• Tuesday , 27 June 2017
Club Notice

Training Routes

For anyone who’s unsure of the route planned for each cycle, or is in need of ideas for training in their own time, here’s a collection of some of the most common training routes used.

More can be added in advance of training as necessary should a new route be planned.

The map images are from bikemap.net – it all seems about accurate, so enjoy! Also there’s a neat topography function on the site so you can see how much climbing is involved in each ride!

An important of club rides is being aware of cycling etiquette. There is not many guidelines to cycling but there are some and it is helpful to be aware of them.

1. Tralee – Kerryhead – Tralee

Distance – 55km Height gain – 240m

Route 3,389,320 – powered by www.bikemap.net

2. Tralee – Ardfert- Barrow – Fenit – Tralee

Distance – 42km Height gain – 150m

Route 3,045,070 – powered by www.bikemap.net

3. Tralee – Castlemaine – Farranfore – Tralee

Distance – 48km Height gain – 240m

Route 3,389,259 – powered by www.bikemap.net

4. Tralee – Castleisland – Tralee

Distance – 53km Height gain – 360m

Route 3,389,267 – powered by www.bikemap.net

5. Tralee – Castlemaine – Castleisland – Tralee

Distance – 56km Height gain – 220m

Route 3,390,908 – powered by www.bikemap.net

6. Tralee – Killarney – Beaufort – Killorglin – Tralee

Distance – 80km Height gain – 430m

Route 3,390,931 – powered by www.bikemap.net

7. Tralee – Camp – Anascaul – Castlemaine – Tralee

Distance – 81km Height gain – 520m

Route 3,390,950 – powered by www.bikemap.net

8. Tralee – Listowel – Ballybunion – Abbeydorney – Tralee

Distance – 73km Height gain – 370m

Route 3,390,968 – powered by www.bikemap.net

9. Tralee – Dingle – Anascaul – Camp – Tralee

Distance – 99km Height gain – 910m

Route 3,390,977 – powered by www.bikemap.net