SSWC2011 registration is open today
Finally managed success and although far from technically minded think it may have been due to the browser I was using as after 20+ unsuccessful tries I switched to another and had instant success. No idea what I used though. Which doesn’t exactly help anyone else in the same situation, so a pointless post (again).
Perhaps a little bit more focused, happy to share ferry/travel costs for anyone coming from around Herefordshire (so SW, South Wales, West Midlands I guess). I have a car that could squeeze in two bikes (including mine) if that helps at all.Posted 7 years agoanotherstanMember
@ firestarter, have a look at the coach/ ferry deals from stenna. you can get picked up in leeds on a bus eireann coach, then straight onto the ferry at holyhead, then coach takes you from dublin port to train station/ city centre.
all for £62 (if you book 5 days in advance) afaik end of august is not a bh in ireland, so fares shouldn’t change that much.
all this obviously depends on you owning a bike bag, and sorting a train from dub to ballyhoura (charleville will be your closest train station, about 12-14 miles from the trails)
i’m going from leeds, but i’ll have a car full of family who will be staying at my parents in tipp whilst i come last in the race, err … i mean ‘event’ 🙂Posted 7 years ago
if my car becomes empty (divorce or otherwise) i’ll give you a shout 🙂GregMayMember
£300 blips for a ferry is expensive, i normally pay about €240 going from Irl to UK and back with car and 2 people!
Fly and rent probably wont work out cheaper mind you…
You could cycle onto the ferry…then train down…
I’ll be heading down so looking forward to handing out abuse to everyone. And if people want to get some riding in Dublin/Wicklow before or after feel free to hook up for a ride or 12Posted 7 years ago
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