkenny Kells road, taking a right into Kells, where we'll take a left at the bridge and head on to The Kings Mill cafe for some coffee and scones. After a twenty minute stop, we’ll head towards Ennisnag Junction. From there we’ll take a left and head all the way along the Waterford - Kilkenny road and finish up at the Village Inn.

Please check that your tyres are pumped up and your bike is in good working order. Please make sure you wear clothing appropriate to the weather conditions. Also, remember your money for the coffee stop. 

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Charlie Parsons
Charlie Parsons


Since 2006, I have been a recreational and utility cyclist and I have worked with Kilkenny Cycling Tours. I'm a tutor with southeast cycling safety, KRSP and Cycling Ireland. My aim is to get more people on bikes so they can enjoy the health benefits it has to offer.

Leader Comments
Charlie Parsons

Lovely cycle with a small group on the last day of May with temperatures at its highest for this month. Excellent coffee and croissant at the mills cafe with a nice spin back to Kilkenny city on quiet back roads.

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