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Five hardy souls from Mayo are getting ready to take on a wild sort of a challenge for charity next month.
A city man will undertake a major fundraising walk this month in aid of a Dublin hospital.
Imagine nine counties and 665km of open road from the top of Ireland (Malin Head) to the very bottom (Mizen Head)! Manageable if you have a sparkling two litre car with air condition and comfortable suspension but what about a Vespa PX 125 scooter (max speed, 45mph)? Internet research will tell you that it has never been done before. This is a challenge that is going to be attempted by local Castlebar man, Ian Mc Dyer. In conjunction with McCarthy’s Bar, Main Street, Castlebar, Ian and his support team will make their attempt next weekend on Friday and Saturday, August 17 and 18.
Members of Western Lakes Cycling Club gathered in Inch’s Bar, Ballinrobe, recently to launch the new club website along with its calendar of events for the coming year. The main focus of the night was to launch the new look club website designed by Design West, Kiltimagh. The venture has been a great success resulting in a catchy new website containing the club’s up to date information and activities and at the same time is very user friendly.
Two Athlone-based gardaí are currently halfway through an epic kayak journey from the bottom to the top of Ireland in aid of charity.
Galway city native Liam Warden is among six SERVE volunteers undertaking a gruelling cycle from Malin Head to Mizen Head. The six day cycle commences on May 22 and hopes to spread the message of solidarity. The team come from various backgrounds and locations all across the country.
This Friday sees the beginning of the Frank Young Memorial Cycle 2010 from Malin Head in county Donegal to Mizen Head in county Cork. The cycle was set up to commemorate the life of local man Frank Young, who is legendary in the Midlands and beyond due to his lifetime involvement in sporting and charitable activities.
A “crazy cycling challenge” has provided much-needed support to a young Galway toddler who suffers from cerebral palsy.
Skateboarder Alan Collins prepares to skateboard the gruelling 835 kilometres from Mizen to Malin Head, over 11 days, in a bid to raise funds for Muscular Dystrophy Ireland.
Few scenes can compare with the Ballynahinch river, it thick with salmon, and you with a rod in your hand.