The annual four-day Tour de Munster charity cycle came to a close on Cork’s gruelling St Patrick’s Hill on Sunday. Now in its 19th year, the cycle saw more than 100 amateur cyclists take on the 600km cycle to raise huge funds for a great cause.
We’d like to thank everyone involved with this year’s event, 2019 marks the tenth year of the partnership with the Tour.
THANK YOU to all the brave 100+ cyclists that took part in the 600Km cycle, to all the amazing members and volunteers that supported them on their journey with safety and repairs – and finally, to all the fantastic people that donated and cheered the cyclists on their way through cities, towns and villages. And a final thank you to everyone who made this year’s event such a success!
Pictured below are:
Eimear (12) with her sister Caoimhe Hurley (6) with friend Maeve Goggin (11) cheering on the cyclist at the finish line.
Taking the final hill in Cork is Jason Pierce, a parent for our Down Syndrome Cork branch,
And here is a picture from the finish line of DSI President Liam Ahern with his daughter Laura (in blue) with her friends Saidbh O Callaghan and Frank Savage.