Gheimhridh 200 (Winter 200)

Date: 2nd December 2017

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

Organiser: Marc Kilduff


Phone: 085 8634093

Address: 1 Orchard Vale, Stamullen, Co. Meath

Entry Fee: €10
Optional ACP or Audax Ireland Medal €5
1-day Licence fee if required €5

Payment Details:

Please include Entry Fee, Medal Fee (Optional) and 1-day Licence Fee, if required.

By PayPal to

Or by cheque/PO/post (payable to Audax Ireland) to
Andreas Voigt
12 Brookville Park
Malahide Road
Dublin 5
D05 F6T2

If paying by PayPal, please ensure you pay any charges yourself, and the club receives the full entry fee.  Whether by post or PayPal, please make sure to include your name, and which event you are entering with your payment !

Closing Date:  27th November 2017

Start: St. Patrick’s Church,  Stamullen.  Directions from Airport

Time: 7am SHARP

Download Standard Entry Form: New Entry Forms


  • Parking at start.
  • Food stops will be provided at Multyfarnham (100km) and at the finish back in Stamullen.
  • This is a self-supported event so plan accordingly.

Important: For the safety of all rides a lights check will be completed before your event card is provided to each rider. You will not be permitted to take part if your bike does not have a good set of lights. Carrying a backup set of lights is recommended as this event will take place on dark county roads.

Route Description:

The Gheimhridh 200 starts in Stamullen, Co. Dublin and takes in some of the most scenic parts of  Westmeath and Meath,  before looping around Lough Derravaragh, north of Mullingar between Castlepollard, Crookedwood and Multyfarnham. The route passes through villages & Towns on the way back to Stamullen that are well stocked with food stops and shops. The route has some climbing in parts but nothing too taxing. Given the time of year the weather could be the challenging part of this event so you should be prepared for changes in the weather by bringing spare clothes, tools, and bike spares.

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  • 8 thoughts on “Gheimhridh 200 (Winter 200)”

      1. Hi Andrew, if you contact Marc, the event organiser, at the email address listed above, he should be able to answer your queries. It’s a great route, so I’d highly recommend it!

        1. Pat, thanks for getting back to me. That cool. I realised that Audux is a bit more self reliant. I am a complete novice and have only been cylcling for 6 months but I am finding distances of 50-75 miles, even with 3 and 4,000 ft of elevation, to be quite easy and manageable and I want to give Audux events a go.

          I am from the North and I am having bother getting any of my cycling friends to join in. So I will leave it until the new year and make the effort to join in the first Audux event of 2016.

          Is the 2016 calendar available yet?


    1. Hi Dave, thanks for reply, (sry only seeing it now) I e-mailed Marc a number of weeks ago but never got a response, shame I was hoping to do this

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