Boyne Greenway cycle for all ages starting in Drogheda this Sunday

The Navan Cycling Initiative and Drogheda Cycling Campaign are teaming up to organise a leisurely cycle along the Boyne Greenway at Drogheda, across the border of Meath and Louth, this Sunday, 27 August.

The cycle is free but registration is required. It is due to start on Sunday at 11am at Saint Dominic’s Car Park Linenhall Street Drogheda.

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The organisers said: “This event is on dedicated cycle paths for the entire route, and is suitable for all cyclists. If you have not been on the bike for a while you will be very welcome. We will cycle at a leisurely pace that is conducive to chat and we will be stopping mid-way at the Battle of the Boyne site where there are toilets, a cafe and picnic tables.”

They added: “We’ll start and finish at the car park at Dominic’s Bridge in Drogheda. Free car parking is available on Sunday. The route is roughly 5km each way – 10km in total. We expect to be finished in under two hours, going at a very easy speed.”

For further details and registration see the event’s page at

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