Mozzie and Tracey, Just married on the first of September in the Kenmare Bay hotel. Mozzie and Tracey had their wedding ceremony. Congratulations on a great day and best wishes for your future together.
Mozzie and Tracey, Just married, watch the video below
Beara Charity Cycle 2014 was a fun weekend with fantastic weather. We cycled from Castletownbere to Dingle taking in Molls gap which comes out to 146 KM on a scorching day. That is apart from the five lads who decided to do the ring of Kerry too which made their day a 220 KM day. Of course I was cycling so only have a few shots on day one of the start in Town and the food stop at Kenmare and Castlemaine. There was plenty of food too so nobody bonked…
Beara Charity Cycle 2014
Hard man number two
End of day man
The Young ones
Paul O’Shea “main man” and John Joe “the legend”
Matt and Mary
Three of the long distance men
John and Susan
Stop number two Castlemaine
Kevin feeling it…
If I lie down I may never get up again
Pat phone home
Fuel for the end
Anne Marie and Carl
On day two after a few pints the night before we headed back but went a slighter longer route through Kilgarvin making it 156 KM and I think most people were happy with their fitness levels as we all felt good riding again, at least after the first few KM.
Bike N Beara helped all the way as well as many others who will go unnamed (they know who they are) There are more photos on the bikenbeara website
Stole this picture from Vera at Bike N Beara visit their facebook page here
And this one Team West from Pat Kelly
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Beara Motorcycling a 220 km route that takes in the Beara peninsula and inland towards kilgarvan Ballingeary and Durrus, done on a nice Easter Saturday with my friend Chris from xrvireland.org , leaving Allihies and taking the quickest route on the North side of the Beara to Kenmare and a short stop in Café Moka for breakfast. It was busy in Kenmare so we headed off sharpish up the main road towards Kilgarvan and further, and then took a twisted set of boreens to Kealkill and further on to Durrus, the aim being to cross the countryside and getting to Durrus avoiding Bantry. Of course it takes a lot longer but some stunning scenery and roads. Cup of tea in Durrus and then a blast back to Allihies on the south side of the Beara. Nice day out took 2 hours to ride the 80KM from Kenmare to Durrus only stopping for some photos.