Doolin revs up for Harley Fest

Doolin revs up for Harley Fest

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More than 200 Harley-Davidson owners from across Ireland, the UK and the United States have descended on the North Clare village of Doolin this weekend for the second annual Doolin Harley Fest.

Hotel Doolin is hosting the event in aid of  Marie’s Foundation, set up by the family and friends of local woman Marie Clancy who died in May 2014 from ovarian cancer at the age of 38.

Marie’s husband James and his two brothers, Mark and John as well as local man Jimmy Boyle are motorcycle enthusiasts and have partnered with Hotel Doolin to organise the festival.

Doolin Harley Fest will feature a charity ride through the Burren, a custom bike show in the marquee of Hotel Doolin, BBQ’s on the lawn and live music all weekend from acts including the Kilfenora Céilí Band, The Hound Dogs, Unstable Live, Switch, Blackie and Friends and Jimmy Clancy.

Donal Minihane-general manger of Hotel Doolin gets a feel for the wheels with organisers Mark Clancy, John Clancy, John McDonagh, James Clancy and Jimmy Boyle. Photograph by Yvonne Vaughan
Donal Minihane-general manger of Hotel Doolin gets a feel for the wheels with organisers Mark Clancy, John Clancy, John McDonagh, James Clancy and Jimmy Boyle. Photograph by Yvonne Vaughan
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