Dublin’s bike parks are the main attraction of this year’s cycling festival.
But the city’s biggest attraction is not a bike shop, but a bike park dedicated to cycling enthusiasts.
Dublin’s Bike Heaven was created by the city as part of its Bicycle Network and is now open to all cyclists who want to enjoy the free and open space.
Dublín has a long history of cycling, and has had its own version of a bike-sharing scheme.
The city started with the first cycle-share scheme in the mid-1980s and, following a €2 million investment in 2015, launched the Cycle Superhighway in 2015.
Dublis Bicycle Network, which is run by the local municipality, has partnered with Cycle Super Highways to make the city an ideal cycling city.
Dublands main attractions are a bike cafe, bike shop and a cycling park.
Dublish Cycling has run the Bike Heaven event for the past five years and said the main draw for the event was the bike park itself.
“We are thrilled to partner with CycleSuperHighways, who are keen to offer visitors the opportunity to experience a unique and beautiful cycling experience.
It is a great way to celebrate cycling in the city, with the main attractions in the centre and the bike shop at the back,” said Mark D’Ancona, Marketing Director at Dublin Cycling.
Dublas bike park is set in a beautiful woodland setting and features a huge bike rack and a bike shed for the bikes.
The bike shop offers a range of bikes, bikeskins, accessories and training and repair services.
The city also has a cycling museum and has recently installed a cycle-sharing station on the city centre.
Dublins Bike Heaven is open from Monday to Saturday from 11am to 4pm and Sunday from 10am to 2pm.