Robbie Keane on his bike as he bids to get fit for Euro 2016
Robbie Keane is on his bike as he works his way back to fitness ahead of the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 finals campaign.
The 35-year-old striker will not train with his team-mates until the middle of next week at the earliest after suffering a calf injury last weekend.
However as the rest of the squad went through their paces in bright sunshine at Fota Island on Friday morning, Keane, who had watched the warm-ups, took to a mountain bike under the supervision of medical staff.
Jonathan Walters did not train once again as he nursed a kick to the calf, but hamstring victim James McCarthy was in the thick of the action for the second successive day after shaking of a hamstring injury.