Two brilliant days of cycling featuring some of the finest riders in the country racing over a beautiful but challenging course. This event is organised by the award winning CEEECC in conjunction with Western Lakes CC – one of the finest clubs in the country.
The weekend includes a 90km stage on Saturday 29th & a time trail & 85km stage on the Sunday.
This event has been running for the last 6 years & has grown from strength to strength each year. It routes bring you through some of the most stunning areas of scenery that Connemara has to offer inculding Renvyle, Inagh Valley, Maam Valley, Kylemore & more.
A great weekend of racing guaranteed!
You can now enter online by going into the Cycle Ireland website & logging into your account.
We will have an early bird offer available until the 8th August at just €30. After that the price will be €40 for 2 great days.
PRE RACE INFORMATION All meetings will take place at the Race Headquarters - The Marian Hall Tullycross.
Meetings Timetable Saturday 29th August – Stage start 4pm Routing: 3.15
To attend: Race Director, All Drivers, Race Officials, Marshalls, Timekeepers, Neutral Service, Red Cross, Blackboard, Motorcycle Pilots. Team Managers: 3.30
Sunday 30th August Stage 2A – Start 9am Riders starting in 1 min intervals ascending order. ( Race nos 1, 2, 3 …....)
Stage 2B – Stage start 12.30pm Routing: 12pm To attend: Race Director, All Drivers, Race Officials, Marshalls, Timekeepers, Neutral Service, Red Cross, Blackboard, Motorcycle Pilots.
Team Managers: 12.15pm Jersey Presentation: 12.25pm Start/Finish Line Marian Hall. Team Managers: Team Managers must register and Sign-On in Race HQ before each stage.
Managers must provide team vehicle registration numbers and a list of team accommodation and contact details.
The draw for team car position in the cavalcade will take place at the mangers meeting prior to each stage.
Race Radios for team cars may be available at Sign-On. RACE SERVICE 1. Neutral service will be provided by the Race Organiser. All equipment provided to neutral service should be in good serviceable condition and marked. Please remember that it could be your own rider that gets service from neutral service, so good equipment only please. 2. All team cars are to provide service to members of other teams where the situation demands, in a fair and sporting manner or where instructed by the race Commissaries.
Race Organiser: John James Flaherty
Commissaries: Brian O’Loughlin. Peter Flanagan
Photo Finish: Seamus Shortall
Result Co-Ordinator: Seamus Shortall
Chief Judge: Peter Flanagan
Ambulance Service: Civil Defense