Kenny for Bikes 1924 in photo centre front Breda Kenny and Kathleen Kenny, centre middle  Patrick Joesph Kenny, centre back Annie Kenny, Right Jim Byrne Bellfield worker, second worker unknown, little boy unknown

Quintet pacer built by Dunlops in 1898. Picture taken bottom castle hill in 1933 front left to right John Keogh, Sam Redmond, Davy Grace, Arther Kavanagh, Steven Jordan.

Kenny For Bikes 1940. From left to right: shop worker, P. J. Kenny junior, P. J. Kenny senior and Kathleen Kenny

Breda Kenny cycling on old bridge Enniscorthy 1939


The 1963 Ras Tailteann cycle race passes through Enniscorthy.
Young man with flag Tony Keogh Newross Leading rider The great Se O Hanlon four times winner.

Chris Boardman leads the 1998 Tour de France in the yellow jersey  across the old bridge in Enniscorthy on stage 3 on there way to Cork

Kenny For Bikes shop after a fall of snow February 2018

Avril Swan, Lucas Park, Enniscorthy:
National 25 mile TT champion 10th July 2010.
National 50 mile TT champion  6th July  2008
National 100 mile TT champion 12 June 2010.
Second twice in the British 25 and 50 TT championships in Olympic year.

Paul Nolan 2019 Grand Fondo Stelvio Santini Bormio, Italy

Ger O Regan, Roger Olson, and Paul Nolan Ice Bike London 2019

2020 seen Kenny for Bikes take on a new mechanic in, George Kelly  with expertise in hydraulics, Di2 and wheel building.

Kenny Sportive & Touring club get their picture taken end of summer 2020 at Donohoe Skoda Quarry park, Enniscorthy as one of their main sponsors.

Micheal O Neill Killanne Enniscorthy with his medal after completing the 2019 Ring Of Kerry Charity cycle.

Micheal Flaherty riding the 2020 Wexford Co Championships

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2019 collection

Let’s face it, no look is really complete without the right finishes. Not to the best of standards, anyway (just tellin’ it like it is, babe). Upgrading your shoe game. Platforms, stilettos, wedges, mules, boots—stretch those legs next time you head out, then rock sliders, sneakers, and flats when it’s time to chill.


kids bikes now available for free delivery in County Wexford

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9.30am to 5.45pm

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9.30am to 4.00pm*

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Monday – Friday we are closed  for lunch 1 – 2pm  

* We’re closed on Thursday from September to  end of March
Closed for Christmas holidays 23rd Dec to 5th Jan 2021