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Dublin guided tour with electric bikes.

A group of enthusiastic bikers on the guided tour in Dublin City.
Photo by Injae Kang.

Spring is here and as the temperatures are starting to warm-up, that may have you thinking about getting ready for outdoor activities.

Three times a day, around 20-30 people gather in Temple bar to enjoy a fully guided tour with Lazy Bike Tours, now in its 4th year.

With a mixture of interesting stories of Dublin and cycling, not only tourists but also native Dubliners can enjoy the two-hour bike tour to learn more about the locality and the city in which they live in.

Hugh Flood, (42), the owner of ‘Lazy Bike Tours’ speaks about its distinct feature from other tours that: “When I looked and set my own business up, I discovered that there were two bike tours in Dublin but there was no e-bike tour.  The concept behind the tour is that you can do two hours tour and you can maximise your day with covering the bigger distance.”

The tour circles through several stops which is starts in Temple Bar and goes to some of the popular tourist attractions in Dublin.

Huge Flood said: “The route we take is that we started here in Temple Bar, the first stop is Dublin Castle, and (stops include) St Patrick’s Cathedral, Teeling Whiskey Distillery, Southern Liberty area, The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Guinness Storehouse, and Christ Church Cathedral.”

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