Wild Atlantic Ride
In August 2015, Laura Kennington embarked on a ride through Ireland by bike.
The Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland had been on Laura's radar for a few months, lurking as an ever-present temptation in the background. Luckily, things fell into place and Laura was able to make her dream a reality.
The Wild Atlantic Way is 2,600km long and is the world's longest uninterrupted coastal route. Laura caught the overnight ferry to Belfast, arriving at 6.30am on August 19th and then rode the 70 miles to Derry, where the route officially begins. From there, she tracked along the dramatic and beautiful coastline, reaching Cork on September 16th.