What’s On Today – Wed 25th July

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10.00-17.00     Long touring cycle to Mullinhassig   //  Festival HQ, Grand Parade

Some cycling experience and moderate fitness required. River side cycling, castle views and a route through forest to a hidden waterfall – bring your swimming gear!

13.00-14.00     HiddenCork  // Festival HQ, Grand Parade

Whether you’ve lived here all your life or are just passing through, there’s always something new to be discovered in this quirky city. Join Adam D’Arcy, architect and quirkologist for a curious trip!

18:00               Evening city tour: Signage  //   Festival HQ, Grand Parade

This gentle guided tour will take riders through several miles and over 100 years of Cork’s built environment. It will concentrate on the architecture, history and signage of the city since 1900, and be led by local author Tom Spalding, whose new book on Cork’s street signage is due out soon.

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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