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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# On Yer Bike

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The Giro hits the east coast: What are the traffic arrangements?
More importantly, what’s the weather going to be like?
The AA hired a naked cyclist to front its new road safety campaign
Nothing but the facts. Literally.
First new Dublin Bikes stations launched, part of €35 million expansion
The expansion will create 58 new stations and bring the total number of bikes to 1,500 by the middle of 2014.
Coke Zero to sponsor Cork, Limerick and Galway bike schemes
Public Transport Minister Alan Kelly gave all the details this morning.
Wallace rugby brothers gear up for 800km charity cycle
Former Ireland flanker David Wallace tells about his training for the Malin to Mizen Cycle.
Watch Ireland's Kelvin Batey win gold at the BMX World Championships
Batey was crowned world number one in Auckland yesterday.
Want a free bike?
There’s one up for grabs in Dublin.
11 things you might not know about cycling in Ireland
Let’s settle this red light thing for once and for all.
With over 5 million journeys made so far, Dublinbikes scheme set for expansion
Twenty-nine new jobs will be created by the expansion.
Campaign to retain Declan Kidney for 2015 World Cup gathers momentum
A positive spin on Ireland’s prospects is emerging from the team camp ahead of the Six Nations finale.
City Councillors vote to ban rickshaws from streets of Galway
Claims that rickshaws are “too dangerous” and the streets of Galway are “too narrow” have been rubbished by a legal operator of the bike taxis.
What do you do with your old bicycle?
This is what: New scheme sees old bikes refurbished for resale with profits going to employment and training schemes.
Wilson and Porterfield to cycle length of Ireland for charity
The pair set off from Cork this Tuesday, and will cycle all the way to Belfast by Saturday.
Lunchtime cycle brings out the crowds... and the sun
Over 2,000 join Dublin Lord Mayor in celebrating the joy of two wheels.
Need a break? Lunchtime bike ride to cycle through Dublin streets
The 6km cycle through the city centre today is taking place as part of National Bike Week.
€7m investment for cycle routes across the country
Sixteen projects are due to be completed in the next few years, with both off-road and on-road routes.
Want more bikers? Build more bike lanes like these ones
Cycle lane encourage more cycling – look at Irish bike lanes in comparison to our international counterparts.
You're fired! Huddersfield give record-breaking boss Lee Clark the sack
Clark, who guided Huddersfield to 43 league games without defeat, has been sacked after three years in charge.
Cassidy dumped as McGuinness enforces Donegal omerta
Kevin Cassidy has been dropped from the Donegal football panel after commenting on the county’s training and tactics in a recent book.
Standings unchanged as Degenkolb takes Dauphiné stage four
Nicolas Roche remains in sixteenth place overall after finishing in the peleton.
How to wash your bicycle...
Learn how to treat your new bicycle the right way,