There are loads of things to do in Belfast too, including the new Titanic Experience and the best examples of Georgian, Victoria and Edwardian architecture at Belfast City Hall, The Grand Opera House, Queen’s University and Belfast Castle.
SRAM’s famous X01 Eagle 12-speed shifting and Rock Shox Reverb Stealth B1 dropper post round out a bike that is just as ready to crush a weekend in the Alps as it is compete on the Enduro circuit.This is the base you need to build your very own trail weapon.SRAM’s revolutionary 1x12 Eagle groupset combines with our lightweight aluminium frame to get you to the trailhead with power to spare while their Guide RS brakes will keep you in control on the way down.The 150 mm of Pike RCT 3 fork is tuned specifically for lighter riders and will have you flying down the techiest trails you can find.Swamped by sweeping hills and rugged glens, the area offers spectacular panoramic views in all directions that you will savour for a lifetime.
Read more about Donegal Lying on the River Liffey, Dublin is a colourful city all-year round with countless attractions for you to visit on a coach holiday.Compact chainstays will have you whipping the back end around the tightest switchbacks while incredible pedalling efficiency means you can spin to the top of any climb. With Fox’s Factory Kashima 34 Float in the front and Float DPS Evol in the rear, not only are you going to be able to huck this thing off every feature you can find, you’re going to look good doing it.All-mountain and all-action, the Spectral delivers the biggest kicks on the trails. Planning on doing some serious climbing to get to the trailhead? Combining our super-light and super-strong carbon frame and Mavic’s XA Pro Carbon super-light and super-strong wheels with SRAM’s high-flying XX1 Eagle 12-speed shifting, it’s difficult to imagine what you can’t ride with this bike.This eventually leads to the Ring of Kerry and the breath-taking Killarney National Park, where the soaring mountains, shimmering lakes and waterfalls provide a peaceful setting.Meanwhile on the East Coast you can take in the spectacular Wicklow Mountains from where you can visit Glendalough and the quaint village of Avoca, the setting of the TV’s Ballykissangel.There’s plenty to discover on a coach holiday to the Emerald Isle.