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Around Ireland on a Bike by Paul Benjaminse

Title Around Ireland on a Bike
Author Paul Benjaminse
Publisher
Release 2012
Category Travel
Total Pages 123
ISBN 9781847173096
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Why would someone set out on a bicycle tour of Ireland? Because Ireland is as stunning a country as any you'll ever visit. There's the extraordinary light, which adds intensity to everything, making greens and whites appear greener and whiter. It's all there: moss-covered mountains rising ominously from the mist, bright blue skies over white sandy beaches; the ghostlike ruins of ancient monasteries on misty days... With picturesque routes and breathtaking landscapes, Ireland is beloved by cyclists in search of an exhilarating yet memorable experience. In Green Tour of Ireland, avid cyclist Paul Benjaminse explores the a route around Ireland from Belfast to Dublin via the most spectacular and scenic routes in the country and offers his expert advice on the best way to see the beautiful parts of Ireland. Includes detailed routes and maps of; Ulster Sligo Cork Connemara The Burren Leinster and the Dublin Mountains.

Cycling in Ireland by David Flanagan

Title Cycling in Ireland
Author David Flanagan
Publisher
Release 2018-05-18
Category
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9780956787453
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book documents the best cycling that Ireland has to offer. With eighty routes spread across the entire island, there is something for everyone; from gentle, traffic-free cycles, ideal for the whole family, to long challenging routes packed with relentless climbs. The routes range in length from 8km to 207km on a variety of surfaces including tarmac roads, gravel tracks, canal towpaths and singletrack. Each route description includes - A full-colour map - Turn-by-turn directions - A route profile - A detailed description of the route - Advice on variations, extensions and shortcuts - A downloadable GPX navigation file. The book also includes details of over fifty family-friendly greenways and trails, information on Ireland's long-distance cycle routes and sixteen pages dedicated to cycling along the Wild Atlantic Way. This comprehensive guide is packed full of detailed information and inspiring photography that is sure to appeal to everyone interested in cycling in Ireland.

Title The Wild Atlantic Way and Western Ireland
Author Tom Cooper
Publisher
Release 2018
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 251
ISBN 9781852849092
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Guidebook describing 6 cycling tours in western Ireland, based on the Wild Atlantic Way, the longest signed coastal route in the world. Each takes around 7 to 10 days, or, for the full Wild Atlantic Way experience, the routes can be combined to create a 44-stage, 2450km trip from Derry/Londonderry to Cork.

Spokes Blokes and Blarney by Tamara Pitelen

Title Spokes Blokes and Blarney
Author Tamara Pitelen
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2011-06-01
Category Travel
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9781463569754
Language English, Spanish, and French
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There are many good reasons to travel to foreign parts. Broadening the mind, experiencing different cultures and all that. One reason that's perhaps not so good is 'because a fortune teller said I'd meet my perfect man over there'. But heck, who needs a good reason?Spokes, Blokes and Blarney is about what happens when a woman who'd ridden no further than to the shops for milk and who can't fix a puncture, decides to buy a bike, fly half way round the world and cycle around a foreign country in a very large circle... to do some first-hand research on Irish men. It's about going in search of those charming Irish rogues with a twinkle in their eye and a 'to be sure' at the ready. It's about wicked times and loitering in Irish pubs with folk who say things like “it's all arseways”. It's about doggedly seeking out find the famous craic… even if it means spending every night in a different pub, nursing saddles sores and singing Whiskey in the Jar over a pint of Guinness with charming rogues. It's also about the thoughts and musings that rise from the blackest depths of the psyche when you cycle alone for six to 11 hours most days. Thoughts which wander from masturbating sheep to nappy rash issues from rain-sodden cycling pants. It's about dealing with seduction attempts by lads in Sligo, as well as with evil monks, bog ghosts and crazy, cat-killing, chain smoking old ladies who run hostels in the mountains. Spokes, Blokes and Blarney is the story of one woman's three-month journey on a bicycle around Ireland in search of the Irish male.

Tour de Ireland by Emmet Ryan

Title Tour de Ireland
Author Emmet Ryan
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2014-10-22
Category
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781502943064
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Tour de Ireland (A cycling fan's ride around Ireland) is the story of a cyclist's return to his native country. It is an attempt to re-engage with home and re-discover the ancient land of saints and scholars that is Ireland. The journey, which takes place during the 2012 Tour de France, is also an engagement with the sport of cycling both past and present. It is informative, perceptive and very funny.

Title Round Ireland in Low Gear
Author Eric Newby
Publisher HarperCollins
Release 1987
Category Cycling
Total Pages 308
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Having decided to explore Ireland by bicycle, Eric and Wanda Newby set out one December - not the best time to ride a bike around the highways and by-ways of the Emerald Isle, even when protected by thermal underwear. From the Cliffs of Moher to St Brigid's Vat, Dublin, the Aran Islands, the Ring of Kerry and Croagh Patrick, their rain-soaked journey is beset by minor disasters ranging from ferocious storms to even more ferocious dogs. Along the way they come across a moving, miracle-working statue of the Virgin, spectacular ruins and the traces of twentieth-century violence, in between stops for Guiness, tea and soda bread. Woven into the narrative is a wealth of information around Irish history and custom - hermits, horse-fairs, peat-cutting and poetry are all touched on in this deft and dazzling blend of myth, fact and quirky details. And, as usual with Eric Newby, this beguiling account is enlivened by a cast of eccentric and utterly engaging characters.

Bike and Hike by J. Sydney Jones

Title Bike and Hike
Author J. Sydney Jones
Publisher Mitchell Beazley
Release 1977
Category Bicycle touring
Total Pages 223
ISBN 9780902280458
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Full Tilt by Dervla Murphy

Title Full Tilt
Author Dervla Murphy
Publisher Dufour Editions
Release 2010
Category Travel
Total Pages 235
ISBN 9781906011413
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The diary of Dervla Murphy's bicycle trek from Dunkirk, across Europe, the Middle East, and the Himalayas, to India. An amazing narrative from an amazing woman.

Ireland by Bike by Robin Krause

Title Ireland by Bike
Author Robin Krause
Publisher The Mountaineers Books
Release 1999
Category Travel
Total Pages 190
ISBN 9780898866223
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Ireland by Bike you'll find accurate, point-to-point directions and descriptions; details on attractions amenities, pubs, and bike shops; recommended two-, three- , and four-week itineraries; plus tips on trip planning, outfitting a bike, getting there, what to see and do, finding accommodations, road customs, history, and more.

Around Ireland by Catharina Day

Title Around Ireland
Author Catharina Day
Publisher Hippocrene Books
Release 1982
Category Ireland
Total Pages 314
ISBN 9780895268501
Language English, Spanish, and French
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