Entries Open For Ireland’s Toughest Bike Ride

Entries are pouring in for Ireland’s toughest one day bike ride, the Wicklow 200 on June 11th, when 3000 cyclists will take to the epic hills of the Garden County. Riders from all over the world will descend on County Wicklow for the 35thedition of Ireland’s longest running mass participation bike ride, attracted to the

07/06/2015 - NEWS - Image from the Wicklow 200 Cycle Ride. Its a 200 Km's Non Competitive Ride which takes place around the roads of Wicklow and attracted 3000 entrants.   Picture Nick Bradshaw

What’s new in 2017?

Although the Wicklow200 is considered to be one of the best sportive’s in the country we want to make sure that we are always improving it. With that in mind we are adding lots of really cool stuff for 2017. Thank you to all those who took part in our survey and here are the

SONY DSC

2016 Photos and Videos

More Photos The Start – Photos by Sean Rowe Click Here  The Wicklow Gap – Photos by Sean Rowe Click here The Kilmacanoge Climb – Photos By Sean Rowe Click here The Journey Home – Photos by Sean Rowe Click here Some Videos If you are wondering what it looked like at the 2016 Wicklow200

Wicklow 200

Some photos from 2016 Wicklow200/100

More Photos The Start – Photos by Sean Rowe Click Here  The Wicklow Gap – Photos by Sean Rowe Click here The Kilmacanoge Climb – Photos By Sean Rowe Click here The Journey Home – Photos by Sean Rowe Click here Some Videos If you are wondering what it looked like at the 2016 Wicklow200

SONY DSC

Videos from the 2016 Event

If you are wondering what it looked like at the 2016 Wicklow200 we have some great videos for you from participants. Some of the videos even feature their data in real time with their on-bike footage. Enjoy! Leonard Kaye – Orwell Wheelers Yan Ireland Edward Dillon – Glenmalure Climb Wicklow 200 2016 Conor Dowling Edward Dillon

THE 2016 EVENT BEGINS IN:

Sign up for our Newsletter:

jQuery('#clock').countdown('2016/06/12 07:00:00', function(event) { var $this = jQuery(this).html(event.strftime('' + '%Ddays ' + '%Hhours ' + '%Mminutes ' + '%Sseconds ')); });