BikeFest Killarney photos by Valerie O’Sullivan

All roads lead to Killarney this June Bank Holiday weekend as the town gears up for the return of Ireland BikeFest – the country’s largest, free open motorcycle festival. Headquartered at the purpose-built Bike Village located on the grounds of The Gleneagle Hotel, Ireland BikeFest kicks off on Friday, June 3 and runs for the whole bank holiday weekend. Bikers in their thousands from around the world are currently enroute to the picturesque town and after a two-year hiatus festival organisers are expecting a bumper attendance. As well as a fantastic line-up of live entertainment, highlights include ride-outs along the Wild Atlantic Way, the Custom Bike Show, Harley-Davidson® Experiential Zone and the Sunday Parade. Ireland BikeFest Killarney is supported by Harley-Davidson® UK & Ireland, The Gleneagle Hotel, Fáilte Ireland, Destination Killarney Ltd., Authorised Harley-Davidson® Dealers and is funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Local Live Performance Programming Scheme with support from Kerry County Council. Included are Harley-Davidson* UK and Ireland, Gordon Dick and Fiona Carroll, Local Volunteer. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan/FREE PIC/ ISSUED 02/06/2022
All roads lead to Killarney this June Bank Holiday weekend as the town gears up for the return of Ireland BikeFest – the country’s largest, free open motorcycle festival. Headquartered at the purpose-built Bike Village located on the grounds of The Gleneagle Hotel, Ireland BikeFest kicks off on Friday, June 3 and runs for the whole bank holiday weekend. Bikers in their thousands from around the world are currently enroute to the picturesque town and after a two-year hiatus festival organisers are expecting a bumper attendance. As well as a fantastic line-up of live entertainment, highlights include ride-outs along the Wild Atlantic Way, the Custom Bike Show, Harley-Davidson® Experiential Zone and the Sunday Parade. Ireland BikeFest Killarney is supported by Harley-Davidson® UK & Ireland, The Gleneagle Hotel, Fáilte Ireland, Destination Killarney Ltd., Authorised Harley-Davidson® Dealers and is funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Local Live Performance Programming Scheme with support from Kerry County Council. Included are Harley-Davidson* UK and Ireland, Gordon Dick and Breffni Ingerton, Chairperson, Ireland BikeFest Killarney. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan/FREE PIC/ ISSUED 02/06/2022
On the Queen’s Drive, Killarney National Park…All roads lead to Killarney this June Bank Holiday weekend as the town gears up for the return of Ireland BikeFest – the country’s largest, free open motorcycle festival. Headquartered at the purpose-built Bike Village located on the grounds of The Gleneagle Hotel, Ireland BikeFest kicks off on Friday, June 3 and runs for the whole bank holiday weekend. Bikers in their thousands from around the world are currently enroute to the picturesque town and after a two-year hiatus festival organisers are expecting a bumper attendance. As well as a fantastic line-up of live entertainment, highlights include ride-outs along the Wild Atlantic Way, the Custom Bike Show, Harley-Davidson® Experiential Zone and the Sunday Parade. Ireland BikeFest Killarney is supported by Harley-Davidson® UK & Ireland, The Gleneagle Hotel, Fáilte Ireland, Destination Killarney Ltd., Authorised Harley-Davidson® Dealers and is funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Local Live Performance Programming Scheme with support from Kerry County Council. Included are Harley-Davidson* UK and Ireland, Gordon Dick, Nathan Baines, David MacPherson, Rachel Clark, Dan Preston, Fiona Carroll, Local Volunteer. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan/FREE PIC/ ISSUED 02/06/2022
All roads lead to Killarney this June Bank Holiday weekend as the town gears up for the return of Ireland BikeFest – the country’s largest, free open motorcycle festival. Headquartered at the purpose-built Bike Village located on the grounds of The Gleneagle Hotel, Ireland BikeFest kicks off on Friday, June 3 and runs for the whole bank holiday weekend. Bikers in their thousands from around the world are currently enroute to the picturesque town and after a two-year hiatus festival organisers are expecting a bumper attendance. As well as a fantastic line-up of live entertainment, highlights include ride-outs along the Wild Atlantic Way, the Custom Bike Show, Harley-Davidson® Experiential Zone and the Sunday Parade. Ireland BikeFest Killarney is supported by Harley-Davidson® UK & Ireland, The Gleneagle Hotel, Fáilte Ireland, Destination Killarney Ltd., Authorised Harley-Davidson® Dealers and is funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Local Live Performance Programming Scheme with support from Kerry County Council. Included are Harley-Davidson* UK and Ireland, Gordon Dick and Fiona Carroll, Local Volunteer. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan/FREE PIC/ ISSUED 02/06/2022
All roads lead to Killarney this June Bank Holiday weekend as the town gears up for the return of Ireland BikeFest – the country’s largest, free open motorcycle festival. Headquartered at the purpose-built Bike Village located on the grounds of The Gleneagle Hotel, Ireland BikeFest kicks off on Friday, June 3 and runs for the whole bank holiday weekend. Bikers in their thousands from around the world are currently enroute to the picturesque town and after a two-year hiatus festival organisers are expecting a bumper attendance. As well as a fantastic line-up of live entertainment, highlights include ride-outs along the Wild Atlantic Way, the Custom Bike Show, Harley-Davidson® Experiential Zone and the Sunday Parade. Ireland BikeFest Killarney is supported by Harley-Davidson® UK & Ireland, The Gleneagle Hotel, Fáilte Ireland, Destination Killarney Ltd., Authorised Harley-Davidson® Dealers and is funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Local Live Performance Programming Scheme with support from Kerry County Council. Included are Harley-Davidson* UK and Ireland, Gordon Dick, Nathan Baines, David MacPherson, Rachel Clark, Dan Preston, Fiona Carroll, 2nd left, Local Volunteer and Breffni Ingerton, Chairperson, Ireland Bikefest Killarney. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan/FREE PIC/ ISSUED 02/06/2022

 

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