#PrideBikeBop to bop on bicycles with pride around Dublin tomorrow

NEWS-IN-BRIEF: A Pride Cycle is to take place in Dublin tomorrow (Saturday) from 12 noon — it is due to start at Parnell Square North opposite the Hugh Lane Gallery.

The #PrideBikeBop Pride Cycle, which is being organised by Dublin Monthly Cycles, will cycle around St Stephen’s Green before returning to the northside.

The #PrideBikeBop format follows #ibikebop events last year, including a Christmas one:

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Dublin Monthly Cycles said on Twitter tonight: “We’ll start at 12 noon sharp, to facilitate folks going to the #MakeNMHOurs demo on Kildare St @ 1pm.”

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