Spooky cycling events in Navan, Galway, Cork, and Dublin this weekend

EVENTS: A number of casually and fun-filled cycling events around the country are encouraging fancy dress… with some going as far as saying it is mandatory…

Friday — Dublin

IBikeDublin is to host a spooky version of its Critical Mass cycle in Dublin today (Friday) at 6pm starting at Parnell Square North. For more details see this thread. The cycle is part of the rebooted series of monthly Critical Mass cycles which happens on the last Friday in every month

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Saturday — Navan

Navan Cycling Initiative is orginisng its monthly social cycle — meeting at 10am at the Solstice, Navan and cycling to Bective Abbey.

Saturday — Cork

The Cork Cycling Campaign is to host a family-friendly spooky cycle on Saturday, but unfortunately, the online ticketing show it as sold out.

SundayGalway

The Galway Cycling Campaign and the Urban Greenway Alliance is running a spooky Halloween cycle for Salthill Cycleway — pickup points are from Maldron Hotel at 10.15am, McGrath’s Field at 10.30am, and Claddagh Hall at 11am. People who want to attend as asked to register online first.

Sunday — Dublin

11am: The Dublin Cycling Campaign is running a Halloween Spooky Cycle for children and adults Sunday at 11am from Clanna Gael GAA car park on Sean Moore Road and cycling to Sandymount Green. The campaign said that there will be music, goodies for children, and prizes for the best costumes.

2pm: MonthlyCyclers, who run inclusive cycles for women, will meet at 2pm in Clontarf and cycling along the S2S north. The group asks that people register first via the website.

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