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Cycling in Dublin newspaper is out now!

CiD Summer 2013 coverCycling in Dublin — the newspaper — is now out around Dublin city and county at the below locations.

The paper has been distributed around Wexford Street, Camden Street, South William Street, Harcourt Road, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Smithfield, Phibsborough, the north and south Docklands, Tablot Street, Hart’s Corner in Glasnevin, Baggot Street, Sandymount, Blackrock and Dundrum.

Some cafés and shops only take a handful of copies, but you’re more likely to find copies at these locations with a larger supply:

Across Dublin

All libraries
in the Dublin City, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown, Fingal, and South Dublin areas

D1

The Twisted Pepper
54 Abbey Street Middle

Cycleways
185-186 Parnell Street

Cyclebike
2-3 Mary’s Abbey (along the Luas line off Capel Street)
Cyclebike is in D7, but just on the post code border of D1

D2

Square Wheel Cycleworks
Temple Street South, Temple Bar

Penny Farthing Cycles
82 Camden Street Lower

MacDonalds Cycles
Wexford Street


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The Portobello
33 South Richmond Street

The Barge Bar
42 Charlemont Street

KC Peaches
Unit 10A, Trinity Enterprise Center, Pearse Street

The Pig and Heifer
City Quay

Greenaer
12a Magennis Place, off Pearse Street, Dublin 2
(lane opposite the new Dart entrance onto Pearse Street)

Freelwheeling
96 Pearse Street

Cafe Rother
16 Fade Street

McCullough Pigott Music Shop
South William Street

Eurocyles
South William Street

TCD gym
Inside the TCD campus opposite Pearse railway station

Exchange Dublin
2 Exchange Street Upper / West Essex Street

D4

2wheels.ie
Sandymount

D6

Think Bike
Unit 1, Rathmines Town Centre,, Lower Rathmines Road, Rathmines

MacDonald Cycles
1a Orwell Rd, Rathgar, Dublin 6

Sport DHS
Harolds Cross

Harry’s Bikes
109 Clonskeagh Rd

Hollingsworth Cycles
Templeogue Village, D6a

D7

Cyclebike
2-3 Mary’s Abbey (along the Luas line off Capel Street)

Rother Phibsborough
171 Phibsborough Rd, Phibsborough

The Cobblestone
77 North King Street, Smithfield

Light House Cinema
Smithfield Square

Camile Thai Phibsborough
143a Phibsborough Road

D9

Porterhouse North
Hart’s Corner, Dublin 9

D14

Joe Daly Cycles
Lower Main Street, Dundrum (under the Luas bridge)

Snow+Rock
Dundrum Town Centre

D15

Hollingsworth Cycles
1 Drummartin Road, Kilmacud Road Lower

D18

53 Degrees North Carrickmines
1 Unit, 3 The Park, Carrickmines

Halfords
Unit 2, The Park, Glenamuck Road, Carrickmines

D24

Cycle SuperStore
13 Hibernian Industrial Estate, off the Greenhills Road, Tallaght

Co Dublin

FitzCycles.ie
Old Church Hall, Lower Kilmacud Road, Stillorgan

Ferris Wheels Bike Shop
110 Rock Road, Booterstown, Blackrock

Stillorgan Cycles
71 St Laurences Park, Stillorgan

 

At Bike Week copies of the paper were also handed out at busy cycling and pedistrain routes such as at Harold’s Cross, Portobello, Charlemont Street, Leason Street, Baggot Street, Mount Street, North Strand Road, at the current end to the S2S route beside Eastpoint Business Park, and in the Phoenix Park. It was also handed out at Bike Week events and copies were given to a number of larger workplaces.

With our new methods of distributing directly to large workplaces and to libraries, as well as an increased amount of handing out papers on commuter routes, we ran out of newspaper to distribute earlier than expected!

 

CiD Summer 2013 cover
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2 comments

  1. Thanks for the suggestions, and I’ve just updated the list…

    Camden Street was covered as much as possible on Friday (some pubs were closed at the time, but most of them and loads of cafes and takeaways were covered. Did not get any on Harcourt Street but the cafes on Harcourt Road were covered just after Camden Street. The South William Street area and one or two places along side the Green were covered on Saturday before last. And close by Baggot Street was also covered on Friday. Some places will only take a few copies and in some places these don’t last long.

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