See Dublin by Bike
Of all the new Dublin living trends, the cycling one looks like it's here to stay. Once the bicycle was the sole preserve of the postman, it's now a (fixie) fixture among the young, the hip and the effortlessly cool. Join the convoy of rides around town and see the city from the two-wheeled perspective. Pedal power will grant you knowing nods and winks from the public peloton; the ladies on their uprights with wicker baskets out front, the middle-aged men in body socks, with it all out back, the trickster BMXers, the city mountain bikers and the courier jet-set. Experience Dublin as a member of this cycling community. Saddle up.
If you want to refresh your knowledge of the capital, or get a great introduction to what the city has to offer, See Dublin by Bike is the tour to do.It's also the healthiest way to see the city.
We give a thoroughly researched, guided introduction to the history, the archictecture and the events and personalities of Dublin.
Our tour lasts about two hours and fifteen minutes and takes in Dublin Castle, the Guinness Streets, St Patrick's Park, Temple Bar, The GPO, Merrion Square and Parnell Square.
The tour begins in fashionable Dublin. We then show visitors the lesser known parts of the city.
Cafe Rothar on Fade Street is our base. The tour begins and ends there.
We stop about twelve times in various locations to describe the significance of the place, or to quote from a writer.
Bikes, reflective jackets and helmets are provided by us.