We are having a great time spreading the word about The Lazy Bike Tour Company.
This week we are in print in The Herald national newspaper and we have been busy hosting people from far and wide (& not so far!) The newspaper piece is not big – but it is a start, so it will be interesting to see where we crop up next. Keep an eye out for us, if you do spot a newspaper mention we would love you to let us know on Facebook
On Thursday, we had the the lovely people from Event Partners visit, getting to know the team here as well as to experience what we do. Event Partners really know their stuff and it was a pleasure to chat with them about visitor expectations. Our company is proud to help people understand the city that little bit better, but that doesn’t mean that we stand still in improving how we do it, so the tips and pointers were much appreciated. We had a nice tour around the city, and luckily, the rain held off as we wheeled about. We caught up with some locals along the way and there was certainly good banter had. Sure you can’t beat that craic here and the locals have it in spades ( Hello Anita! Good luck with the sauce, we’d love to know the secret ingredient….we wont tell anyone) This happens regularly and some of our visitors have actually asked if we have people planted along the route to do this – We promise we haven’t! That’s just Dublin for you. It is definitely a place where people like to entertain, so it has to be seen to be believed.
We were also fortunate to have some lovely people from Georgetown College, Kentucky with us on Friday. The weather was just perfect for exploring the cobbled roads and getting a feel for Dublin. The American college basketball team had travelled to compete in a match against Swords basketball club in the Alsaa, so we wish them both a good game! I think there were a few converts to using electric bikes after they had been out with us- the Pedego bikes went down a storm as did the sights and stories (well done Hugh!)
I have to say that it would make anyone proud to see such interest in our capital from people of all nations. The streets are heaving over here and the buzz is nearly as electric as our bikes. If you are visiting Dublin soon you will see for yourself the amount of creativity and hidden gems this city has to offer. Just take a tour or stroll around when you are here, you will soon get to know what I mean.