Wednesday Cycle and Meeting – July 27
For the Wednesday evening cycle, we headed from the hall in Kilbehenny to Mitchelstown, on through Ballygiblin cross to Ballyporeen and back to Kilbehenny, roughly 27.5km altogether. The route is shown below.
At the meeting afterwards, attended by all club members, it was decided that we start a third cycle for those members who want to go the extra distance at a slighty higher pace. This cycle will run every Saturday evening, leaving the hall at 6pm. This Saturday, the route is going to be Kilbehenny-Cahir-Ballylooby-Clogheen-Ballyporeen-Ballygiblin-Kilbehenny – roughly 54km to start off, with the intention of adding 10km to the distance every week.
A list of upcoming events was also included in the meeting, with a busy August and September in store. Our club outing was also discussed – it was eventually decided that we will be going to West Cork for a day and night away in mid-October where we’ll have a cycle around the amazing landscape during the day and have the craic afterwards in the evening!