Saturday 23rd June


The Castle Cafe


Morning Loop – 10km. Dust off your bicycle for a leisurely cycle down quiet country lanes.

11am – 2pm

A day of art and bicycle festival fun at the Castle Cafe:

Have a go on the Scary-Go-Round, if you dare! An alternative fun fair ride made by the mad inventor and artist Paddy Bloomer. A Cruinniu na nOg event.

Check out our Bike Display to see a range of bikes from fully loaded cycle touring and bike packing bikes to locally crafted bamboo bikes.

Hop on the Cycle-Powered Smoothie Maker made by Nua Naturals.

Find out how to Decorate Your Bike with willow flags.

The Campervan of Sound will be parked up for an open music session, hosted by ‘The Knotted Chords’ duo. All are welcome to drop by and get stuck in for a few tunes!

Try your hand at a Bike Tyre Printing Workshop with Phoebe and Liz from Manorhamilton Print Group. From 12-2pm. A Cruinniu na nOg event.

Test your bike skills and balance with our Bike Olympics, including an obstacle course.


Take part in a Heritage Walk around Manorhamilton town with Margaret Connolly. Leaving the castle at midday.


Go on a short 5km Cycling Picnic. Perfect for families and young children. Leaving the Castle at 1pm.


Registration at The Castle Cafe

3pm – 3.30pm

25km – one way

Take the scenic route to Dromahair via Lurganboy, the Doons and Lough Gill.

Make your way back to Manorhamilton or bring your camping gear to stay in Dromahair at our secret campout location:


Pack your tent onto your bike and camp with us at a secret campout location. Discover the village of Dromahair and check out the local pubs and restaurants. Walk along the river to Creevelea Abbey.

Email to book a space at the campsite



Cycle to the 5 roads crossroads to enjoy a blazing bonfire and an evening of dancing at the crossroads and live traditional music. Note: this event is not organised by LCF but you are welcome to go along.