The Ulster Cycle 2020

2020 sees the creation of a new unique event,
The Ulster Cycle.

A 2-Day sportive event, cycling across some of Northern Ireland’s most picturesque roads.

The Ulster Cycle offers riders a 200 mile challenge over 2 days or the choice of a 100 mile cycle on either the Friday or Saturday.

Friday 3rd & Saturday 4th April

This will be a Ticket only event and entries are capped at 400.

The Route:
Cyclists will start at the Ulster University Belfast Campus on Friday morning, travel to Jordanstown campus, on to Coleraine and finishing at the Magee campus in Derry~Londonderry where there will be a food and refreshments waiting for them.

Riders have the option to book into campus accommodation for Friday night, or one of the city’s fantastic hotels.

On Saturday, the cycle will start again, retracing the route from Magee, Coleraine, Jordanstown and finally Belfast.

On both days, there will be food stops at the campus with a major one situated between Coleraine and Jordanstown.

The Cause:
The event has been developed and is hosted by Titanic Quarter Cycling Club and Ulster University with collaboration from local cycling club Foyle CC.

The sportive’s main goal is the promotion of cycling in the country and to raise awareness and funds for better mental health in keeping with Ulster University's ‘Mind your Mood’ campaign, so you can be assured at your entry fee is going to a great cause.

Your Safety:
The safety of all participants is of the upmost importance and working with Cycling Ireland we have decided that all riders will have their own GPS tracker for the event.

This unique tracking software allows us to know where every participant is at any time over the event and you can also share you position and progress with your family and friends at home.

Interested?? Follow the link below to leave your details to get an early bird entry 48 hours before the tickets go live.

Starts at: 2020-04-03 08:00:00
Ends at: 2020-04-04 17:00:00




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