I'm going to be doing the Races to the Races with PPB this year in and around Galway.
I just got my bike recently enough so I'm cutting it very fine in terms of preparation.. but it's all for a very worthy cause!!
If you can give whatever you can, without being too cliché, anything at all - big or small! :)
Thanks and be sure to follow my insta @adamkanee during the cycle for updates!
Presenting ‘Race to the Races 2019: Tour de Ted’ with Paddy Power Betfair: ride hard and ride safe on this exhilarating charity cycle. This is a beautiful spin suitable for all abilities (with some training) along with an extended support team in 2019 to cater for the racers and the scenery seekers.
A great fitness and fundraising achievement, you'll challenge yourself cycling through Ireland's beautiful West, while raising funds for The Samaritans, the 2019 charity of choice for the UK and Ireland.
Over two days, participants will cycle 200km with stunning scenery, travelling through the Burren in Co.Clare on Day 1 with a quick visit to Father Ted's house, racing to the Galway Races on Day 2.
Each cyclist pays a registration fee of €150 and must raise a minimum of €200 for their chosen charity to participate, with Paddy Power Betfair matching your €200 at the end. Your registration fee covers bus transport, baggage and bike transport, branded Father Ted ‘Go on, Go on, Go on’ cycling shirts, two nights accommodation and sustenance for the duration of the cycle, not to mention an amazing experience on this fitness excursion. Training nights every Tuesday from Power Tower at 17:30! Join us! Date: 28th and 29th July 2019 Meeting Point: July 28th- 6AM Unit 1-4, Belfield Office Park, Power Tower, Beech Hill Rd, Roebuck, Dublin 4
Darren donated €20.00"Best of luck henny!"
Anonymous donated €5.00"Sorry I’m poor xo"
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James Mahon donated €10.00"Best of luck Adam"
Sean Meehan donated €5.00"YUUUUUUUUUUUUUP GWAN THE KANERS FLEH"
Lorraine Kane donated €40.00"Best of luck ad"
Shaquille donated €10.00"Oooooooh I have a bike now"
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