Cyclists complete charity cycle challenge for Croi

Pictured are: Noel O'Connor, Seamus Brady, Stephen Crowley and Derek Cooney of the Galway Bay Cycling Club with Colm Hawey, Galway Tra Club, at the finish of the second annual Étape Connemara 150km chip-timed sportive in aid of Croi. Photo: Joe Travers.

Pictured are: Noel O'Connor, Seamus Brady, Stephen Crowley and Derek Cooney of the Galway Bay Cycling Club with Colm Hawey, Galway Tra Club, at the finish of the second annual Étape Connemara 150km chip-timed sportive in aid of Croi. Photo: Joe Travers.

More than 200 cyclists from all over Ireland completed the second Étape Connemara 150km cycling challenge in aid of the fight against heart disease and stroke.

The Étape Challenge is an open road chip-timed cycling sportive which presents cycling enthusiasts with a unique challenge to create a personal best time over the course on which they can improve from year to year. The times clocked ranged from just under four hours to seven hours.

 

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