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not only MTB trails

I rode a city bike up from Clonskeagh - the MTB trails looked like fun, but not on the bike I was... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2017
hdirad
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Roswell, Georgia
Long drag up the hill but the rest is grand

The trail starts out as a long uphill grind to the radio towers. Grade isn't too bad though. Once... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2017
Lawrence F
,
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
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8 Nov 2017
“not only MTB trails”
5 Jul 2017
“Long drag up the hill but the rest is grand”
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Reviewed 8 November 2017

I rode a city bike up from Clonskeagh - the MTB trails looked like fun, but not on the bike I was riding! There also are lots of hiking trails suitable for a full rigid skinny tired bike - enough hills to keep it challenging...More

1  Thank hdirad
Reviewed 6 July 2017

The trail starts out as a long uphill grind to the radio towers. Grade isn't too bad though. Once up to the top the first section is fast and not technical. Second segment after a shorter road bit is a bit more technical but not...More

Thank Lawrence F
Reviewed 5 September 2016

You get everything you want. There is a great and hard climb, there is a flat and fast down trail, there are other trails those are more technical, bumpy. On some trails you can practicing jumps, turns, etc.

Thank Nandor H
Reviewed 20 July 2016 via mobile

First: to get to the forest, just by car or even by bike but to get to the top of the mountain you have to go up around 1h (just by bike or waking - vehicle is not allowed to go in)unfortunately I have just...More

Thank iFelipe S
Reviewed 14 April 2016

It does have a well maintained trail, but I spent most of my time cycling uphill and then when I reached the top there was no trail back down, just a flat road. Perhaps there was a downhill trail that I couldn't see due to...More

Thank shanesheridan
Reviewed 9 February 2016

Ticknock is an amazing sopt for MTB. There is one huge managed loop, starting with a proper climb. This is a walking and mountain biking area, with mountain biking specific trails too. There is bike rental available from BIKING.IE and a small tuck shop /...More

1  Thank DKirk-Ireland
Reviewed 29 March 2014 via mobile

We completed the green walking trail in ticknock woods today the fairy castle loop.... however some of the signs where angled in the wrong direction which lead us down the wrong path... More than once... the only advice I can give is if there's an...More

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Call Me M
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Hi M, No, there is no entry fee on Ticknock. All the best, N.
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