Irish cycling campaigners cycling through webinars for Bike Week

NEWS IN BRIEF: Here’s details of and links to more webinars being hosted by Irish cycling campaigners as part of Bike Week 2020:

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And recording of the webinars are expected to be uploaded, such as this one:

Recordings of the unrelated to Bike Week, Irish / Dutch webinar series hosted by the Netherlands Embassy in Dublin and the Dutch Cycling Embassy are also starting to be uploaded — you can register for the third and final in the series, which happens a on October 1, here.

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1 comment

  1. Well done to all in Cyclist.ie and member groups who put these National Bike Week webinars together and to the contribuors for enlightening us. A great Bike Week.

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