On Saturday, 26th September 2020 join Donegal County Council’s Trail Gazers and Jason Black, as part of National bike week on a fun filled 8km short cycle (social distance), at a very leisurely pace at the beautiful Inch Levels (starting point McGrath’s Carpark at 12 noon).
We will laugh and smile and after the spin, as we enjoy our packed lunch (which will be provided) hear Jason present all the incredible benefits physically and mentally of being engaged in the great outdoors in Donegal.
Jason will share some simple to follow get started tips and tricks, foods and fueling ideas to make your experience so much fun for you to enjoy with friends and family. Cycling is a sport enjoyed all over our planet with people hopping on two wheels to get about be it for a fun Sunday ride, a commute to work or an adventure packed bike ride, there are still some things that you might not know about your beloved past-time.
We will also be joined by Bill Vaughan, Mental Health Ireland, Health Promotion and by John Meehan, Director of the National Office for Suicide Prevention and Mental Health, HSE who will explain why getting outdoors is so important for our minds and bodies, they will have information goodie bags to give out to all participants.
Also learn more about Donegal County Council’s Trail Gazers Project and the work it is doing at Inch, and how you can get involved.
Looking forward to meeting you all at McGrath’s Carpark, Inch at 12 noon. So get on your bike – join us on Saturday 26th September at 12 noon at McGrath’s Carpark, Inch (beside the WAW sign) for a leisurely bike ride and conversation over lunch.
Please note you must bring your own bike and helmet. Register now (places limited) on:
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