An Post Rás last one into Castlebar

Castlebar Cycling Club rider Sponsered by Unit 7 Castlebar leading some of the Ras riders into Castlebar

 

Other photos of the Rás in coming into Castlebar and Newport see the link below

https://goo.gl/photos/qPyyxP8DpDk7VAbb6

 

Saddle Up For Epilepsy 2017

It’s starting again the launch of the 2017 cycling calendar,

So I want to wish Brenda Quigg the best of luck again next year 25th February 2017 the “Saddle Up For Epilepsy” and we’ll be there to help out if required and take part in a good day.

A bit about Brenda

“Saddle Up for Epilepsy is Brenda’s brainchild and she is the Event Director and the driving force behind the event. A Clinical Nurse Specialist by profession, Brenda has a keen interest in cycling and has taken part in leisure events all over the country. Having being diagnosed with epilepsy and experiencing the lack of awareness that exists about the condition, Brenda decided to organise Saddle Up for Epilepsy to mark the first ever International Epilepsy Day, put epilepsy in the spotlight locally and support a charity close to her heart.
Event Director – SUFE”

So if you can please support

http://www.saddleupforepilepsy.com/

 

 

Copyright Clive Jennings Photography

Copyright Saddle Up For Epilepsy & Epilepsy Ireland

Aware Tesco Cycle

My brother works for a local electrical company Tim Kelly Electrical and Tesco is one of their clients. He was asked to do the 50km cycle which Tesco are organising in aid of Aware but he declined and nominated me, as sporting activities would not be his strong point! I know people who have used Aware’s services as depression is becoming a common problem. I am happy to do the cycle but have to get back on the bike to get in some training. Not doing too badly, clocked up over 100km from last Saturday to Friday.
So anyone who may wish to donate, you may email and we’ll send you details. I know everyone is collecting for charity but I’m going with the Tesco line “Every little helps” so all I’m looking for is about €1.00-€2.00 (the price of cup of coffee) and I’ll post on how it’s going

http://www.advertiser.ie/mayo/article/54216/tesco-sponsored-cycle-

www.aware.ie

www.tesco.ie

http://whatshappeningireland.wordpress.com/