Ticknock Mountain – Dublin

Ticknock Mountain is located a short drive from Dublin City Centre in the Dublin Mountains where some quality groomed single track trails and spectacular views of Dublin City & Coastline await.


Duration
Half Day: 2-3 Hours

Avonmore Way – Forest Trail

The Avonmore Way is located a short drive from Dublin City Centre in the heart of Wicklow Mountains not far from Glendalough. This tour route is great for families and people new to off-road cycling.

This route brings you through some truly beautiful woodland & forest, alongside the Avonmore River to the ancient Clara Vale Churchand Bridge and back. The 12km distance is easily manageable for people with all levels of fitness and a favourite for families with younger children.


Price: €58 per person for Half Day
Duration : 3 hours

Wicklow The Murrough

This can be either a full or half day trip. We start at either Wicklow’s famous Gaol or the 8th century viking Black Castle, both are located close to Wicklow Pier. If you’ve seen The Guard with Brendan Gleeson & Don Cheadle then this is the very pier in the final scene of the classic 2011 film.
We head North alongside the working docks and hopefully catch a glimpse of Sammy the Seal blagging his daily fish from The Fishman before gliding effortlessly along the tidal river onto the Murrough for a quick blast on Ireland’s only outdoor pump track before continuing along the beach towards Greystones.

either 10, 20 or to 38 Km


Wicklow Carrick

If you’ve ever heard of the Enduro World Series then this is the sacred ground where this legendary event has been dominated by Ireland’s own Enduro riders in 2015 and 2016. This tour is best done on a full suspension mountain bike but that doesn’t mean that a fatbike can’t handle it. The term Basket Balla effect will come into it’s own on these trails when riding a fatty so extreme caution is advised.
If you simply want to take in the scenery where it all happened, absorb some spectacular views of coastline and countryside as well as check out an amazing variety of trees, fauna and flora then this is a great place to spend your day. We’ve managed to catch a glimpse of Mount Snowdon in Wales on a clear day. This can be either a full or half day trip.

from 14 to 30 Km


Wicklow Djouce Woods

This mountain biking mecca is situated very close to Enniskerry Village and Roundwood. To call this one a mountain is a little bit of a misnomer as most of it is in a valley. The very valley that the spectacular Powerscourt Waterfall falls into.
The intrepid fatbike is not afraid of this particular terrain but be warned, it is not for the feint hearted so expect a lot of climbing, your rewards will however be plentiful as both the waterfall and the surrounding woods are peaceful and awe inspiring.

from 14 to 20 Km


Wicklow Redcross/Avoca

Directly inland from Brittas Bay is where you’ll find this quaint little hamlet town. This area is rich in history with loads to see the mystic Motte Stone – a missile narrowly dodged by Culcuhllain from which a stunning view of Castle Howard in the valley can be seen.

Heading down from the stone takes you to the Miners Cross for a quick cuppa in the Avoca Woollen Mills before heading back towards Redcross through the Kilmagig Forest.

Finishing up in Mickey Finns Pub & Bistro and taking in a brewery tour is a must.


Wexford Morriscastle/Kilmuckridge

This is one of the longest beaches in Ireland stretching nearly 40km’s in total. A heady mixture of golden sand, windmills and spectacular sand dunes makes this trip great fun for the whole family. Lawlors Cafe is situated midway and is virtually on the beach, ready to serve hot or cold refreshments.


Wicklow to Ballinastoe

Ballinastoe Woods is located close to Roundwood, the manicured mountain trails take you alongside the picturesque Guinness Lake (Lough Tay) and the Sally Gap, the Wicklow Way and some pretty fantastic views regardless of rain or shine.

from 8 to 18 Km