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Cork Bike Week

Cork Bike Week will take place from September 19th - 27th 2020.

Following the postponement of Cork Bike Week earlier this year due to Covid-19, plans are back in motion to organise the week-long celebration of cycling throughout Cork City and County. The new dates of September 19th – 27th also align with this year’s European Mobility Week and European Week of Sport.

Cork Bike Week is an integral part of the overall National Bike Week initiative and is coordinated by a multi-agency group comprised of Cork City Council, Cork County Council, Cork Sports Partnership, Transport & Mobility Forum, HSE South-Health Promotion Department, Cork Cycling Campaign, Cork Environmental Forum, UCC and An Taisce.

Each year, Cork Bike Week is supported by numerous community groups, organisations, clubs, schools, workplaces and disability services who organise and take part in events throughout the week. 


National Bike Week was launched in 2009 to raise the profile of cycling as a healthy and fun mode of transport and physical activity. See links below for event details and for events happening in your area. GET ON YOUR BIKE FOR BIKE WEEK 2020!!

Interested in organising a Bike Week Event? 

Each year, Cork Sports Partnership accepts funding applications on behalf of Cork City Council and Cork County Council from local community groups, organisations, schools, clubs, workplaces, disability services and other stakeholders interested in organising cycling events as part of Cork Bike Week. The application process for funding will run from Monday 10th August until Friday 11th September 2020. 

Event Eligibility 2020:
How to Apply:

Closing date for receipt of applications for inclusion in Cork Bike Week 2020 is 5pm on Friday 11th September.  

Schools Letter:
Application Process:
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