Bike Week 2024.
Bike Week 2024 takes place from the 11th to the 19th of May.

Tipperary Bike Week is an integral part of the overall National Bike Week initiative and is coordinated locally by Tipperary Sports Partnership.
It is a week long celebration of cycling throughout Tipperary.

For information about cycle safety, please visit https://www.rsa.ie/road-safety/road-users/cyclists

Let’s Get Tipperary Cycling!

You will find information on the Suir Blueway, North Tipperary Cycle network and Tipperary Blueways below, as well as useful links and resources to find a route near you for Bike Week and beyond.

Suir Blueway – Cycleway
Route: Clonmel to Carrick on Suir

Distance: 21km (Cycleway)

Cycling is the perfect way to explore the river trails, towns and spectacular countryside along Suir Blueway Tipperary. Bring the family for a gentle pedal by the river. There is a 21km marked cycle route along the river towpath from Clonmel to Carrick-on-Suir which is ideal for leisure cyclists of all abilities. The route is divided into four stages so you can decide on the distance yourself.

North Tipperary Cycle Network with the town of Nenagh as its hub offers three routes varying in distance from 11km to 67km with numerous shorter alternatives.
Each cycle offers pleasant views of the local countryside while loops 1 and 2 provide stunning lakeshore panoramas. Numerous picnic stops are dotted along the route as well as a number of award winning pubs and restaurants.

Loop 1: 65km

This loop takes the cyclist along the eastern shores of Lough Derg and through lakeside villages of Dromineer and Terryglass. Shorter journeys 1a(11km), 1b(28km) and 1c(46km) which are sign posted may be taken along this loop.

Loop 2: 30km

This is the shortest of the three loops, and allow access to some of the more spectacular views of the lake before descending into Castlelough and on through a working farm, along a slight off-road section (suitable for all bike types) to Garrykennedy.

Loop 3: 67km

Loop three is a relatively flat cycle visiting Cloughjordan, home of Ireland’s first eco village returning to Nenagh along quiet inland roads. A shorter journey 3a(46km) may be taken along this loop.

Click below for details on the Tipperary Blueways:
Tipperary Blueways

Bike Week 2024