From gourmet eating, Country and Western, a gruelling adventure race to a 7 day Racing festival, the month of September in County Kerry is full of action, music and excitement .
September / Meán Fómhair
Tommy Griffin Over 35`s Football Weekend
Chain Gang Sportive Cycle Tralee
Saturday 24th September 2016
This is always a well run sportive with some spectacular scenery, climbs and plenty of food.
2 routes of 160 and 110 km taking in the Conor Pass climb with an option of Sleahead and returning back to Tralee via Inch and Castlemaine.
Starts at the Meadowlands Hotel in Tralee and then Westward all the way. A must do cycle!
This year we will once again be hosting, with the support of our event partners, a classic pair of challenge cycles taking riders over the most scenic terrain offered by the Dingle Peninsula.
§ The Slea Head Challenge 150km (Formerly Blasket Blast) – the sixth edition of this spectacular and challenging route. The route takes in the entirety of the peninsula over 150km, taking in the climbs of the Conor Pass and the spectacular coastal run around Slea Head. § The Conor Pass Challenge – Our seventh running of a classic. This 110km route takes this sportive cycle over the Conor Pass – Ireland's Highest Mountain Pass on a scenic route then taking in Dingle, Annascaul, Inch and Castlemaine.
While every effort has been made to include as much information as possible, if you have any queries about your route don’t hesitate to drop a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll do our utmost to see you right. We aim to put on a great set of cycles this year, to build on previous years successes and pull out all the stops to put on what we endeavour to make a brilliant day on the bike. We hope you will accept our challenge to join us in Tralee this September and take on what we feel are some of the best challenge cycles, in some of the most spectacular countryside both Kerry and Ireland have to offer.
End of this month and start of next
Dingle Peninsula Food & Wine Festival
Friday 29th September - Sunday 1st October 2017