Dublin Skyride is on until 4pm this afternoon — and the good news is the sun is out in the city centre. The open route is shown below — there’s no starting time or set route, just cycling around as much as you like and there’s a number of activities on, see goskyride.com/dublin for details.
You don’t need to have registered — just join in at any point.
Irish Rail allows bicycle on Darts and Commuter trains on weekends (and off peak on weekdays) — Grand Canal Dock is the closest station to the route, but Connolly, Pearse, and Tara are also close to sections of it.
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