The Cork Cycling Campaign has been delighted to donate a collection of cycling related books to Cork City Library to celebrate World Bike Day on 3rd June.
The selection of books covers a wide range of topics related to cycling, from sustainable urban mobility, history and economics of cycling, to travel guides, adventure and more.
Cycling is a healthy, economical, sustainable, sociable and fun way to get around the city, and you can learn all about using the fantastic free resource at city libraries.
Patricia Looney, Senior Executive Librarian at Cork City Library, said Cork City Libraries are delighted to receive this collection of books to celebrate World Bike Day, particularly with the recent passing of the wonderful travel writer and cycling enthusiast Dervla Murphy.
Celebrating themes such as cycling for sustainable cities, urban mobility and travel and adventure, they will be available for borrowing by young and old in our network of 10 libraries.
Cork City Libraries’ climate action and sustainability group has pledged to support sustainable travel and library staff will soon be pedaling poetry and prose around the city on Cork’s new cargo bike. Cork City Council Library contributing to the targets set as part of the goal to be one of Europe’s first climate neutral cities.