The Great Railway Cycle Saturday 28th Sept 2019

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The Great Railway Cycle

An Tanaiste Simon Coveney at the official launch of The Great Railway Cycle 2019 with event committee members and Marymount Hospice staff. Registration now open www.thegreatrailwaycycle.com ... See MoreSee Less

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Registration now open for The Great Railway Cycle 2019!
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Thanks to all the cyclists who participated in The Great Railway Cycle 2018. The proceeds from last years event of €12000 have been distributed amongst the following beneficiaries;
Marymount Hospice
Carrigaline Lions Youth Centre
Carrigaline Meals on Wheels
Carrigaline Mens Shed

We were delighted to have An Tanaiste Simon Coveney TD officially launch The Great Railway Cycle 2019 at Marymount Hospice last week. For more information visit www.thegreatrailwaycycle.com
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6 months ago

The Great Railway Cycle

Register now to avail of an Early Bird Discount and to set yourself a challenging and healthy goal for 2019!!
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10 months ago

The Great Railway Cycle

Just over a week to go! Register now www.active.com/carrigaline-cork/cycling/the-great-railway-cycle-2018 ... See MoreSee Less

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Early bird entry discount ends at midnight tonight!! Register now
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Welcome to The Great Railway Cycle

This year’s charity cycle follows the general route of the Bandon and South Coast Railway which closed in 1961 and the name of the event has changed from the Carrigaline Lions Cycle Classic to The Great Railway Cycle. Over its 25 year history, the event has raised more than €675,000 for charity.

Supporters of the Carrigaline Lions Cycle first got on their bikes in 1991 under the joint co-ordinators, Lions James O’Sullivan and Mark Ginn. The great success of that first year led to the cycle becoming an annual event for the Lions Club and its supporters.

This year’s cycle takes place on Saturday, 28th September and will start at 10am from the Carrigaline Lions Youth Centre. See here for more details or click the Register Now link above to enter.

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