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Oesphacycle Sportive in aid of OGCancerNI

Location

Portadown Health Centre, Co. Armagh

Date

Saturday, 29 June, 2019

Time

08:30 to 15:00

About the Event

After the great success of our first Oesophacycle, OGCancerNI are back with another cycling challenge.

– Portadown to Newry (44 miles by towpath)

– OR Portadown to Carlingford (66 miles by road)

This year’s Oesophacycle is part of the OGCancerNI’s “Catch It Early” awareness campaign, launching in June 2019.

Professionally organised and supported this is an opportunity to experience some of the beautiful landscapes that Northern Ireland has to offer, with a fantastic fundraising purpose in mind.

ROUTE 44 (miles) - This Newry Canal Tow Path has been chosen to suit those ‘leisure’ cyclists who wish to participate in the event. It provides the perfect environment, away from road traffic, for a fun and leisurely cycle along the banks of the Bann and Cusher rivers.

ROUTE 66 (miles)– This Portadown to Carlingford route is geared towards ‘experienced’ cyclists who are used to pounding out 60-80 mile routes on a regular basis. The route provides those cyclist with a serious lung busting 66 mile challenge.

The event is organised by members of OGCancerNI and we would encourage you to raise sponsorship monies for their “Catch It Early” campaign.

All donations welcome. Each finisher will receive a medal and snood.

Contact and Booking

Book online: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ogcancernis-oesophacycle-2019-registration-56454828913

Contact info@ogcancerni.com or call 07568157450 for more information.

For more information about Oesphacycle Sportive in aid of OGCancerNI, click here.

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