The organiser of the recent Saddle Up For Epilepsy Cycle, Brenda Quigg from Breaffy, says the event was a huge success and issued a heartfelt thanks to all of those who supported the cycle.
Ms Quigg issued a special thank you to all of the sponsors, volunteers, marshals, Civil Defence, and the many cyclists who made the Saddle Up For Epilepsy event happen.
Special thanks also went to Sean Kelly; Simon Walsh, Fit Science; Mark Kennedy, Tibus; Robert Gibbons; Smart Art Designs; Padraig Philbin; and Noel Gibbons from Mayo County Council.
The main sponsors were Datalex and eCom, together with Pat Staunton, Staunton’s Pharmacy; Michael McDonnell, Bosh Bar & Restaurant; Joe Togher, Togher Tyres; Laura Hill, O’Briens Sandwich Bar; Edel and Sean Conron, Amphilbin King; Damian Dolan, Cornmarket Financial Group; Paul Dunne, Ballina Dental; Audrey Robinson, Coca Cola; and Declan McGrath, McGrath’s Waste.
Ms Quigg also expressed her gratitude to David Monaghan, Monaghan’s Garage; O’Hara’s Bakery, Foxford; Colm Mulroy, Topaz Garage; Woodies; Nora McHale, Centra; Lavins, Breaffy; Brendan Boland, Knockmore & Rathduff Resource Centre; John Walshe, Walshtown Service Station; Brenda Clarke, Breaffy House Resort; Michael Kilcourse, The Bike Clinic; Seamus Joyce, Joyces Meats; Mike Reidy, Jimmy Durkan, Darragh Staunton, Fran Power, Civil Defence; and the gardaí.
Visit the saddleup4epilepsycycle Facebook page to view photos of the event.