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03-05-2012, 14:04   #2446
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Hmmm, Cervelo hybrid. Didn't we see that just the other day?
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03/05/2012 15:00 20.7 °C 57 % 1016.9 hPa 0.0 mm 0.8 km/h
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which country?
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Just back from trying to teach my friend to cycle...It was fun, but it sure is painful trying to catch a guy who's heavier than you
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haha donegal country (its different up here) (it'll be chucking it down if its not snowing for the tou of sligo on sunday just watch )

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white shoes-yay or nay?

(other option is black)
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(other option is black)
Guess.
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coming from you i'm gonna say white
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Anyone know off the top of their head where abouts the cycle path on the N11 ends at the southern end and where it starts to get up to motorway speed?
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Anyone know off the top of their head where abouts the cycle path on the N11 ends at the southern end and where it starts to get up to motorway speed?
Ends up just after you pass cherrywood. Cycle lane continues up to Shankill and Bray and then you have the option to go out to N11 again up until Greystones if I remember correctly.

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Ends up just after you pass cherrywood. Cycle lane continues up to Shankill and Bray and then you have the option to go out to N11 again up until Greystones if I remember correctly.
I'm thinking of cycling to Bray and back so trying to find the best route, when to come off the N11 etc.

Want to stick to cycle lanes as much as possible and avoid really narrow roads (there are plenty of pretty narrow roads on the way to bray IIRC).
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I'm thinking of cycling to Bray and back so trying to find the best route, when to come off the N11 etc.

Want to stick to cycle lanes as much as possible and avoid really narrow roads (there are plenty of pretty narrow roads on the way to bray IIRC).
If you stick on the cycle lanes you ll end up to bray, it's very easy and there is little chance you ll get confused. Keep going straight
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Try not to get confused by the contra flow system. Ohh and you have to give way to cars pulling out of housing estates along there
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