Road Bike Loops

Experience the awe-inspiring road biking adventures through Connemara’s scenic heart. Our routes span up to 140km, offering breathtaking vistas, thrilling hills, and varied landscapes. Embrace the challenge with our top-notch trek road bikes, ensuring an unforgettable journey.

Discover the beauty of Connemara like never before on two wheels. Book your cycling escapade today and immerse yourself in nature’s wonders.

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65km Moderate 4+hours

This route brings the road cyclist on an experience of an ever-changing environment of stunning mountains, breathtaking and ancient boglands, mist-covered lakes,  and shaded glens. While passing the picturesque Kylemore Abbey and the little village of Letterfrack thru the Connemara National Park. 

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80km Moderate/Hard 6+hours

This route brings the road cyclist to the north of Clifden towards the Connemara National Park and down the The Inagh Valley road meandering through the magnificent heather-covered mountains of the Twelve Bens and the Maamturks.  Passing through cashels rocky coastline towards the charming fishing village of Roundstone and back along the exquisite coastline of Ballyconnelly and the white sandy beaches.

140km Hard 6+ hours

This challenging but satisfying 140km loop heads north towards Letterfrack thru the Connemara National Park and on towards the magnificent Killary Fjord. Continuing on past the picturesque community of Leenane, cyclists are honored by the breathtaking Maamturk Mountains and the Maam Valley. From here the landscape changes as you cross the N59 and enter into the Gaeltachts, along a Salmon fishery river and then reaching the sea offering views of the Lettermore Islands, along Kilkieran Bay passing thru Cashels rocky coastline towards the charming fishing village of Roundstone and back along the exquisite coastline of Ballyconnelly and it’s azorian blue waters and white sandy beaches, Clifden is the final destination on this ride where you have taken in some of the most beautiful vistas in the whole of Ireland.

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