Easy Going

Murrintown to Kilmore Quay Loop 1

Murrintown Community Centre, Car Park
Group size
8 Participants
All Bikes

Leaving the community centre car park, we turn right in the direction of Kilmore quay. We follow the road all the way to Grantstown, where we meet the junction with the R738. We turn left here and cycle down through Baldwinstown, over the railway bridge and down through Newhouse, passing the canals and windfarm as we go. We eventually arrive into Kilmore Quay, where our coffee stop is at Mace. After coffee, we hop back on and make our way through the village, taking the road that runs along the seafront and playground. The view out to sea here includes the Saltee Islands on a clear day!

We cycle straight through the small roundabout and climb the short hill that takes us up out of Kilmore quay, following the road all the way to and through Kilmore Village and onto the small roundabout at the cemetry. We cycle through this roundabout and head in the direction of Ballycogley but take the first left for Mayglass before we reach it. We cycle through Mayglass and after passing Mayglass cemetry we take the next left turn in the direction of Loughgunnen which eventually leads us on to Murrintown lower. Continuing on, we reach Murrintown village and we are back to our start point.

New faces welcome on all rides!

Coffee Stop: There is space to park our bikes and some outside picnic tables. The coffee stop is 20 mins approximately. There are also public toilets available at Kilmore Quay. Kilmore Quay has a reputation for looking well during the festive season with locally built lobster pot christmas trees etc!

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Please also complete a self-assessment personal screening questionnaire in advance of your bike ride.

Note that insurance cover is only extended for the duration of the individual bike ride you have registered to complete.

Leader Recommendations
Rain Jacket
Spare inner tube
Face mask
Money for a cuppa
High Vis
Georgina Gaul
Georgina Gaul


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
Georgina Gaul

Beautiful sunny Winter's day. Light breeze on the way to Kilmore Quay. Very festive down on the quay. We changed our coffee stop and decided to try Sue's coffee ip at the GAA park at Kilmore Village. Very nice. We then decided we would detour a bit and cycled back to Murrintown via Bridgetown. Roads pretty quiet all the way back. No wind, full sunshine! Another great day on the bike. 

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