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jags

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well put together site me thinks.
i live on the northeast coast so i know a lot of the routes in my area . Boyne Valley . Newgrange, Monasteboice ,once u head north it get's a bit hilly but the views are worth the effort as long as it's not raining .
 

tyred

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I have reason to be in Dundalk at the end of the month. If the weather is sensible and I've got round to putting my Brompton back together I might check out the Cooley route.
 
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jags

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tough cycle but lovely hope the weather is kind to you bring the wet gear just in case.:rain:
 
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jags

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i reckon nothing much has changed ,the west coast is sure stunning especially by bike.
 
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jags

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no bother Rich i'll buy you a coffee or even 2 show you some lovely cycling if the weather is kind.
 

Adam4868

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I have reason to be in Dundalk at the end of the month. If the weather is sensible and I've got round to putting my Brompton back together I might check out the Cooley route.
Slieve Gullion,silent valley some of my favourite rides in bad weather have been there.
 
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jags

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never cycled over slieve gullion but i did cycle around it or near enough started in blackrock to dundalk/ carlinford/ o meath /newry headed up to some big lake hell of a climb then onto jonesborough back to dundalk and finally blackrock ,80miles or there abouts tough enough day in the saddle but worth the efford.
 

Adam4868

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It's my Mrs home,so get to take bike at Xmas time and get out around there.Gorgeous part of the world,must be one of the best kept secrets out there !
 
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