Kilbride Cyclists Charity Challenge
23 Jun 18
Are you up for the challenge ???
If you are …… then welcome to the tenth year of our great cycle event, one of the most popular leisure cycle event in the Northern Ireland calendar.
Kilbride Cyclists are proud to offer a scenic country route of 90km around County Antrim which has a few inclines and takes a break in Glenarm for refreshments. So whether you are a serious cyclist or a novice wanting to cycle the distance for the first time the Kilbride Cyclists Charity Challenge is the event for you! The Challenge starts and finishes at Kilbride Presbyterian Church which has ample car parking and changing facilities. En-route there will be water stations, a “broom wagon” for breakdowns etc. and the event will be assisted by an experienced team of marshalls, with first aid back-up. All finishers will enjoy a BBQ at the finish line and a well earned cuppa.
This year we are supporting two charities-
Ballyclare community concerns is a resource centre that provides services in response to the needs of the local community.
Jengana is a Northern Ireland based charity focussed on improving the lives of those less fortunate than us, specifically in the slum areas of Nairobi, Kenya. jengana.com
Facilities on Challenge Day will include
- ample changing facilities
- ample car parking
- refreshments at Glenarm
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- Challenge entries must be received by 22th June 2018
- Cancellations ~ we cannot refund entry fees after the application has been processed
- Registration between 8.00 and 9:00am. PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME
- START time at 9.30am WE RECOMMEND THAT HELMETS ARE WORN AT ALL TIMES
- RULES OF THE ROAD MUST BE ADHERED TO AT ALL TIMES
- PERSONAL INFORMATION WILL NOT BE PASSED TO ANY THIRD PARTIES
I understand and agree that I participate in this event entirely at my own risk, that I must rely on my own ability in dealing with all hazards and that I must ride in a manner which is safe for myself and all others. I am aware that when riding on a public highway the function of the marshals is only to indicate direction and that I must decide whether the movement is safe. I agree that no liability whatsoever shall attach to the Promoter, Promoting Club, Event Sponsor, Cycling Ireland, any Sub-Committee of Cycling Ireland, any Event Official or any Member of the Promoting Club in respect of injury, loss or damage suffered by me in or by reason of the event, however caused.