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Belfast Telegraph
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary: 'We should take cyclists out and shoot them' and make Dublin more car-friendlypublic transport solution. "I hate to pick on Dublin City Council, but, s**t,
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary: 'We should take cyclists out and shoot them' and make Dublin more car-friendly
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
public transport solution. "I hate to pick on Dublin City Council, but, s**t, they're here and they deserve a slapping." Cycling Ireland hit back, insisting Dublin City Council "has been doing great work in promoting cycling in the city, and in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary wants to 'shoot cyclists' and make Dublin more car-friendlypublic transport solution. "I hate to pick on Dublin City Council, but, s**t,
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary wants to 'shoot cyclists' and make Dublin more car-friendly
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
public transport solution. "I hate to pick on Dublin City Council, but, s**t, they're here and they deserve a slapping." Cycling Ireland hit back, insisting Dublin City Council "has been doing great work in promoting cycling in the city, and in... Read more
28d
Herald.ie
Plans to protect cyclists from traffic by shielding them with parked carsneeded to improve cyclist safety. However, the groups have warned the plans ne
Plans to protect cyclists from traffic by shielding them with parked cars
Herald.ie / Posted 28 days ago
needed to improve cyclist safety. However, the groups have warned the plans need to be designed correctly to succeed. Cycling Ireland, the governing body of cycling in Ireland, has said the current layouts, which put cycle lanes beside flowing... Read more
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The Irish Times
Sporting an Olympic dreamchild, showing them how to ride the bike.” After that, he reckons a child’s BM
Sporting an Olympic dream
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
child, showing them how to ride the bike.” After that, he reckons a child’s BMX bike and helmet can be bought for €200. A Cycling Ireland licence (€5) is also needed, which covers insurance for a child in training or competition. Participant’s... Read more

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