September’s Monthly Cycle is go!

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Well. September’s a busy month, what with Bike Week, Dublin Climate Action Week, European Mobility Week – and it’s Monthly Cycles’ second birthday, the first of which we were unable to celebrate last year. 😦

So, if all that wasn’t enough excitement, we’re throwing this month’s Monthly Cycle into the mix, and all. 😀

We meet on Sunday, 12 September 2021 at 12 noon!

Due to Covid-19, we’re again asking participants to register in advance using the form at the following link, and we’ll then send you the full event details:

We’ll head off on a rolling tour of Dublin city centre, along many of the new cycle lanes that have appeared in the past year, and of course taking in a stop or two for a tea/coffee as we go. We encourage people to bring a lil packed lunch or bite to eat, if you like, as well. We’ll incorporate a few little surprises, too, for our lovely cyclers. 🙂

Please note: Due to the spread of the highly transmissible Delta variant of the Covid virus, we’ll keep this event under review. Please keep an eye here or on our twitter feed for any updates or changes to our plans.

Covid-19 – Important Information

In the meantime, we ask that everyone on our Monthly Cycles events continue to observe social distancing, wearing of face coverings and hand hygiene.

Notwithstanding the progress made with the vaccine roll-out in Ireland, these measures are still very much needed.

Please visit our Covid information page for details, links and tips.

About Monthly Cycles 

We’re a Dublin-based initiative, with the aim of bringing women in Dublin together each month for an inclusive cycle around the city. We hope to reach both those who are comfortable cycling, and those who are not quite there yet.

We welcome everyone to join us, of all ages and abilities – there’s no pressure! These are social events, with the added bonuses of exploring the capital, sharing experiences, exchanging tips, and (very importantly) enjoying cake. 

Please note: While we welcome all abilities, please be aware that participation is at your own risk.


Published by Joan O'Connell

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