The meeting formally known as the Cork VJMC 24th Mar. 10am at the Viaduct

The meeting formally known as the Cork VJMC 24th Mar. 10am at the Viaduct

Due to the St. Patrick’s day festivities and most of our congregation being involved in Grand marshaling, Baton twirling and Tractor driving, the meeting formally known as the Cork VJMC will be held on the 24th March, rather than the usual 3rd Sunday of the Month.


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Single-day trip recommendations (starting from Dublin)

Single-day trip recommendations (starting from Dublin)

Hi everyone,


I had my bike for a week+ now, used only for commuting to work in Dublin.

Now I’m eager to go on a trip. I’d start small, with a couple of single-day trips.

I’m familiar with Howth/Glendalough/Johnnie Fox’s so I’m looking for something different from these now, maybe a bit farther from Dublin even.

Could you please recommend a few routes I could do in a single day?


Thank you.


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RDS Bike Show pics

RDS Bike Show pics

Headed up on Friday & I hit the RDS around 4pm. Spent an hour or so nosing around & I met a few acquaintances. I didn’t even take any pics on the Friday. Back there at 11am on Sat. & I spent three hours or so arsing around, looking at stuff & taking the piccies. First thing that I noticed was the absence of brolly dollies. Nothing would start the day better than an eyeful of nice bird wearing just a bra, knickers & heels but unfortunately they were absent this year. Oh well! :bag: As per usual I made a beeline for the VJMC stand to see the golden oldies & in fairness the bikes that they had on display were top class. Another club (a racing club, I think) also had a fine display of golden oldies. I found that old Brit bikes were extremely scarce this time around. Brexit? :lbhbh: I didn’t take up too much of my time going over the new bikes but I didn’t see anything that I would be tempted to call spectacular. I must admit that I like the Indian range even though I would never buy one. There were some fairly serious machines on the Custom stand for the builders’ competition but the display area is both too small & too dark to show those bikes at their best, which is too bad. The exhibitors deserve better. As per other years I enjoyed the show & the countdown to 2021 has started :thumbsup2: Piccies……


A few famous faces were to be seen here & there

Micky D
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Jonny R
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Mark Wilsmore of Ace Cafe fame
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