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Car Parks at Killalane Road Races 2013
CAR PARKS for Country Crest Killalane Road Races 2013 There will be car parking available surrounding the circuit on the Loughshinny Road and the Skerries Road. There is also a carpark available on Schoolhouse Road but you must park before 12.45pm on Saturday and 9.45am on Sunday. You will NOT be permitted to exit this carpark until the roads open at the end of both days. The above car parks are free of charge so we just ask that you pick up a programme over the weekend. Please note do not park blocking any resident or official vehicle acces...
Parking at Skerries 100 2013
We have designated a car park for this years Skerries 100. It is located on the R127, opposite the AonInsure.ie Advertising Lorry. Please follow the signs and be sure to get there before road closures. Roads close at 3pm on the 5th July and 9am on the 6th July. Cost is €5.00 per car. There is limited parking outside of the circuit on various roads leading in, you must only park on one side of the narrow roads and never restrict a residents access way. Towing will ...
Please find below a comprehensive list of accommodation facilities available in the area. This list has been updated for 2013. If you would like to add your establishment to the list please email firstname.lastname@example.org RedBank House Address: ...
Map of Skerries 100 - 2013
Map of Skerries 100 Please take note of prohibited areas around the Skerries 100 circuit. These areas are strictly out of bounds and you must not attempt to view from these locations. We have added excellent viewing points throughout the circuit and will post the locations over the coming weeks
Skerries Sea Tours 2013
Why not try something a little different when you visit us for Skerries or Killalane this year ? http://www.skerriesseatours.ie/
Hamilton House (Siobhan Coen) Phone 01 8494380 32 Thomas Hand Street, Skerries email@example.com Seasons (Mel Connors) &nbs...
AON Bikecare - Skerries 100 - Photo competition 2011
Aon bikecare will be sponsoring a photographic competition open to all amateur photographers attending the big race day on Saturday 2nd July. Photos should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include your name, address and contact details. The winning entry will be published on the Loughshinny Motorcycle Club website and will also be included in next years race programme. Aon bikecare will be offering a prize for the best Action Shot from an amateur photographer and will be presented at the prize giving at Killalane. ...
The Historic Skerries 100 attracts thousands of regular visitors from Ireland and overseas, many make the annual ‘pilgrimage’ to North County Dublin to enjoy the renowned hospitality of the area and watch pure road racing at its very best amidst some of the best scenery in the County. The influx of visitors brings a festive mood to the picturesque seaside village of Skerries and gives the local economy a welcome boast with Pubs, restaurants, shops and B&B’s reporting one of their busiest weekends of the year. With the Skerries 100 and Killalane Road Races drawing in thousands of spectators every year the locals find themselves outnumbered by 2 to 1 for a couple of days each July and September.
A number of activities take place during the week leading up to the event. Local pubs normally have live entertainment on each night of the week. Local restaurants and Cafés are open for breakfast and offer full menus all day, one or two even advertise a 'bikers breakfast'!
How to get to the Skerries 100 or Killalane Road Races
Both Road races are held on circuits just outside the town of Skerries, if you look for Skerries, Co Fingal you will find it. The start and finish for both races is on the R127 which runs from the main N1 to Skerries, through the village of Lusk.
View Skerries 100 & Killalane Race Circuits in a larger map
The airport is conveniently located approximately 10 km from Dublin city centre and 23 km from the town of Skerries. It is served by a large number of buses, coaches and taxis all allowing you to get from the airport with ease. Please see directions from the South/West & Dublin Airport listed below.
From outside Ireland travel can be obtained via the Shipping companies Stena Line and Irish Ferries from England. The Steam Packet from Isle of Man to Ireland. Look for ferries servicing Dublin City Port or Dunlaoire.
From the South & West
To plan your route please go to : www.theaa.ie/routes
From the North
To plan your route please go to : www.theaa.ie/routes
Skerries town is on the Dublin to Drogheda line. The company who operate it are CIE and timetables from Connolly Station Dublin to Skerries can be viewed on their website.
Buses travel between Skerries and Dublin on the Dublin Bus 33 route, the timetable can be viewed on the Dublin Bus website. This bus will bring you to the heart of Skerries Town, known locally “The Monument” there is a taxi rank available and for a small amount these taxis can bring you right to the race circuit for each event.
Tourist Information Point
Skerries Tourist Information Centre is based in: Skerries Tourist Office, Skerries Mills, Skerries, Co. Dublin
You can contact the office on Tel: +353-1-8495208 or by Fax: +353-1-8495213. Alternatively you can email: email@example.com
Checkout the website for more details. www.skerriesmills.org
Please find below a comprehensive list of accommodation facilities available in the area.
If you would like to add your establishment to the list please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Health & Safety
Warning! Motor sport can be dangerous. Despite the organisers taking all reasonable precautions unavoidable accidents can happen, in respect of these you are present at your own risk.
An Garda Síochána
Will be present throughout the event and will be conducting Traffic patrols in vicinity of the Skerries and Killalane events to ensure the safety and security of spectators and their property.
Do not park in isolated areas or lanes around the circuit. Ensure your vehicles are securely locked. If you have an alarm make sure it’s set. If you are riding a bike to the event park in the main parking areas and if your riding with friends, ‘daisy chain’ the bikes together with your chains and padlocks. Remember to bring a side-stand ‘puck’ with you as some parking may be on soft ground. Do not leave your helmet attached to your bike, chin straps can be cut! Take all valuables with you.
It is illegal under Fingal County Council’s Bye-Laws: To consume or attempt to consume, to possess with intent to consume or to supply for consumption Alcoholic Liquor in an open public place. A fixed penalty notice will be served or if found guilty in Court a fine may be imposed. The Skerries and Killalane road race meetings are Alcohol free events.
Food and Beverage vendors will be available at the event in the Paddock and also in various locations around the circuit. Toilets will be available around the circuit, please check your program for locations. First aid facilities will be available around the circuit. A specially designated viewing area with toilets for persons with reduced mobility can be found at Dublin corner. The elevated viewing platform can be accessed by lift.
Pets / Animals
It is a condition of admission to the circuit and paddock/trackside car/bike parks that no animals are allowed. Any person found in breach of this condition will be deemed a trespasser and be required to leave the event.