• Interview with Martyn Irvine



    We had the chance to meet Martyn Irvine, former World Champion in track cycling. He kindly accepted to reply to our many questions, and we are happy to share the interview with you all! Standing in the sun – because yes, we have a surprisingly amazing weather here at the moment – Martyn is relaxed and […]

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  • A little bit about cycling during the Easter Rising



    Ever wondered about the cyclists of the Easter Rising? This Sunday we will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising in Ireland and recently there have been many TV programmes, exhibitions and talks on the subject. We want to share some stories of those who participated by cycling and transferring messages during the […]

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  • Iris, new GinD member…and new cyclist!



    Freshly graduated, I recently joined the Georgia in Dublin team! I have been in Ireland for four years and I enjoy the atmosphere very much, but never really got used to the cold Irish wind. I never thought I was a good cyclist. I learnt cycling on a boy’s bike, and never had a nice […]

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  • My first Carriage Driving Lesson



    No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle.  ~Winston Churchill Recently we did a photo shoot, to show the Hustle & Bustle and Rainwrap as an ideal carriage driving ensemble, with an esteemed carriage driver in Co. Kildare. Much as I love horses and used to enjoy riding, since I slipped […]

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  • Badminton in the Dublette!



    In May we travelled through the unbelievably quaint Cotswold countryside to attend the Badminton Horse Trials in the grounds of the Duke of Beaufort’s estate. For those of our readers to whom Badminton is all about shuttlecocks, the Badminton Horse Trials is an annual event, one of only 6 ‘Grade 4’ events in the world with both […]

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  • Windmill Lane Recording Studios knocked!



    U2 recorded their first album ‘Boy’ in Windmill Lane Studios (Dublin 2) in the 1980s. Apparently the drums for ‘Boy’ were recorded in the reception of the studios after hours (when phones had stopped ringing!) as the producer wanted to achieve the wonderful clattery sound you hear in songs such as ‘I will follow’. Other […]

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  • Georgia in Berlin



    Georgia in Berlin Georgia in Dublin exhibited at the Berlin Fahrradschau from the 20th-22nd March.The Berlin Fahhradschau is a really excellent show with so much to offer. It is very well planned and organised with a great playroom for children with super music playing all day, a separate hall for bike polo, slow cycling and […]

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  • Georgia’s Dublin



    Welcome to Georgia’s Dublin! We are delighted to be here to share the things we notice walking and cycling around our hometown of Dublin. We look forward to blogging regularly about its history and its landscape. We hope to share what is great and we love about Dublin. We would be delighted to hear about […]

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