*Members of Riverside Cycling Club with staff of Lahinch Leisure Centre plus Cllr Shane Talty (FF) & Cllr Joe Garrihy (FG). Photograph: John Mangan
A SITE which was formerly the cinema in Lahinch and once a venue for school plays is now a very modern cycling studio.
Lahinch Leisure Centre unveiled the latest addition to their €6m facility on Wednesday evening with the official launch of a new cycling studio.
Co-funded by Riverside Cycling Club, the studio is home to spinning classes and has been described as one of the most interactive studios of its kind.
General Manager of Lahinch Leisure Centre, Eoin Conlan paid tribute to the Ennistymon based Riverside Cycling Club, “your support in establishing this cycle studio has enabled our community to have a top of the range cycling experience,” he told members as they peddled away on the newly equipped spinning bikes.
He added, “A lot of hard work has been done to build it up to this point. We are able to promote fitness and wellbeing and this will encourage the community of North Clare to develop community bonds and collaboration. What is one win here will lead to more wins”.
Eoin who has been General Manager since the official opening of Lahinch Leisure Centre last year following its refurbishment said, “the phrase that comes to my mind when I think of my tenure so far is standing on the shoulders of giants, never did I imagine the sense of community would be so strong. It is […]
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