Cyclists Urged To Take The Three Peaks Challenge In Aid Of Down Syndrome Kerry

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Denis Cronin and Niamh Cronin of Down Syndrome Kerry with Fiona O’Donoghue of Killarney Cycling club looking forward to the cycle on Saturday week.

WITH just over a week to go until this year’s Three Peaks Challenge on Saturday, June 15, people still have time to saddle up for Down Syndrome Kerry in partnership with Killarney Cycling Club.

The event promises to be a fabulous day of cycling and fun two routes available; 100km or 75km, to meet all abilities, covering some of the most beautiful landscapes in Ireland, with plenty of laughs and refreshments along the way.

With the Ring of Kerry cycle only four weeks away, this is the perfect warm-up for anyone thinking of doing the Ring of Kerry this year or anybody looking for a really well run sportive while supporting Down Syndrome Kerry and KCC.

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The cycle starts at 10am from St Oliver’s School at Ballycasheen, Killarney. Itruns from Killarney through Ballyvourney, Kilgarvan and Kenmare before returning via Molls Gap to Killarney.

So register for the cycle which is €40 for Cycling Ireland members, €20 for accompanied under 16’s on event master:- https://eventmaster.ie/event/dW04CnGSwV

Enjoy refreshments on the route, with a delicious and well deserved barbecue back at St Oliver’s School on completing this rewarding cycle for a great cause.

Remember, Down Syndrome Kerry, does not receive any government funding and they are totally dependent on your support to continue to make these services available to those who need them.

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