On Sunday, June 17th. Currow Cycling Club and Currow Ladies Football Club will combine their efforts to host their annual fund-raising leisure cycle.
The cycle is a perfect Warm up for the Ring of Kerry Cycle with three courses available on the day.
Three Distance Options
There’s an over 20 kilometers, 60 kilometers and 100 kilometers options.
This is the fifth year of the cycle and it has attracted big crowds every year so far.
“We would ask you to come out and support the cycle this year and be part of a great day out,” said ladies club secretary, Moss Leane.
Registration from 8:45am
The cycle will begin at Currow Community Centre at 9.30.am with registration from 8.45 am.
The short course goes to Davy Roche’s Cross and into Castleisland on to Camp Cross on the Tralee Road and to Dysert Cross and turning right on the road back to Currow.
The 60 KM course goes via Davy Roche’s Cross, Castleisland, Tralee, Castlemaine, Firies Cross, Ballyfinane, Currans, Farranfore and back to Currow.
Event Details On-Line
The long course goes to Davy Roche’s Cross, Castleisland, Tralee, Castlemaine, Milltown, The Golden Nugget, Aghadoe, Two Mile School, Firies Cross, Ballyfinane, Currans, Farranfore and back to Currow.
For details on the race or to sponsor, please contact Margo on 085 8504914 or see Facebook Page currowlfc or the Currow GAA Club web page.
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