Sunday July 12, 2020

Cycling: where the wild things are

It’s a great way to get fresh air and gain fitness, but cycling is also increasingly becoming the go-to pastime for business figures who want to get connected

2nd July, 2017
Johnny Ronan enjoys high-altitude cycling

Cycling is the new professional gang, and if you’re not in, you’re unlikely to win big in business.

From media and marketing to law, technology, property and finance, cycling has become Ireland’s networking nexus of choice. Cycling attracts a powerful cohort of senior professionals, most notably the mid-40s to mid-50s demographic, many of whom join gangs of like-minded sorts for increasingly ambitious cycle tours across Europe and beyond....

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