There are an increasing number of cycling enthusiasts in Ireland and McCormack has been reporting on how Ireland looks from the saddle while travelling around the country. His reports have been broadcast daily on Morning Ireland, shown on the webcam for the programme, broadcast on RTÉ News Now plus he was updating Twitter (@cian_mccormack and @morningireland) as he travelled.

Have you heard of Ireland's Ancient East yet? It's the new Wild Atlantic Way - in that its a big tourism campaign enticing thousands of visitors to the East of the country. Great idea for an area which has a lot to offer both Irish and International tourists, as McCormack reported.

He travelled the country in eight days and you can listen back to all of the reports below. How does he feel now with all those miles behind him?

Ireland by Bike - final day: Youghal Co Cork
Cian McCormack visits a Clock tower in Youghal on the final leg of his Ireland by Bike tour. Listen back here.

Ireland by Bike: The End of the Journey
Cian McCormack reports live from Youghal and speaks to Siobhan Sheehan, CEO of the Chamber of Commerce and Paul Keely, Fáilte Ireland Director of Ireland's Ancient East. Listen back here.


Ireland by bike: Day 7 (Thursday June 9, 2016), Kilmeaden and Dungarvan Co Waterford
Cian reports on the impact of Waterford's new Greenway. Listen back here.


Ireland by bike: Day 7, Dungarvan Greenway
Cian visits Dungarvan Greenway, the backwater pub that's hoping to sell more coffee and speaks to Michael Walsh, CEO of Waterford City and County Council. Listen back here


Ireland by Bike, Day 6: Hook Head and Duncannon
MCCormack, speaks to business owners in Duncannon, Co Wexford, where the tourism industry is booming. Listen back here.

Ireland By Bike, Day 6: Ring of Hook
McCormack reports from Duncannon Beach, and visits Hook Head lighthouse which is a major attraction on Ireland's Ancient East. Listen here.


Missed any of Cian McCormack's Ireland by Bike updates? Listen back here for Day 1 to 5 inclusive.

Morning Ireland, weekdays, 7am to 9am on RTÉ Radio 1.  Cian can be contacted by email contacted by email and Twitter @cian_mccormack and @morningireland