Adrian Nealon 200 (& 100)

Date: 27th August 2017

Difficulty/Climbing (from * to *****)    ***

There will also be an option of a 100km Route on the day.

Organiser: Eamon Nealon

E-Mail: eamonnealon@hotmail.com

Phone: 087 2439115

Address: Ballinahaglish, Ballina, Co. Mayo

Entry Fee: € 10 by Cheque or Postal Order, (plus €5 on the day for optional ACP Medal if required)

Closing Date: 21st August 2017

Start:  Ballinahaglish Cemetery, Ballina, Co. Mayo
(Ballina to Foxford Road, 3 miles from Ballina)

Sign-on from 7:30am

Start Time: 8.00am

Download Standard Entry Form: New Entry Forms

Facilities:

This is not just a memorial event to remember a brother, it is an event to highlight the effects of drugs and alcohol in todays society and on those living with it.  Small donations welcome on the day and will be given to a local charity.

Map: Adrian Nealon 200 New Map Route has been changed slightly from previous events.

Adrian Nealon 100 Map

Cycling Ireland Licence required, One-day Licence available on the day for €5.00

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  • 3 thoughts on “Adrian Nealon 200 (& 100)”

      1. Hi Hendrick, Most details are on the event webpage. If you need more details you should e-mail or phone Eamon directly. Cheers, Niall

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