Tuesday, November 21

ADDRESS: Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

EMAIL: info@dunlaoghaire.ie

Looking for a cool way to see Dún Laoghaire Town and get a bit of exercise at the same time? Why not rent a bike and explore the town and the lovely coast! There is no better way to see Dún Laoghaire’s blue waters and charming streets than by bike!

Aboveboard provides bike rental services right from the West Pier, just as cpadventureBikerack also provide bike rental services in the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown area. Whether you are an expert biker or a beginner, there are lovely areas in Dún Laoghaire to explore by bike. Grab your helmet, because an awesome adventure in Dún Laoghaire is waiting for you!

Rent a Bike

Rent a bike and explore the sights of Dún Laoghaire

 

 Dublin Loves Bikes

 

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Cpadventure

 

Bikerack

 

Aboveboard

 

Cycling in Dún Laoghaire, an enjoyable way to view the region

Dún Laoghaire, the beautiful seaside and harbour town situated 12 kilometres from Dublin City centre is known for its spectacular beauty and many recreational facilities on offer in the region. As a component of developing the recreational facilities in the area, the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council are striving to cultivate a cycling culture through the implementation of appropriate infrastructure and promoting cycling as a viable and safe mode of transport for the region. In order to make the above initiative a reality, number of measures have been undertaken to improve cycling in the region and these include: a comprehensive review of cycling in Dún Laoghaire, implementing an appropriate cycling policy and the development of the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown cycle network assessment. Eager cyclists are encouraged to cycle along the east pier with the view of the Dublin Bay, which is prominently visible. While cycling is a pleasurable activity, it is not the only activity that the region has to offer. Activities in the region include outdoor adventurous undertakings such as sailing, scuba diving and swimming within Dublin Bay’s famous Forty Foot, to shops, cinemas and restaurants. The seaside town also has a rich historical heritage where eager visitors can visit the National Maritime Museum and the Dalkey and Heritage Centre, amongst other heritage sites. To find out more about cycling in Dún Laoghaire, click on the things to do tab on the website, where further information is available.