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Ireland Bike Fest
Ireland Bike Fest is its tenth year. Get ready and Grab your helmet and get set for Ireland Bike Fest Killarney, which takes place this June Bank Holiday Weekend, Friday 3rd to Monday 6th June 2016. Bike Fest is Ireland’s largest free open biker festival. All makes, models and manner of bikes are welcome and motorbike enthusiasts travel from all over the world to celebrate Bike Fest.
Bike Fest is headquartered at the Gleneagle Hotel, alongside Killarney National Park, where the Bike Village is the main centre of activity. Visitors can browse the many trader stands selling all kinds of specialised biker wares, or they can dine at one of the festival’s many food outlets. However, the best way to celebrate bikes is on a Ride Out and there’s no better backdrop than the picturesque town of Killarney and the County Kerry. Miles and miles of winding roads with amazing scenery around every turn. Once you experience a ride out in Kerry you will understand why it is known as The Kingdom!
The infamous Harley Davidsons will be on show and attendees will have the opportunity to test drive during the festival. To qualify for this opportunity make sure you have your valid driving license, road-legal helmet and sensible riding gear. Riding gear is also offered if you do not have your own, but is subject to availability.
It is ten years since Ireland Bike Fest first rolled into Killarney, in the South-West of Ireland, and so this June the picturesque town will gear up to celebrate its biggest and boldest festival yet. Killarney is packed with bars and restaurants and offers the ultimate ‘craic agus ceol’. Tourists are spoiled for choice with things to do. Between sightseeing and exploring all of the culinary delights Killarney has to offer. And for those who want to take some time and chill out, don’t forget to check out the award winning Spa at Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa. Time shall stand still as you surrender to the unparalleled luxury and relaxation of the magnificent award winning Five Star Kerry hotel.
Ireland Bike Fest is expected to roll out all the stops for their tenth anniversary, and organisers are hinting that they’ve all sorts of surprises up their sleeves. It takes place across Ireland’s June Bank Holiday weekend.
Over the three days there will be three stages and you will be spoiled with loads of free live music including Kíla, Jerry Fish, Tenors of Rock and the Irish Rolling Stones.