160k Kelly Comeragh Challenge 2017
August 20 @ 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
The Kelly Comeragh Challenge is the tough, tough part of the tour and not for the fainthearted. The new route for 2017 heads eastwards out of Dungarvan towards the breathtaking Waterford coastline and the heart of the Copper Coast Geopark in Bonmahon. Over 2000m of climbing await participants including; ‘The Scrouty’, near Portlaw and Curraghmore Estate. The route then ventures further into mountain territory to take on the mighty Tickincor and Powers the Pot, over the highest point of roadway in the Comeragh Mountains. It is suitable only for experienced cyclists and those who have at least, completed the 100k in previous years.
Important Note: Please note that this route is limited to 1600 participants in 2017.
Registration: Participants must pre-register for this event. Open online from Wednesday 15th March @ 9am
Start Details: 8am Sunday 20th August 2017 from Dungarvan Sports Centre
Entry Fee: €45
Safety: Helmets are compulsory for all participants. All participants must be over 16 years on 20th August 2017.
Refreshments: Kill Community Centre Water Stop @ 30kms, Rathgormack Food Stop @ 75kms, Hillview Sports Club, Clonmel Water Stop @ 115kms, Ballymacarbry Water Stop @ 135kms
50km & 100km routes also available
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