Belfast is to be taken over twice tomorrow by the all-powerful Northern Ireland cycling revolution lobby group, with both a morning and lunchtime cycle planned for the city.
Ride on Belfast is now in its fifth year and is going strong — unlike one of the former highlights of Bike Week in Dublin, the Lunch Time cycle which died a horrible death due to objections from the Gardai relating to traffic disruption.
The Breakfast Run will start from College Park East (Botanic Avenue behind QUB) at 8am and finish up with a free breakfast at Belfast City Hall, provided by Belfast City Council and Travelwise NI. While the lunchtime cycle will start at Belfast City Hall for a sharp departure at 12.30pm.
For further details see the Facebook event links above or visit rideonbelfast.com.
Join us for THIS at 8am tomorrow morning: we will RIDE ON BELFAST from QUB to City Hall for a free breakfast! #ROB5 https://t.co/2MLzZgLb39 pic.twitter.com/DFSNghkqFW
— NI Greenways (@nigreenways) June 15, 2017
IMAGE: Via NI Greenways on Twitter