Ring of Beara Cycle Kenmare gives participants the chance to cycle Ireland's
most spectacular peninsula and embrace the unspoilt beauty of the Wild Atlantic
is a route to suit all levels of fitness from the seasoned cyclist to the
casual peddler. Choose from the 140km route or the shorter 110km route. Cyclist
can experience the magnificent scenery of the mountains, valleys and the rugged
coastline of the Beara peninsula.
Cycle Ireland’s most spectacular peninsula and embrace the unspoilt beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way. 110K or 140K route, starting and finishing in Kenmare.
Both routes traverse the picturesque and quaint towns including Ardgroom, Eyeries, Allihies, Castletownbere, Adrigole, Glengarriff and Kenmare town. Participants can enjoy some food and chat at the fully stocked food stations dotted along the routes.
The Ring of Beara Cycle Kenmare is normally held on the last Saturday of May. Participants will have a choice of an exciting 140km or 110km cycle by the rugged Wild Atlantic Way coastal route of the Beara Peninsula.
Participants will have a choice of an exciting 140km or 110km cycle, by the rugged Wild Atlantic Way coastal route on the Beara Peninsula.
On both routes the food, water and toilet facilities will be located as follows:
At the finish area in Kenmare town there will be hot food, hot tubs, massage and entertainment available to all participants and then rewarded with a finisher medal.
The Ring of Beara Cycle Kenmare is organised by the Kenmare Marketing & Events Group with the help of local professional event management company Elite Event Management.
The Ring of Beara Cycle Kenmare will support local charities through the organisation of this event.
For more information on this years nominated charities click on the following links:
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