Bike Week 2024.
Bike Week 2024 takes place from the 11th to the 19th of May.

Tipperary Bike Week is an integral part of the overall National Bike Week initiative and is coordinated locally by Tipperary Sports Partnership.
It is a week long celebration of cycling throughout Tipperary.

Tipperary Sports Partnership wishes to launch their Bike Week Competitions for Bike Week 2024.
Schools Bike Week Challenge
Like to Win €150 Sports Voucher for your nominated school and €50 Sports Voucher for yourself.
To be in with a chance of winning, parents / guardians can tag Tipperary Sports Partnership on social media with cycling photos mentioning the nominated Tipperary school and email photos to with the name of the nominated school and student.
Closing Date for receipt of entries is Thursday May 23rd at 4pm.

Tipperary Community Cycle Together Challenge for Bike Week 2024.
Tag TipperarySportsPartnership on social media on your cycle and email with your name to be in with a chance to win one of 4 * €50 sports vouchers.
Closing Date for receipt of entries is Thursday 23rd May at 4pm

Are you ready to take on the challenge of our Bike Week Quiz
To celebrate Bike Week 2024, we are giving away 2 Sports Vouchers to the value of €100.
Click on this link to take the quiz
Closing date for receipt of entries is Monday 20th May at 4.00pm.
Events taking place during Bike Week 2024

Introduction to Mountain Biking at Carey's Castle, Clonmel from 10am to 12pm and this is suitable for beginner cyclists on Saturday May 11th and18th.

Mountain Bikers for beginners at Scarragh Woods on Saturday May 18th at 10am.

Skills League which is bike skills and grass race programme aimed at children on May 13th, 20th and 27th at Sean Healy Park, Carrick on Suir.

Bike Maintenance and Skills Workshop at Golden Village Car Park on Wednesday May 15th from 7pm to 8pm.

The Rock Pedallers - Cycling Club Cashel - Bike Skills Workshop Friday May 17th from 7pm to 9pm in the Rock Car Park - Bring your bike and helmet - Learn how to cycle safely in a group (Over 18s only)

Black Horse Racing Club are hosting a 10k leisure cycle at 9.30 on Saturday 18th May starting from Golden Village Car Park.

Slievenamon Cycling Club are hosting a Cycle Cross event on Saturday May 18th at Ballypatrick Sports Field from 3pm to 5pm for Kids.

South Tipperary Cycling Club are taking a community cycle at 9am on the 19th of May in Ardfinnan.

A two hour leisure cycle takes place in the Nenagh vicinity on the 19th of May from 9am to 12.30pm starting at Kenyon Street, Nenagh.

The Rock Pedallers - Cycling Club Cashel - Sunday May 19th at 10am starting point is Lidl Car Park for a Leisure cycle of approximately 20km. (over 18's only)

For information about cycle safety, please visit

Let’s Get Tipperary Cycling!

Community Bike Rides
Take part in a healthy, social and safe group ride with a trained Ride Leader and join their growing community. Community Bike Rides are free and easy to join. This island wide initiative is accessible to adults 18yrs+. Whether you’re new to cycling or an experienced cyclist, if you are looking to connect with others in your area, this community has something for you. Check out the Community Bike Rides Webpage for further details

You will find information on the Suir Blueway, North Tipperary Cycle network and Tipperary Blueways below, as well as useful links and resources to find a route near you for Bike Week and beyond.

Suir Blueway – Cycleway
Route: Clonmel to Carrick on Suir

Distance: 21km (Cycleway)

Cycling is the perfect way to explore the river trails, towns and spectacular countryside along Suir Blueway Tipperary. Bring the family for a gentle pedal by the river. There is a 21km marked cycle route along the river towpath from Clonmel to Carrick-on-Suir which is ideal for leisure cyclists of all abilities. The route is divided into four stages so you can decide on the distance yourself.

North Tipperary Cycle Network with the town of Nenagh as its hub offers three routes varying in distance from 11km to 67km with numerous shorter alternatives.
Each cycle offers pleasant views of the local countryside while loops 1 and 2 provide stunning lakeshore panoramas. Numerous picnic stops are dotted along the route as well as a number of award winning pubs and restaurants.

Loop 1: 65km

This loop takes the cyclist along the eastern shores of Lough Derg and through lakeside villages of Dromineer and Terryglass. Shorter journeys 1a(11km), 1b(28km) and 1c(46km) which are sign posted may be taken along this loop.

Loop 2: 30km

This is the shortest of the three loops, and allow access to some of the more spectacular views of the lake before descending into Castlelough and on through a working farm, along a slight off-road section (suitable for all bike types) to Garrykennedy.

Loop 3: 67km

Loop three is a relatively flat cycle visiting Cloughjordan, home of Ireland’s first eco village returning to Nenagh along quiet inland roads. A shorter journey 3a(46km) may be taken along this loop.

Click below for details on the Tipperary Blueways:
Tipperary Blueways

Bike Week 2024