Entry Fee is €20 for the virtual cycle, with a €30 entry fee for the family cycle. The Family Bike Festival has an entry fee of €45 per family of 2 adults and 2 kids. A seperate donation can be to your choosen charity as well creating a donation page.
We have partnered with two charities, Aware & Irish Hospice Foundation. The event is being run on a non-profit basis so we can come together in support of those in need and promote a healthy, active lifestyle through cycling. All funds raised will be evenly split between all the charities.
Registration will be open until Saturday 25th September 2021.
Yes, this year we will be providing a medal and goody bag to all participants.
To ensure every single person who cycles on the road on Sunday 26th 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.