Tag Archives:Inch

“We can be Heroes”…just for one day.

Posted: April 23, 2018 · By: Dave Elton · Comments: 2

Unsung Hero Cycle....Remembering Emily Route - Ballyseeedy-Tralee-Camp-Annascaul-Inch-Castlemaine-Tralee-Ballyseedy Cost - A simple donation The Start Finally the sun shone for the day and it actually felt like Spring. A day packed full of sunshine is always an added bonus towards any cycling event and should just about guarantee a few extra bicycles on the road. [...]

Soloing it out West.

Posted: September 20, 2015 · By: Dave Elton · Comments: 0

It's been a busy enough weekend in this part of Kerry. Cycling didn't seem to be the top of everyone's agenda. From a club perspective there was a wedding on Friday, which probably had a few members nursing hangovers, then there's the small matter of Kerry heading up to Dublin this weekend for the All Ireland, which generally switches people's focus. Add to that, one or two of my regular cycling companions leaving the good ship Kerry for a few days away in other areas of Ireland and the Rugby World Cup, the Saturday spin had SOLO stamped all [...]

Camp – Annascaul Lake – Minard – Bothar na gCloch

Posted: June 2, 2015 · By: Donnacha Clifford · Comments: 2

This 60K route in west Kerry is for for the adventure seeker who wants to do something a little out of the norm. It seeks to take you away from the main roads for the majority of the cycle to allow you to explore a little more of what the Dingle peninsula has to offer. It includes some climbing as well as areas of scenery and beauty that you will find it hard not to stop and look at and listen to. [...]

The Week that was on 2 wheels.

Posted: May 6, 2015 · By: Dave Elton · Comments: 0

West Kerry is good for the soul. Well here we are into May and the year seems to be moving at a similar pace to a Mark Cavendish Tour de France finish. [...]

#fitforfeb week 3

Posted: February 23, 2015 · By: Dave Elton · Comments: 0

A week of 2 halves! The 3rd week started out very sluggish, with Sunday being an awful day of constant rain. When it finally dawned on me it wasn't going to stop, it was all about using up the final hours of day light and trotting around for 8 km until I could embrace the sanctuary of a warm house. [...]