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We now have trishaws in the following locations:

Co. Wexford: Have two trishaws, sponsored by Wexford Co. Council and Healthy Ireland. New locations to be confirmed.

Co. Waterford: Three bikes: two at Dungarvan Community Day Care Centre. Bike sponsored by Waterford Sports Partnership, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford and Healthy Ireland. And one at Dungarvan Community Hospital and Dunabbey House.

Waterford City: At Killure Bridge Nursing Home. This bike was sponsored by the Transition Year 2018 students of Newtown School.

Co. Sligo: Bike sponsored by Sligo Sports Partnership and Healthy Ireland.

Co. Leitrim:  Three bikes, sponsored by Leitrim Sports Partnership with grant aid from Healthy Ireland. One in Drumsna Community Resource Centre, one in Manorhamilton, and one in Carrick-On-Shannon.

Co. Clare, Kilrush: At St. Theresa’s Nursing Home, Kilrush, Co. Clare.

Co. Louth: Four trishaws: at Moore Hall Living Care Home, Ardee, two at Drogheda & District Support 4 Older People, and one in Dundalk.

Co. Kerry, Killarney: supported by Killarney Cycling Club, bike at Killarney Community Hospital.

Co. Cork: Two bikes: At St. Luke’s Care Home, Mahon, Cork City, and one sponsored by Cork County Council.

Co. Westmeath: At the Stella Maris Care Home in Athlone.

Co. Kilkenny: Based at Mount Carmel Nursing Home, Callan, Co. Kilkenny. Sponsored by Kilkenny Local Sports Partnership.

Co. Galway: Two trishaws based at St. Brendan’s Community Hospital, Loughrea.

 

 


Wexford Co. Council bike, launched 13th June 2018

Clonakilty, Co. Cork: This bike operates in the community, and is managed by Jack Kelleher of the Bike Circus, and Tom O’Donovan of O’Donovan’s Hotel.

Cork City: Cork County Council has a bike operating in a care home in Cork city.

Cork City: St Luke’s Nursing Home, Mahon, Cork City bike is sponsored by PFH Technology, Cork.

Co. Kilkenny: Sponsored by Kilkenny Local Sports Partnership. Based at Mount Carmel Nursing Home, Callan, Co. Kilkenny.

Co. Louth:  Four trishaws, one sponsored by Louth Council, and two by Dundalk Institute of Technology, with funding from Healthy Ireland.

Co. Dublin: Twenty-two trishaws are operating in different parts of Dublin: in TLC Centre, Santry, Sybil Hill, Raheny, Clontarf/St. Anne’s Park (2), Bellvilla Home on South Circular Road, St. Joseph’s Centre Shankill (2), St. John of God’s Glenageary, Cherry Orchard Hospital, Griffith Avenue, Dun Laoghaire (2) at the Bike Hub, www.thebikehub.ie; Fingal Council (3), at St. Catherine’s Park Lucan, and at Skerries. Dublin City Council (5), with 2 trishaws located at Islandbridge, operating in the War Memorial Gardens. Also 2 trishaws based at Eamonn Ceannt Park Crumlin, D12, operated by www.thebikehub.ie . One at Our Lady’s Hospice Harold’s Cross. And at Blackrock (our demo bike, ‘Daisy’).

Dublin

There are now trishaws at the following locations:

Sybil Hill Nursing Home, Raheny. Bike sponsored by Canada Life Re-Insurance.

Clontarf :Two community bikes, at St. Anne’s Park.  Contact person: Colm O’Brien, colmobrien777@gmail.com. Bike sponsored by Canada Life Re-Insurance.

TLC Care Centre, Santry: bike sponsored by Hidden Hearing.

St. Joseph’s Centre, Crinken Lane, Shankill, Co. Dublin have two Trio bikes.

Bellvilla Community Hospital, 129 South Circular Road, Dublin 8. Bike sponsored by Zendesk.

St. Clare’s Nursing Home, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9: sponsored by Dublin City University.

Cherry Orchard Community Hospital, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10.

Carmona, Dunmore House, Glenageary, Dun Laoghaire, St. John of God Services, sponsored by Ciaran O’Byrne.

Dun Laoghaire: Two community-based trishaws: sponsored by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Council, DLR Sports Team, and Canada Life Re-Insurance. Located at the Bike Hub, For assisted cycling free rides, book online at the www.thebikehub.ie 

Fingal Council area: Community-based bikes sponsored by Fingal Sports Partnership and Healthy Ireland : Located at St. Catherine’s Park Lucan, at Skerries, and coming to Baldoyle. Contact: stephen.mcginn@fingal.ie  for booking details. Or via www.thebikehub.ie for online bookings.

Dublin City Council: Community-based bikes, sponsored by Dublin City Council and Healthy Ireland: Two trishaws operating at the War Memorial Gardens, Islandbridge. Contact robert.abbey@dublincity.ie for booking details. Two trishaws at Eamonn Ceannt Park, Crumlin, D12 managed by www.thebikehub.ie  for online bookings.

Canada Life Reinsurance employees have provided the residents of Sybil Hill Nursing Home in Raheny with a novel way to enjoy their local area.
TLC Centre in Santry gets moving with help from Hidden Hearing Ltd.
St Joseph’s, Crinken, Shankill, Co. Dublin launch 6th June 2018
Residents of Sybil Hill Nursing Home in Raheny feel the wind in their hair!
Clontarf Community bike, launched 13th May 2018. Bike sponsored by Canada Life Re-Insurance.

Blackrock

We have a demonstration Trio bike trishaw at 17 Pine lawn, Newtownpark Avenue, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. We use it for pilot-training, to show to potential sponsors and care homes, to take to conferences, shows, summer parties and the like.

Pilot training new trishaw owners and volunteer pilots