Beara Charity Cycle July 2015. The Beara Charity Cycle has had a change of circuit and a change of date. The new circuit allows for people to see the old Beara Road from Eyeries around the coast to Ardgroom. The date change is due to the clash with the Kenmare cycle weekend.
watch a new updated video including the new loop around the Ring of Beara from Eyeries to Ardgroom
Beara Charity Cycle July 2015
The new circuit is basically two loops, the first loop is the longest at 69 KM and goes from Castletownbere to Allihies and on to Urhan and Eyeries. From there the Ring of Beara is followed along the coastal road towards Kilcatherine and on to Ardgroom. Then back to Town which makes for a circuit of 69 KM.
Back in town for a cup of tea and then the loop from town to Adrigole over the Healey Pass into Lauragh and back via the Festival of Eyeries. It is great to be able to stop in Eyeries for some refreshments and support their village festival. The second circuit is 53KM. So total is 122KM these distances are approximates.
Ger Jerome Stone Mason at work on the Beara Peninsula. I decided to make a short video of Ger whilst he was working on the infamous “Dunboy Bends” . It would be nice if he did a voice over for it as he is the main character and it would help his video get more views.
Ger Jerome Stone Mason
Watch the short video of Ger Jerome here
If you want your own video please get in touch with Richie Hodges on 0877420443 and he will get your own video on line quickly.
Making Short Films based on fiction is a time consuming activity. The more people involved the longer it takes. The film in question is “Caillte” based on an idea by Carina Jeisy. It will be around 8 to 10 minutes once it is finally finished. We won’t be able to publish it here as we are hoping to enter the film into a competition. The idea of entering the competition is to try and keep the motivation.
25 March 2015, just been accepted for the Fastnet Short Film Festival in May, delighted.