Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Murphy Surveys 100km route for 2017 charity cycle

The 100km route for the upcoming Murphy Surveys Charity Cycle for Crumlin will take in a circuit that includes Kildare, Ballybrittas, Castledermot, and Ballitore, writes Brian Byrne.

The run is actually 105.4km, with a 700m elevation gain, according to the detailed route available here on Strava.

Set for Saturday 22 July, the event is the fourth in the series since the inaugural run in 2013. It has so far raised over €30,000 for CMRF Crumlin.

There will be two routes — 100km and 50km, and participants will be provided with food and refreshment after the Cycle, which will start and finish at Murphy Surveys premises on the Kilcullen Business Park, Knockbounce.

The full registration fee of €25 will be donated to the charity.

Registration can be done online here.

Sponsorship cards can be got by emailing chanly@murphysurveys.ie.

Pictures of last year’s event are here.