Currow Weekend of Cycling June 15th/16th

Details below for both the Sliabh Luachra TT and the Currow Leisure Tour which accommodate both the competitive and leisure cyclist

Currow Cycling Club is delighted to be hosting the

Sliabh Luachra Time Trial

On Saturday 15th June.

The event will take place on the Castleisland to Tralee road. Riders will start on the Castleisland side of the road and continue to Ballycarthy Roundabout and return on the same road, completing 20km in total.

Entry Fee is €5

Sign on is 6:30pm to 7:00pm

First rider will start at 7:15 sharp.

Cash prizes for the Top Three Finishers, with further cash prizes for category winners of:

Unplaced Ladies

Unplaced A3

Unplaced A4

Unplaced Vets (Over 40)

Unplaced Vets (Over 50)

Unplaced Junior

Unplaced Under 16

 

In the event of a rider qualifying for more than one category, he/she must select the category that they are entering for. No rider may receive more than one prize.

As always, this is not a closed road event and The Rules of the Road apply. Although the Ballycarthy Roundabout will be stewarded, every cyclist is responsible for their own safety and care should be taken to ensure an accident free evening.

Please contact Darragh Looney on 086-8916091 for any further details.

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Currow Cycling Club are pleased to announce the

Currow Cycling Club Leisure Tour

On the 16th of June

Sign-on will commence at 9:00 in the Currow Community Centre.

Fee is €15 and non-members of Cycling Ireland will need a one day licence at a cost of €5.

Start time is 10:00.

This is a leisure tour and we hope to complete the 60 mile route in approximately 4 hours.

To accommodate the huge disparity in cycling ability, we will be leading a group at 9:30 to allow riders who feel that 4 hours is restrictive the opportunity to complete the tour at their leisure and ensure that this event is enjoyed by all.

The route will start in Currow and take in Castleisland on its way to Tralee. Then out of Tralee on the Castlemaine road and the first food stop will be at the Castlemaine Creamery. The group will split here and those on the 60K route will take the road to Farranfore and then Currow. The 100K route will head to Milltown and onto Killorglin. Next to Killarney and a food stop outside the town, before heading into Farranfore and then to Currow. Food and refreshments will be available at Currow Community Centre.

Further details on 087 9201961

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