100km route: €65
60km route €55
*A One Day Licence (€10) is required for all Non-Cycling Ireland members to partake in this event.
The event starts at 8am from Dublin City University
Friday, 23rd Sept 12.00pm – 8:00pm Saturday, 24th Sept 10.00am – 4:00pm
When you enter Cycle Superstore, continue up the stairs, turn right and head across the bridge. Number collection will be in front of you. You will need to bring your confirmation of entry and ID.
Someone else can collect your number provided they have the booking confirmation.
If you purchased a jersey you will be able to collect it at Cycle Superstore along with your numbers.
We have partnered with five charities for 2022! You can make a donation at the point of entry or via the event fundraising page here
Irish Hospice Foundation
Yes. Parking is available at the Recycling drop-off point at the Whitehall junction from 6am on Sunday, 25th September: https://goo.gl/maps/rkqzb1gBQo1YMxQDA
Registration will be open until Saturday 24th September 2022.
Yes, this year we will be providing a medal and goodie bag to all participants at the end of the event. Anyone that registers for the Great Dublin Bike Ride will receive €20 voucher for Cycle Superstore in their goodie bag at the finish line
To ensure every single person who cycles on the road on Sunday 25th September is insured, Cycling Ireland provides one-day licence which means the participant has the below insurance cover. If the participant is already a Cycling Ireland member, they do not need to purchase the one-day licence. If the participant is cycling virtually, they will not be on the road and therefore do not need the one-day licence. Cycling Ireland provides the following Insurance cover. 1: Personal Accident This cover again applies to when you are training, competing or officiating in an approved activities of Cycling Ireland. Medical expenses are covered to a maximum of €2,500 each claim which includes dental expenses up to €2,000. Excess of €250 applies to medical and dental claims. There is also an inner limit of €250 for physiotherapy expenses. Loss of earnings is covered for a maximum of €150 per week for a maximum of 13 weeks with the first week not being covered. 2: Public Liability (“Third Party”) Covers you for any third party liability or property damage for which you are held legally liable. (a third party is a person not accredited with membership of Cycling Ireland) when you are training, competing or officiating in an approved Cycling Ireland activity. (a €500 excess applies to each claim, to be paid by claimant). There is no cover in respect of any Injury or Damage suffered by one participant caused by another participant during training activities.