The An Post Heritage Cycle Tour returns to Meath for a sixth year on the 26th & 27th July. New to the event this year are the 3 hills of Meath as part of the 100k – Tara, Skryne and Slane; with the challenging climbs around Loughanlea Mountain being included in the 160k distance.
Those wishing to register can still avail of the early bird entry fee up until 17th July – registration will remain open online until 23rd July.
There are 4 distances to choose from:
11km Family Spin, 50km Tara Loop, 100km Royal Tour and the 160km Royal Challenge
The family 11km spin commences at 5pm on Sat 26th with registration on the day. The other 3 distances take place on Sun 27th. All participants on the 50k, 100k and 160k will receive the special commissioned souvenir jersey – a real collector’s item.
Entry is available online at www.meathsports.ie or by contacting Meath LSP’s office on 046-9067337. There are discounted rates available for OAP’s/Unemployed and Cycling Ireland members.
The event is part of the An Post Cycle Series and is organised by Meath Local Sports Partnership in association with the Irish Sports Council. Over 3,000 cyclists are expected to participate in this year’s tour. The Friends of St. Joseph’s Charity in Trim is the nominated charity for this year’s event.
For further details see www.meathsports.ie or contact Meath LSP on 046-9067337.