UP and down Knockanore, out to Tarbert and back, and generally whizzing around the north Kerry area in general, the Kerry Crusaders' new Cycling Club is helping even more people realise their dreams of fitness.
Established only in January, the cycling part of the Kerry Crusader family already has 80 members and has taken part in a range of events including the gruelling Ring of Kerry.
It is one part of a club also comprised of running and walking groups and is responsible for massive beneficial change in the lives of many Listowel people.
Now growing to encompass much of north Kerry, the Crusader Cycling Club is looking for more and more members as it meets thrice weekly; at least until the clocks go back in October.
"We have been absolutely delighted with the response to the club which has grown well beyond our expectations when we started it in January," said PRO Una B Buckley - herself a confirmed fitness fanatic thanks to the Kerry Crusaders.
"It's all about getting active, improving our physique and health and getting to have lots of craic with new friends as the cycling club is just as much a social occasion as the running and walking side of the Kerry Crusaders," she explained.
The big goal of the club is to get even more north Kerry cyclists ready for next year's Ring of Kerry. "50 of us did it this year and it was tough going, but amazing to have completed it and we're looking forward for an even bigger presence from the club at it next year."
To get an idea of how fit its members have become, 30 of them took to the road just over a week ago from Ballybunion to Listowel, Tarbert, Ballylongford, Asdee and back before only going for a long swim in the leisure centre.
"It was a great outing and we meet three days a week at the moment with a variety of routes to choose from, the most popular being Listowel to the Tarbert ferry and back and a weekly hill climb of Knockanore!"
It might sound like an absolute pain, but it provides many with a preferable option to running. "Running can be hard on the joints and I think many people prefer cycling, which is far less impactful.
"We would love to see new members all the time and it doesn't matter what level you're at as long as you are some bit bike-fit."
If interested simply come along with your bike on the following times:Tuesdays, 7pm, at the Listowel Community Centre; Thursdays, Lisselton, 7pm and Saturdays, 8pm, also from Listowel Community Centre.
For more information simply ring Una on (087) 8061162 or email her on email@example.com