The Kerry Group Ras Mumhan Four-Day International Cycle Race will pass through this area on Good Friday afternoon, April 14th.
The route and approximate times are as follows: Start in Killorglin at 2:50pm.; Fossa at 3:10pm.; Killarney at 3.16pm.; Kilcummin at 3.24pm.; Quarry Cross at 3.42pm.; Knocknaboul Cross at 3.52pm.; Scartaglin at 4.05pm.; Castleisland at 4.15pm.; Currans at 4.25pm.; Ballyfinnane at 4.33pm.; Firies at 4.39pm.; Milltown at 4.51pm.
The stage will finish in Killorglin at 5.01pm.
Co-operate with Gardaí and Stewards
The organisers are asking the public to co-operate with members of An Gárda Síochána and stewards as the race passes through the various areas.
They also stress that, as the safety of all concerned is of paramount importance, that dogs should be kept under control for the brief duration of the race in your area.
The road will be busy with racing cyclists, support vehicles and spectators. Traffic delays can be expected in the areas and times outlined above.
Good Friday to Easter Monday
The Kerry Group Ras Mumhan Four-Day International Cycle Race gets under way on the roads of Kerry and Limerick on Good Friday and will finish on Easter Monday morning April 17th.
The total race distance for the four days is almost 500km and includes 26 categorised climbs – three more than last year.
Coom an Easpaig
However, there is only one category one ascent, Coom an Easpaig on Sunday. An elite rider count of 185 will represent teams from Ireland, England and the Isle of Man.
A prize fund of over €7,000, this year sees one of the biggest fields ever to compete in the long history of this great race.
Full race and event route details can be found on: www.rasmumhan.com
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