Frequently Asked Questions

When Where is the cycle starting?

The cycle will start from Tracton GAA grounds. Registration will start at 8am and we should be on the road by 9am. Eircode : P17 KX47 Find us here

What should I bring?

Make sure your bike is in good working order. Bring a spare tube and a pump. Monitor the weather and ensure you are dressed appropriately. There will be water and refreshment stops en-route but always make sure you have water on your bike and a snack in your backpack.

Are there any stops?

There will be a stop after 30km at the White Lady in Kinsale for the 50km route. On the 100km route there will be a stop after 60km in Ballinspittle at the Courcey Rovers GAA ground. Food and liquid refreshments will be provided at these stops.

Can I register on the day?

There is no problem registering on the day. We are offering an early bird registration of €25 for the 50km route and €35 for the 100km route up until May 6th. After that the cost will increase to €35/€45 respectively for the 50/100km routes.

What age do you have to be?

Cyclists must be 18 years of age however those over 16 can take part as long as they are accompanied at all times by an adult.

Will the road be closed?

No. The roads will no be closed. Cyclists must obey the rules of the road at all times. Marshalls as well as support vehicles will be present along the route.