2019 Wicklow Mountains Cycle Challenge

Saturday, 18 May 2019

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Now in its’ fourth year, the Wicklow Mountains Cycle Challenge is an annual event organised by St James’s Hospital Foundation with all proceeds going to St James’s Hospital, Dublin.

Since its beginning in 2016, the event has doubled in participation and has raised over €50,000 and used to purchase equipment for St James’s Hospital.

Proceeds from the 2019 Wicklow Mountains Cycle Challenge will be used to purchase new electric beds for the ICU Department in St James's Hospital.

The event starts and finishes in the stunning grounds of Russborough House, Blessington, Co Wicklow and participants have 2 routes to choose from.

50km – Our 50km route brings cyclists on a beautiful tour of Blessington Lakes before returning back to Russborough House.

100km – Described by seasoned cyclists as “The toughest 100km in Wicklow”, this is a much more demanding route taking cyclists up some of the most notorious climbs in the Wicklow mountains including, Sally Gap, Shay Elliott & Slieve Maan.

Cyclists on both routes will enjoy some of the most picturesque countryside that Wicklow has to offer.

All participants will receive a souvenir event jersey and access to the post event refreshments.

ENTRY IS FREE FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO FUNDRAISE for the event by raising a minimum €150 in sponsorship.

If you do not wish to fundraise, you can choose from the following options:

Please be reminded that you need to have a Cycling Ireland License to participate in this event. If you are not a member of a cycling club or current member of Cycling Ireland you need to choose the Non-Cycling Ireland option as this includes the price of a one day license.

Cycling Ireland Members:
Early Bird: €45
Normal: €50

Non Cycling Ireland Members:
Early Bird: €50
Normal: €55
(This includes the €5 fee for 1 day licence).


registrations are not available

There are currently no entry options available for this event.