Joe Daly Cycles has long been associated with Orwell Wheelers, and is a traditional meeting spot for Sunday spins, and more!
Joe, and latterly his son David Tansey, was always a generous patron of cycling.
The shop is located in Dundrum under the LUAS bridge.
Open Monday to Saturday 9am-6pm, late opening until 7pm on Thursday.
Telephone: (01) 298 1485.
When meeting for spins, please use the small carpark across the road.
The JDC carpark is too small for our numbers, and riders often block the footpath by the shop as a consequence.
Please exercise consideration for other people and stay within the carpark while waiting for a spin to start.
Every second Sunday, some of the club spins will leave from the Papal Cross in the Phoenix Park.
This allows the club to occasionally infiltrate the northside, and extend our influence beyond our traditional affluent borders.
There is a car park at the cross if you wish to drive to these spins, but your car is left at your own risk.
The Corkagh Park track is located in the large field below, just off the N7: see this page.
The car park closes early at the start of the year, so you're better off to park outside on the road parallel to the N7. The club is not responsible if you're locked in while you're racing. See sdcc.ie for the official times.
Please be careful with your belongings on race night. Some people leave bags at the gate during the race. It would be much safer to leave them on the inside of the course at the finish line, as that is where most people stand and can keep an eye on the bags.
There are no toilet facilities available. You could try asking the caravan park nicely.
We hold many of our talks and meetings in Ballinteer Community School at present.
When you arrive into the main building, proceed down the corridor to the left, and around the corner. The room will be on the lefthand side, opposite the toilets.
Some of the social evenings and indeed our Scott sponsorship launch were held here, owned by our own Gar Connolly.
The lay-by opposite the Blue Gardenia pub on the N81.
A rather anonymous lay-by near the M3.
Sign-on takes place at the far end of Blessington village in the industrial estate near the roundabout.