Take a trip along the Suir Blueway with Treacy's Blueway Bike Hire, experience the picturesque 21 kilometre cycle trail!

Blueway bike Hire

Treacy's Blueway Bike Hire

Carrick on Suir Co. Tipperary

We cater for all age groups so why not come along and enjoy a trip on the beautiful Blueway..

We are open 7 days a week from 8am-6pm so drop into us at our Depot on North
Quay, Carrick-on-Suir or pre book our bikes by contacting us at: 051-640130 to avoid disappointment.

Why Choose
Treacy's Blueway Bike Hire

Large Range of Bikes

We have Men's, Women's and Children's, and Electric bikes, along with variety of accessories and more.

Free secure car Parking

We have a secure car park in our depot for all our customers.

Open from 8am to 6pm

We are open 8am to 6pm but still very flexible. If you need to extend the bike rental time just let us know. 10am to 6pm on Sundays / Bank Holidays

Fully Insured

We are fully insured to ensure your piece of mind while traveling the Blueway.

Blueway bike Hire

Include with every bike rental:


Bike Lock



Things to See and Do!

Take a trip along the Suir Blueway, experience the picturesque 21 kilometre cycle trail along the heritage Blueway towpath from Carrick-on-Suir through Kilsheelan to Clonmel.

Ormonde Castle

Ormonde Castle

Ormond Castle is the best example of an Elizabethan manor house in Ireland. It was built by Thomas, the 10th Earl of Ormond in 1309. Closely integrated into the manor house are two 15th century towers. It is the country’s only major unfortified dwelling from that
turbulent period. The state rooms contain some of the finest decorative plasterwork in the country, including plasterwork portraits.

St. Mollerans Church

Just across the River Suir is St Molleran’s Church. It stands on the site of a 13th-century friary, fragments of which are incorporated into the present building. The Earl of Ormond gave the land to the Franciscans, who occupied the site until the suppression of the monasteries under Henry VIII. The front wall stands as a reminder of the Great Famine; local people constructed it as part of a work-for-food project in the 1840s.

St. Mollerans Church
Blueway Old bridge

The Old Bridge

In the year 1306 a stone bridge was built linking Waterford and Tipperary, now known as the “Old Bridge”. This is one of the most handsome stone bridges in Ireland and it predates the voyage of Columbus to the New World. This was for centuries the first bridge above the
estuary of the Suir and hence of strategic importance as a link between South Leinster and East Munster. The city of Waterford downstream had no bridge until 1790s.

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