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Participants taking part in the Cycle to Zen event at the Avon.

Participants taking part in the Cycle to Zen event at the Avon.

The Wicklow Local Sports Partnership organised Cycle to Zen events across Wicklow including at the Avon in Blessington.

The Wicklow Local Sports Partnership organised Cycle to Zen events across Wicklow including at the Avon in Blessington.

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Participants taking part in the Cycle to Zen event at the Avon.

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Cyclists across Wicklow got on their bikes to take part in National Bike Week.

A range of events were organised across the county for cyclists of all ages and abilities to get involved.

The Wicklow Sports and Recreation Partnership arranged a packed programme of events for the week across Wicklow. 

Over 25 events took part across the county including Learn to Cycle programmes, social cycles and family cycle events.

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Bike Week provided an opportunity for visitors and residents of Wicklow to get out and enjoy the beautiful scenery that the county has to offer. 

These included bike maintenance workshops in Wicklow Town, Greystones and at the Avon in Blessington. These workshops taught cyclists how to change tubes and tyres, tune the gears on their bike and how to make adjustments to their brakes, so they work and feel right specified to their needs.

Another hugely popular event was the 'cycle to zen’ events held in Bray, Blessington and Greystones. Participants enjoyed a cycle then had the chance to relax and wind down with a yoga class.

Wicklow's National Bike Week events were held at some of the county's attractions including Russborough House and Grounds, Belmont Demesne and Bray Seafront.

Baltinglass, Tinahely, and Glenealy also hosted events. 


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