Easy Going

Waterford Greenway - Waterford to Kilmac Loop

Silver Ship And Suir Sculpture, Grattan Quay, Waterford
Group size
16 Participants
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All Bikes
Description

Starting at the beginning of the Waterford Greenway, we will travel out through Kilmeaden and onto Kilmacthomas before returning to Waterford. We will be stopping for a coffee in Kilmacthomas. We will travel along the river bank in the footsteps of the Vikings and Normans, heading into the countryside before taking a break in the Coach House at the Old Workhouse.

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Declan Kelly
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Declan Kelly

About

I have ridden bikes all my live, mainly for transport. In recent years, I enjoy cycling as a hobby and pastime.

Group structure

16 Participants

1 Leader

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Matthew Coxall
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Declan Kelly

What a day! And what a way to end Bike Week. We left Waterford along the Greenway with a motley crew of unusual bikes. All the way getting looks of surprise from people seeing two recumbents together. Stopping in Kilmacthomas for refreshments before heading back to Waterford.

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