Event aims to “Cyclehack” Dublin this weekend

Cyclehack Dublin is running a three-day event this weekend to “test new cycling innovations” to improve cycling in Dublin. 

“Whatever your background, if you want to brainstorm solutions for improved cycling experience in Dublin and prototype them, come meet other like-minded individuals for a weekend of hacking,” said the orginersers.

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The event, taking place at the Fumbally Exchange at 5 Dame Lane, has three sessions — brainstorming and group formation on Friday evening from 6:30pm to 9pm; building and prototyping on Saturday starting from 9.30am; and  prototyping, field testing, and presentations on Sunday from 9.30am.

Cyclehack Dublin is organised by the I Bike Dublin group and sponsored / supported by Go Car, Fumbally Exchange, the Dublin Cycling Campain, UCD ‪Innovation Academy, ‪Rothar‬, and Dublin Loves Bikes.

Tickets for the weekend are priced st €5 and can be booked at eventbrite.com/e/cycle-hack-dublin-tickets-37261524222.

4 comments

  1. It was my fault I didn’t cover it before publishing the article last night — sorry about the late coverage. I was aware of the event for at least a week or more.

    I was delayed in covering it, but thought it was best to cover it on Wednesday night rather than not covering it at all.

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  2. The event is organised by a group of busy volunteers who only decided to do this a couple of weeks ago. We own the blame for the short notice.

    There is a decent sized group signed up. Hopefully we will run it giving better notice next year. For people interested on what’s going on over the weekend, you’ll find information on Twitter (@CycleHackDublin) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CycleHackDublin).

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