Bike Week 2021 took place from Sunday, 12 September to Saturday, 18 September.
Fingal County Council's Department of Environment, Climate Action and Active Travel would like to thank everyone who participated in our exciting programme of events.
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Bike Week 2021 Highlights
Bike Week 2021 - Recommended Routes Across Fingal
Cycle There Competition
If you're going somewhere this Bike Week why not #CycleThere?
Share any image of your cycling trip on Twitter during Bike Week 2021 using #CycleThere to be in with a chance to win some great prizes. We'll be watching our social feed for your posts so get cycling and snapping! This competition is open to people of all ages and cycling abilities.
REMEMBER! You must include #CycleThere in your social media post to be in to win!
Looking for some inspiration? Check out this recent photo of our Active Travel team taking a lunch time cycle on the Royal Canal.
Looking for some #CycleThere inspiration? Check out this recent photo of our Active Travel team taking a lunch time cycle on the Royal Canal.
Community Bike Ride - 15 September
Join us for an open cycling event from 9.30 to noon on Wednesday 15th September. Bring your bike, or grab a Bleeper Bike on site, and cycle for as long as you like. People of all ages, abilities and experience levels are very welcome to this event.
Family Fun Day at St. Catherine's Park
Saturday 18th September - People of all ages are invited to enjoy safe cycling activities and learn more about sustainable transport.
We'll be on site from 10am to 6pm with:
- Active Travel Promo Stand with free goodies
- Street Velodrome
- Bike Safety Checks
- Cycling Without Age Triobike rides
- BMX tracks
- Cycling safety course for kids
- Try out a Bleeperbike
- Showcasing Ireland's first sustainable wooden bike share scheme - pilot coming soon to Skerries!
- Some of your Urban Market favourites will also be open on the day!
Sustainable wood bikes for bike-sharing- coming soon!
Did You Know?
Dublin has less rainfall than many leading cycling cities across the world including...
- Rotterdam, 856mm rain per year
- Brussels, 852mm
- Amsterdam, 838mm
- Manchester, 829mm
- Dublin gets just 759mm rain per year on average!