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Dublin: 15°C Tuesday 26 October 2021
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Lunchtime cycle brings out the crowds... and the sun

Over 2,000 join Dublin Lord Mayor in celebrating the joy of two wheels.

OVER 2,000 COMMUTERS took part in Dublin City Council’s Bike to Work lunchtime cycle today. It’s just one of hundreds of events for National Bike Week. We wish cycling in Dublin was a sun-kissed experience like this all the time:

Lunchtime cycle brings out the crowds... and the sun
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    Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams takes to two wheels. (Conor McCabe Photography)
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    Gary Tyrrell from Dublin won Best Dressed Guy. (Conor McCabe Photography.)
  • Bike to Work Lunchtime Cycle

    Roisin Fitzpatrick, age 2, from Lucan. (Conor McCabe Photography.)
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    Stephane Capdela and Geraldine Fore. (Conor McCabe Photography.)
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    Ger Seery and two-year-old daughter Meadhbh Seery from Lucan. (Conor McCabe Photography.)
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    Google employee Cormac Mac Carthaigh (centre) (Conor McCabe Photography.)
  • Bike to Work Lunchtime Cycle

    Jonathan Killeen and Monika Wojtek. (Conor McCabe Photography.)
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    Image via Conor McCabe Photography.
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    98fm DJs Aidan Power and Claire Solan with Public and Commuter Transport junior minister Alan Kelly and Lord Mayor of Dublin Andrew Montague. (Conor McCabe Photography.)
  • Bike to Work Lunchtime Cycle

    Image via Conor McCabe Photography.
  • Bike to Work Lunchtime Cycle

    Image via Conor McCabe Photography.
  • Bike to Work Lunchtime Cycle

    Image via Conor McCabe Photography.

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