In Copenhagen, Denmark.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Denmark’s Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen go for a cycle during a ‘working lunch’.
Mr Varadkar is in the middle of a two-day trip to Stockholm, Sweden and Copenhagen for talks with his Swedish and Danish counterparts.
It’s not a caption competition…unless you insist.
Pics: Jennifer Bray
Free September 14?
Con Kennedy writes:
The Second Saturday in September is coming! And that means the Annual BlanchWheelies 100K Hospice Spin!
Sign on from 9am Strawberry Hall [Strawberry beds, Dublin]- Depart 10am sharp (2 groups)
Food stops at circa 50k (Skyrne) and burger and chips at the finish!
Donations to St Francis Hospice in lieu of entry fee.
Lunchbox-sized Lycra bulges to a minimum if possible.
BlanchWheelies Hospice Spin 2019 (Facebook Events)
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Cork city’s first cycle map.
The brainchild of the Transport & Mobility Forum (TMF) and the Cork Cycling Campaign, the routes were suggested by regular cyclists based on segregation, quality and connectedness.
TMF co-ordinator Sandy McGroarty said “cycling around Cork can be made more enjoyable by using the routes suggested on the map which are often safer, quieter and quicker than other routes”.
Cork city cycle map for locals and visitors launched (RTÉ)
The intersection of Bridge Street and Cook Street, Dublin
There have been 139 submissions to the Dublin Inquirer Bicycle Collision Tracker map.
A pattern is emerging.
Willy Simon writes:
We’ve found an intersection in Dublin’s city centre that appears to be particularly dangerous for cyclists…There is a discernible cluster of reported incidents in the city centre, and it’s only a stone’s throw from Dublin City Council’s Civic Offices at Wood Quay. Two accidents have been reported at the intersection of Bridge Street and Cook Street, and three more just south of the intersection on Bridge Street Upper before it meets High Street….[details on how it can be improved at link below]
Danger For Cyclists – Here’s A Place To Avoid (Willy Simon. Dublin Inquirer)
Pic: Caroline Brady/Dublin Inquirer
In this graduation short by Mehdi Louala, Geoffrey Godet, Nicolas Lejeune, Céline Hermann and Simon Legrand of the all-conquering French animation school Supinfocom, a giant blue man roams the surface of an alien planet, controlled by the robot chickens in his mind.
Now that’s a premise, right there.