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Cycle Against Suicide on September 10th

Cycle Against Suicide is inviting local communities to join its “Bike4Life: One Day – One Goal” on On Friday 10 September, World Suicide Prevention Day, to raise awareness and funds for suicide prevention.

UHL staff to cycle 200km to Dublin

ICU consultant Dr Catherine Motherway will be joined by frontline colleagues from University Hospital Limerick on Thursday in the local effort of a national fundraising cycle to commemorate those who have lost their lives to COVID-19.

Tour de Munster charity cycle ends in Cork

The 21st annual Tour de Munster charity cycle came to an emotional end in Cork City on Sunday evening having travelled over 600km across the six counties of Munster, raising funds for Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI) Munster Branches.

Tour de Munster ready to hit the road

With the final countdown on to the 2021 Tour de Munster charity cycle in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland Munster branches, participants are adding the finishing touches to their training preparations as they gear up to tackle the 600km route across the six counties of Munster from August 5th to 8th.

Cyclists demand response to rural road deaths

The provisional figures published on the 26th of July 2021 by The Road Safety Authority (RSA) identify several worrying trends on the country’s roads.

Seán Kelly launches annual Tour de Munster Cycle

With preparations in full swing for the 21st annual Tour de Muster charity cycle, legend of the sport Sean Kelly was on hand to officially launch the four-day Tour across Munster.

Noel completes 800km ultra-cycling event

A Clare man has completed a 804km ultra-cycling racing evening in Donegal and Northern Ireland.

Tour de Munster’s charity partnership with Down Syndrome Ireland 

Tour de Munster, the 600km annual charity cycle which is set to take place this summer from August 5th to 8th has announced its official charity partnership with the Munster branches of Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI).

Plan to set up ‘Buddy Communities’ across Ireland

In light of the mental health crisis arising out of Covid-19, Cycle Against Suicide is calling on communities to prioritise peer support.
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