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Mayo County Council has been given €3,349,500 from the National Transport Authority for the provision of sustainable transport projects in Mayo.
To coincide with the long-awaited 2021 bike range, West Ireland Bike Shop has launched its new website westirelandbikeshop.ie.
On the back of a successful Tri Talking Sport Virtual Bike Week hosted in partnership with Galway City Council in September of 2020, which featured an online bike spin utilising the cycling platform Zwift, a weekly virtual cycle has been taking place on Monday nights ever since, hosted by Joanne Murphy of Tri Talking Sport and Oliver Harkin, Primed Coaching and PARC Tri Community.
As we prepare to gain an extra hour’s sleep this weekend, with the clocks going back at 2am on Sunday, October 25, the days are getting shorter as darkness falls earlier.
Galway Cycling Campaign has been awarded funds this week from Galway city and county councils for an ambitious, diverse and inclusive range of events for Bike Week 2020 which begins this Saturday 19 September and runs until Sunday 27 September.
Due to the postponement of Bike Week 2020 in June 2020, Mayo Sports Partnership is pleased to announce a new date for the event from September 19 to 27.
Galway Cycling Campaign have welcomed this funding prtobided by Government to stimulate employment and lead to some public realm improvements.
CycleCoffeeCake, a new social cycle project of the Galway Cycling Campaign, will hold its next event on Sunday August 16 in the city centre as part of Galway Pride.
Cyclists around the city had their hopes dashed on Monday afternoon when Galway's city councillors defeated a motion to construct a temporary cycle lane in Salthill using funding from the National Transport Authority's (NTA) special Covid-19 Interim Mobility Measures Fund.
The Galway Cycling Campaign has welcomes the temporary emergency measures outlined by the City Mobility Team at the City Council meeting. While many of us cannot yet return to work, they support these efforts to get city businesses thriving in the aftermath of the coronavirus shutdown and to build a resilient network where people can continue to move, trade, play and live in face of the persistent threat of a second wave.