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Can You Cycle 200km in 10 Days?

This is a fun and COVID-friendly way to come together and raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI). The challenge is to cycle 200km between Friday Aug 28th and Sunday Sept 6th, 2020. Can you cycle an average of 20km a day? Prove it!

We expect club cyclists to target 450km, so once you get past 200km see how far you can go - every km counts! Your County needs you!

We will create "live" leaderboards to track which County is winning the All Ireland Cycle, so get on your bike to help your County win the bragging rights!!  

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What, How and When?

This is a fun way to come together to raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI) to help fight a disease that has impacted so many of our lives and that of our family and friends. The All Ireland Cycle Challenge began as an 8-day event 10 years ago, with people taking part from all over the world. We continue to be inspired by our family and friends who have battled with this terrible disease, by the fundraising our cyclists have done by raising over €500,000 euro, and by the great research and work done by the staff at the NBCRI.
That's teamwork!   

This year it's your turn to join us and challenge your friends to see who can do the most km's or raise the most money. We will create an All-Ireland Cycle leaderboard and you'll see each County's kilometre total grow every time a cyclist logs their distances. Getting involved is as easy as 1-2-3!

1 - Register

to take part in this national event, set-up your account and get your friends and family involved

2 - Track

every cycle that you do during the 10 days window for this event on a smart watch, phone app or bike computer

3 - Upload

each activity by logging back into your All Ireland Cycle account, log your km's and optional photo to confirm - watch your km's grow!

We are asking you to pledge €25 to take part. Some may want to raise more, so when you register a personalised All-Ireland Cycle JustGiving page will be automatically created and emailed to you, and it's up to you if you want to use it. All money raised goes directly to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute charity.  

Once you have completed your challenge we will send you a specially designed snood! And we want you to share your photos of taking part by using the hashtag #AllIrelandCycle. 

The Challenge - In numbers

This initiative is part of the annual Pink Ribbon Tour cycle held yearly in support of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute, a national charity that funds a comprehensive research programme at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Unfortunately due to the recent Covid pandemic it is not possible to stage the event so the organisers have created the ‘All Ireland Cycle’ which gives everyone a chance to take part and cycle for their county while helping to raise funds for the charity.

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All 32 Counties

This is an All-Ireland cycling challenge and we have entrants from all across the island of Ireland, and a number from overseas, ranging from local cycling clubs to individual leisure cyclists. Everyone has declared their preferred County, so for you is it where you live or where you were born?
Spread the word!

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Why 200KM?

Cycling over 200km in a 10-day period is regarded as a good challenge for most leisure cyclists. But we know of course that club cyclists might want a bigger challenge and we have set a target of 450km to improve your County’s chance of winning the All-Ireland Cycle!
Every kilometre counts!!

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10 Days

Everyone from the leisure cyclist to the avid club cyclist can cover 200km in 10 days. It is challenging but attainable and rewarding. The 10 days also crosses two weekends to give every cyclist the chance of achieving your target
Plenty of time!

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25 Euro

When you register for the event you'll be asked to donate €25 to the charity per participant. As an option we will also send you a link to your personal Just Giving fundraising page, which you can share with friends and family to seek their support for your mighty cycling efforts!
Raise more euros than the number of kilometres you cycle!

Target €50,000

We hope to raise at least €50,000 by midnight on Sunday, September 6th, so Register and warm-up your saddle for this challenge! Your personal triumph on the bike will help the National Breast Cancer Research Institute to support patients going through their own personal journey. Get on your bike!

About the Pink Ribbon Tour

The Pink Ribbon Tour - formally ‘Race The Rás’, is a three day cycling sportive in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute which takes place annually in September.  Learn More...

National Breast Cancer Research Institute

National Breast Cancer Research Institute - Based at the Lambe Institute, NUI Galway, the NBCRI is a national charity that funds a comprehensive research programme at the Learn more...

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