Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle announces cancellation of event until 2022

Thank you to our Sponsors, Partners and Volunteers

The Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle works with an extensive team to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all, while raising vital funds for a wide range charity projects.

We would like to thank our sponsors The Great Southern Killarney, Fexco, Liam Lynch Skoda and Killarney Chamber of Commerce for their continued support.In addition to this, the Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle would not be possible without the various departments within An Garda Siochana and Kerry County Council who provide vital support for the event.

To our committed team of volunteers who drive and lead so many aspects of the event, thank you for your time and support.  At this time, we would also like to thank all our medical volunteers for their support during this crisis and we wish them well.

Stay safe everyone, enjoy your Easter and be sure to keep active (within your 2km of course!).

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We regret to announce that the Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle 2021 event will be cancelled due to the uncertainty surrounding public health guidelines this summer. Those cyclists who have deferred from the cancelled 2020 event will be transferred to next year’s 2022 event. #ROKCC

Due to Covid-19, for the first time in 37 years, #ROKCC2020 IS CANCELLED. #ROKCC2021 will go ahead on 3 July 2021. Registered participants can opt to defer, donate or get a refund on your 2020 registration through https://t.co/sbu6vGQanp before 31 May. Thanks for your support.


Nora Owen speaks about Ard Cúram’s fundraising efforts for their new Alzheimer Centre, and the impact the charity has had on her family as well as the Listowel community.
To register for the Ring of Kerry with Ard Cúram as your chosen charity, click here: https://t.co/FljRpCIhQp

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