Category Archives: Routes


Posted: May 18, 2015 · By: Dave Elton · Comments: 1

The Ring of Kerry is the most spoken about cycle route in the country of Ireland and beyond. It has gained popularity due to the annual Ring of Kerry event hosted on the first Saturday of July each year. The event attracts thousands of cyclists with varying abilities who come to enjoy the scenery and the challenge. However it is important to remember that the roads around the Ring of Kerry are open 365 days per year and with many people actually enjoying cycling the route over multiple days. The route and it's side roads can be a more serene [...]

Ballyseedy Wood

Posted: April 4, 2011 · By: Donnacha Clifford · Comments: 0

Ballyseedy Wood is a beautiful network of Trails located just south of Tralee town. It is typically used by walkers but also makes an excellent place for a gentle off road cycle. [...]

Slea Head

Posted: November 2, 2010 · By: Donnacha Clifford · Comments: 0

This 46 Kilometer route is simply spectacular. It leaves Dingle and heads west out the Dingle Peninsula with views beyond compare and a route that is perfect for cycling on any type of bike. The road can be narrow at times but the surface is mostly in good condition. Leaving Dingle Town head westward following sign's for Ventry. Ventry is a small village roughly 8K from Dingle made most famous in recent times for Páidi Ó Sé's pub which has had many a famous vistor since it opened in 1985. The last time I cycled pass this it was too tempting [...]

Gap of Dunloe and The Black Valley

Posted: March 30, 2010 · By: Donnacha Clifford · Comments: 21

I've been meaning to post up details of this cycle for a long time and cycling it recently has finally given me incentive to do so. This 34 Mile/ 54 K route is very difficult on the legs for for the cyclist with a sense of adventure you will not be disappointed by one of the most scenic and beautiul parts of Ireland. The cycle leaves Killarney and heads out the Killorglin road for approximately 3 miles where you take a left road that is signposted for the Gap of Dunloe and Kate Kearney's Cottage. [...]