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September 2018
€30.00

The Reservoir Dog Sportive

September 2 - Registration/Start: 7:30 am & 9:00 am
Russborough House,
Russborough, Blessington, Ireland
The Reservoir Dog returns for a fourth edition on Sun 02-Sept-2018. Everything you loved about previous year’s events – and more! Our 125km route traverses the valleys and passes across the Wicklow mountain massif. We ride along quiet roads with spectacular scenery and challenging climbs. As well as the road less travelled we have included some of the classic & toughest bike climbs in Ireland. Our 65km event takes in a scenic circuit of the Blessington Reservoir and introduces the… Find out more »
£40

Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive

September 8
Pairc MacUilin GAA Club,
14-18 Whitepark Road, Ballycastle, United Kingdom
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The Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive is one of the most scenic sportives in Ireland, taking you through the stunning North Coast and the Glens of Antrim. We offer cyclists a choice of 3 routes through an incredible landscape steeped in myth and legend along the spectacular Causeway Coast and through the Glens of Antrim. Enter before 01/05/2018 and receive a technical T Shirt Check the organiser’s website for further information. Date: Saturday 8th September 2018 Routes: 35 miles / 85 miles / 115… Find out more »

Tour de Bens 2018

September 8
Clifden Town,
Clifden , Connemara, Ireland
The 2018 Tour de Bens takes place in Connemara on Saturday, September 8th.The event, in its second year, has a choice of two routes – 125km and 85km. Both routes start and finish in Clifden. Both routes will showcase the beauty of Connemara while always keeping the Twelve Bens mountains in sight. The 125km route starts with the breath-taking Sky Road and then turns left along Streamstown Bay, Omey Island at Claddaghduff and into the fishing village of Cleggan. We… Find out more »

Leap on your bike 2018

September 8 & September 9
Salmon Leap Inn,
Leixlip, Ireland
Annual 330KM,  2 day cycle from Annascaul, Co Kerry to Leixlip Co Kildare. Check organisers website for further details, link below       DISCLAIMER The information provided by IrishSportives.ie is, to the best of our knowledge, true and accurate at the time of publication. Information may be subject to change without prior notice. Please check with event organisers in the days before the event to ensure the event is going ahead as planned. The information provided by IrishSportives is… Find out more »

Wild Atlantic Way Sportif September Edition

September 8 - Registration/Start: 8:00 am & September 26 - Registration/Start: 5:00 pm
The stunningly beautiful Wild Atlantic Way,
The West Ireland
Following on from a highly successful Spring edition, The Wild Atlantic Way Cycle Sportif, Ireland’s only fully supported, multi–stage cycling event will take place again in September. The route is designed to showcase  the stunning landscape and challenging terrain of Ireland’s West Coast and cyclists will enjoy the experience of a lifetime as they ride over the 2,152km route beginning in Kinsale, Co. Cork, and ending in Muff on Co. Donegal’s Inishowen peninsula. Good food and a lot of craic… Find out more »
10/15

Finn Wheelers 3 County Sportive

September 9 - Registration/Start: 8:00 am & 9:00 am
Finn Valley College,
Drumboe, Stranorlar, Ireland
Annual Finn Wheelers Cycling Event. 65km and 135km routes with the longer event taking in 3 Counties – Donegal, Fermanagh and Tyrone. Starting and finishing at the Finn Valley College Stranorlar. Registration from 08:00-08:45. Entry fee is €10 for the 65km route and €15 for the 135km route for CI members. The longer route will have a foodstop and there will be hot food and showers for all attendees in the Finn Valley College afterwards. DISCLAIMER The information provided by… Find out more »
€25

Claremorris Charity Cycle 2018

September 14 - Registration/Start: 8:00 am
Sams Car Park Claremorris,
Claremorris, Ireland
Claremorris charity cycle is back for 2018 and promises to be better again. All proceeds in aid of Prostate Cancer research. 33km, 55km and 110km routes to choose from so something for everyone.   DISCLAIMER The information provided by IrishSportives.ie is, to the best of our knowledge, true and accurate at the time of publication. Information may be subject to change without prior notice. Please check with event organisers in the days before the event to ensure the event is going… Find out more »

Wexford Cycle for Peter McVerry Trust

September 15 - Registration/Start: 6:45 am & 7:30 am
University College Dublin,
Belfield, Dublin 4, Dublin, Ireland
The Wexford Cycle is one of Ireland’s longest running and most popular charity cycles. Now in its 29th year, the hugely enjoyable event raises vital funds to support Peter McVerry Trust’s efforts to tackle homelessness in Ireland. There is a fundraising target of €250 On the Day: Cyclists will make their way from UCD to Wexford, a distance of 135KM. There will be a number of refreshment stations along the route, as well as a lunch stop at around the half way… Find out more »
33/50

Great Dublin Bike Ride 2018

September 23
Merrion Square,
Merrion square, Dublin, Ireland
The Great Dublin Bike ride is back for September 2018 and registration is now open! Sport Ireland, in conjunction with Cycling Ireland has teamed up with the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, Dublin City Council, Healthy Ireland and Fingal County Council for the Great Dublin Bike Ride, which will be held on the 23rd September in Dublin. Up to 7,000 riders will set out from Merrion Square to take part in the Great Dublin Bike Ride,  a bike ride… Find out more »
€35

Sean Kelly Tour of the Midlands for Special Olympics

September 30
Tullamore Harriers,
Tullamore, Ireland
Special Olympics Ireland offering you and your cycling friends the opportunity to cycle alongside Irish Cycling legend Sean Kelly at this year’s sixth annual “Sean Kelly Tour of the Midlands ” starting and finishing in Tullamore, Co. Offaly on September 30th 2018. All the proceeds from the tour will go to Special Olympics Ireland, a sports organisation for people with intellectual disabilities, offering year round training and competition opportunities in over 15 sports. Their vision is for every person with… Find out more »
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