Dublin By Bicycle – An Unknown World Is Unfolding

Image result for Dublin By BicycleCycling around Dublin is an experience that is phenomenal. Cycling is a flourishing activity in the city centre with many forgoing their four-wheeled, motorised vehicles for the quieter life. Dublin by bicycle gives you an entirely different approach to the city and will more than likely change your perspective. You pass so much by while you race past in a motor vehicle, but by bicycle, there is time to stop and smell the roses as such. The bike-friendly city makes provisions for cyclists by providing wider bicycle lanes to accommodate them comfortably and safely. Just for a day, pedal your way around town and see what the day brings.

Explore The Bicycle Routes

Glasnevin to St Anne’s Park via Griffith Avenue and Clontarf Road will reveal the beauty that Autumn brings with it. Griffith Avenue is lined with trees and is, in fact, the longest of its kind in the Northern Hemisphere. There is nothing but trees laden with golden leaves. Not a retail outlet in sight. Take in the Farmer’s Market in St Anne’s Park along the way and indulge in some nourishment to get you through your trip. Sandymount to Dun Laoghaire via Strand Road takes you along the beach. Take in the glorious coastline as your head for the harbour town. Phoenix Park is spectacular. 350 Acres of flat gradient surface and breathtaking views.

Opposite Sides of The Scale

While the Dublin Inner City bicycle route takes you from Portobello to Liffey Side via Smithfield and Henrietta Street which is largely through a bustling hive of activity in the inner city, Malahide to Howth Head via Portmarnock and Coast Road takes you on a journey along the North Coast of Dublin. Both offer a journey of exploration and excitement; however, they are completely different. If you don’t have a bike of your own, don’t be disheartened.