This Saturday the biannual Cyclist.ie – The Irish Cycling Advocacy Network will be hosted by the Kerry Cycling Campaign and will feature a public talk by journalist and cycling advocate Cian Ginty.
Last month Cian organised a cycling study tour to the Netherlands for cycling campaigners, elected representatives, council staff and professionals with a focus on cycling. The goal of the trip was to showcase everyday Dutch cycling — from the culture to cycle networks and everything in between.
In the talk Cian with present findings from this trip as well as discussing his website/blog IrishCycle.com
The talk which is free and open to all will take place on Saturday 10th October at 4pm in the Chapel Room, St Patrick’s Center / Tobar Naofa, Moyderwell Tralee [Old Moyderwell convent] and will be followed by a Q&A session.
For a taster of what to expect notes of the trip have been published by Phil Skelton of the Stayin’ Alive at 1.5 campaign and Barbara Connolly Cycling Standard Development Officer with Cycling Ireland