Sponsored Cycle To Carlow

cycle posterGET ON YER BIKE !!!!


Drumree GAA are hosting their 4th Annual Sponsored Cycle, this year making its way to Carlow on Saturday October 22nd. 

Following on from the success of the last 3 years we are now looking for men & women for this years 100km trip ! Anyone who took part last year will agree that it was a brilliant weekend & one that was talked about form many weeks after !


There is also the option of sharing a bike, with each person doing 50km each !!

We are asking for each cyclist that takes part in the 100km cycle to raise a minimum of €250 in sponsorship, for those sharing a bike & doing 50km each we are asking for a minimum of €400 per bike, for this every cyclist will get an overnight stay in a 4* hotel & leisure centre in Carlow with dinner & breakfast included. A bus will collect all cyclist & bikes the following morning and bring them back to Drumree. 

The organisers have requested that you pre-register your interest in this event. This is so that they can correctly plan for the event and to ensure safety for all. If interested please contact Rob Lyons on 083 1004207, Brendan Walsh on 086 3359435 or Martin Ryan on 087 6983650





Why take part ?

- Help raise funds for your club.
- Stay fit.
- Lose weight.
- Have great craic with club mates along the way.
- Night in a 4* Hotel & Leisure Centre in Carlow, Dinner & breakfast all included !!!!
- A great nights entertainment guaranteed in Carlow that night. 
- Free bus back the next morning.


Cycle Route


It is relatively flat course with very few major hills to navigate. For those who remember last years course, it is the exact same route for the 1st 55km.

It will start at Drumree GAA Club Grounds before making its way through:


Mullagh Cross,

Kilcock (detour around town via ring road),

Clane Road,

Prosperous (Stop 1 Prosperous Church -32km) ,


Rathangan (Stop 2 Rathangan GAA Pitch - 54km),


Athy (Stop 3 Athy Community College - 82km)

& finally ending at The Seven Oaks Hotel & Leisure Centre Carlow (100km)


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