Create Your Own Ring Of Kerry Cycle Finish Line And You Could Win A €1,000 Bike

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THE organisers of The Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle have launched a #FinishLineFantasy challenge in an effort to further promote cycling and to encourage participants to recreate their own finish on Saturday July 4, marking the original date of the 2020 cycle.

The Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle organisers have not one, but two prizes for the winners of the challenge.

The grand prize is a brand-new road bike sponsored by O’Sullivan Cycles, Killarney to the value of €1,000 as well as entry for the 2021 event, a jersey and a neck buff for The Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle 2021 (#ROKCC2021).  The runner up will also receive entry to #ROKCC2021, a jersey and a neck buff.

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To enter, participants are asked to take a photo of their recreated ‘finish line’ with family or friends, share it on Saturday, July  4 on their social media channels, and tag the Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle with the hashtag #FinishLineFantasy.

They are also encouraging creativity and humorous photos while of course adhering to social distancing guidelines. Winners will be announced Tuesday, July 7.

While the actual fundraising cycle event is not taking place this year, the idea is to encourage participants to get some practice in before what promises to be the cycle event of the year on Saturday, July 3, 2021.

The volunteer-led charity cycle has raised over €17 million for more than 160 charities since it began 37 years ago, and in more recent years, over €1 million per annum.

Unfortunately, due to the cancellation of this year’s event, they are unable to fundraise in the same capacity for their chosen charities.

For more information and terms and conditions of the ‘Finish Line Fantasy’ challenge visit or follow The Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle on Facebook or Instagram @RingofKerryCharityCycle or Twitter @ringokerrycycle #ROKCC2021 #FinishLineFantasy

If anyone wishes to make make a donation and support the charities can do so through

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