"Fantastic well organised spin for a fantastic cause. It was first ever 68km challenge and it won't be my last - I'll be back again next year! Well done to all the organisers you should be very proud of yourselves!" - Eimear NiChormaic reviewed Saddleup4epilepsycycle – 5 star on 28 February 2016
"Completed the 125 k route.A great event and well organised for a super charity. Thank you." - James Mooney reviewed Saddleup4epilepsycycle – 5 star on 28 February
"Excellent organisation. .great weather. .friendly people... Fab cause Thanks for a great day" - Damien McGuinn reviewed Saddleup4epilepsycycle – 5 star 27 February
"Fantastic day. Thanks to the organisers and every one involved" - Orla Kelly reviewed Saddleup4epilepsycycle – 5 star 27 February
"Great turnout and very well organised. Can't wait for next year! Well done!" - Rahul Rana reviewed Saddleup4epilepsycycle – 5 star 18 February 2015
So so proud @EpilepsyCycle in Mayo today my cousin Siobhan's eldest son Niall and his friend Leo were the youngest cycling!@epilepsyireland— Lorraine Lally (@lorraine_lally) February 27, 2016
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The routes above are subject to final approval by National SUFE and may change due to adverse weather conditions. In this case, all registered riders will be notified via email.
THIS IS NOT A RACE • ROADS ARE NOT CLOSED • OBEY ALL ROAD SIGNS & TRAFFIC LIGHTS • STOP AT ALL JUNCTIONS • MARSHALS DON'T STOP TRAFFIC AT ANY JUNCTION • WEAR YOUR HELMET • NO MORE THAN 2 ABREAST • GIVE LOADS OF ROOM TO INEXPERIENCED CYCLISTS • DO NOT OVERTAKE THROUGH TOWNS AND VILLAGES • ALLOW OVERTAKING CARS TO PULL IN • WARN OTHER CYCLISTS OF APPROACHING HAZARDS • ALLOW LOTS OF BRAKING ROOM BETWEEN YOU AND BIKE IN FRONT
IDME BRACELET - It is mandatory that the IDME bracelet is worn to guarantee access to mechanical support, food stops, first aid and valid insurance.