Official training for Galway Cycle 2020 will begin in January. From here, distances will increase by 10km each week.
You must attend at least 2 mandatory cycles throughout the training – one in February and one in March. You have a choice of 2 weekends in each month. These cycles are enforced to ensure that all participants are comfortable with cycling in a group prior to the weekend of the cycle.
Training leaves from the gates of the South Campus of Maynooth University each Saturday and Sunday at 10am (longer cycles later in training may leave at 9am). Please keep an eye on the Facebook page for the latest updates on training (e.g. weather, etc.).
All cyclists must satisfy the following prerequisites to attend training and/or to take part in the Galway Cycle event:
- You must hold either a Leisure or Competition membership with Cycling Ireland.
- You must wear a helmet on all cycles with the club.
- Your bicycle must have a red rear light
- Your bicycle must have a rear mudguard (see PDF below for more details)
If you have any questions on this, or think you can’t attend the requisite mandatory cycles, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|January 4th/5th||Introductory 10 km and Special Day for Beginners|
|January 11th/12th||20 km|
|January 18th/19th||30 km|
|January 25th/26th||40 km|
|February 1st/2nd||50 km|
|February 8th/9th||MANDATORY 60 km|
|February 15th/16th||MANDATORY 60 km|
|February 22nd/23rd||70 km|
|February 29th/March 1st||MANDATORY 80 km|
|March 7th/8th||MANDATORY 90 km|
|March 14th/15th||100 km|
|March 21st/22nd||110 km, last big cycle|
|March 28th/29th||60 km tapered|
|April 3rd||G DAY!! 🙂|
|Home again on April 5th|