What’s On Today – Mon 23rd July

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MONDAY 23rd July

10.00-17.00     Long Touring Cycle to Barryscourt & Cobh  // Festival HQ, Grand Parade

A cycle aroundCorkHarbourvisiting medievalBarryscourtCastleand the Quays atCobh. Some cycling experience and moderate fitness required. *CrossRiverFerry ride fare: €1.50 return

13.00-14.00      Polish Cuisine Cycle  // Festival HQ, Grand Parade

Per4meЯ invites Cork cyclists to pedal around the city to track Polish cuisine. We’ll pay a visit to CoMix, Merkury, Pewex, Polonez, Pychotka, Taste Cafe, Wedlinka and get samples of best Polish food. As the cycle has a limited number of participants we’d like to invite first 25 cyclists who will get detailed information about the Polish Cuisine Cycle.
See you on Monday 23rd July 2012 at 1pm

17.30 – 20.30     Guide Dogs Cycle  // Festival HQ, Grand Parade

Cycle out to the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind centre and meet some of these four-legged heroes. ee the centre’s new puppies before returning to the city centre. Suitable for confident cyclists of all ages

Week Long Events   

Kids luv Bikes exhibition! – Cork City Library 

Cork Cycling Festival has teamed up with Cork City Council’s SMILES project for a second year to bring you this colourful exhibition of children’s art. Awards will be presented at the Festival Opening, 13.00, Sat 21st @ Festival HQ, Grand Parade. Also on display will be the winning film in our Bike Shorts! Youth Film Competition.

Gallery on the Go!Cork Cycling Festival’s first ever shop front cycle art exhibition.

Each shop front will form a gallery space for a different artist.  Audience Prize: The artist who creates Cork’s favourite window will receive a €300 voucher for Kilgrews Cycle Shop.  – Read On

*** Locations, Exhibition Map & Voting Info coming next week ******

Picnic Lunch Deal from the Natural Foods Bakery for Hungry Cyclists – €8 for sandwich, crisps, cake and a drink – Click to Order or see menu

Check Out Events for the Rest of the Week  

Cork Cycling Festival is entirely free to the public, welcoming all ages and walks of life with a special focus on family-friendly events. The festival is run by a voluntary team who just love bikes as a great way to get about and want to inspire more people to cycle.

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