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Family Route



Smiles and wonderful memories guaranteed! Have a great day out with your family while helping a good cause. 3km Actual route coming soon. [read more]

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Medium Route



Have a laugh with your mates and fellow "expert" cyclists! This route is suitable for everyone who likes a decent spin. 55km [read more]

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Advanced Route



The advanced route is 105km long and remember it's not a race. With some preparation, it can be a real fun cycle. [read more]

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If you are unable to take part in the event itself on the 26th September 2015, you can always make an online donation. [read more]

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"Never put off tomorrow what you can do today". Register today. [read more]

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We are always looking for Volunteers to help with our fundraising efforts. Just fill in the form and we will contact you as events come up [read more]

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Join the many companies who have become a sponsor of Cycle4life and make a difference today. [read more]

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New 2014 Dan Martin Panda T-Shirt Available Now

New 2014 Dan Martin Panda T-Shirt Available NowJust before Dan Martin placed his final attack to drop Joaquim Rodriquez in Liege-Bastogne-Liege in 2013 the crazy Panda appeared on the road. Dan looked in the eyes of the panda, refocussed and sprinted to the finish to take his biggest win. his epic moment is now available on a T-Shirt. All proceeds go to Cycle4Life 2014 in aid of Temple Street Children's Hospital. Buy them online at or mail All proceeds towards Temple Street. [read more]

Latest News

  • Dan Martin presents cheque to Temple Street Children`s Hospital

    posted on 13/11/14

    World Number 9 and Cycle4life patron - Dan Martin, spent some time in Temple Street and there was the little job of handing over our cheque for €139,640.51. Thank you all for your support and we can`t wait for 2015. [read more]

  • Cycle4life Skydive in aid of Temple Street

    posted on 10/11/14

    3 brave D.I.D Electrical Online staff, Monika Podsadna, Rory Blanchfield and Paul Field all set out on Sunday to complete a 10,000ft tandem parachute jump in aid of Temple Street.Their mycharity page link is still there for anyone who wants to donate. Some fantastic pics. Thanks and well done. [read more]

  • Dan Martin finishes 2014 in 9th in World Rankings following 2nd place in Tour of Beijing

    posted on 14/10/14

    Dan Martin has finished second overall at the Tour of Beijing following the conclusion of today’s fifth and final stage. That ride, combined with his win in the final monument of the season in the shape of the Tour of Lombardy the weekend before last, means Martin finishes 9th overall in the WorldTour rankings. He was 20th in those standings before the Tour of Beijing started last week, with his overall runner-up slot and stage win in China bringing him into the top 10. Martin’s best finish in the WorldTour was his 6th place of last year. His 9th overall this season is truly remarkable given his crash on the Giro d’Italia that took him out on the opening stage and saw him sidelined from WorldTour competition until the Vuelta began nearly three months later. Martin started the final stage of the Tour of Beijing today three seconds down on general classification. The Garmin-Sharp rider needed to win the stage and pick up the 10 second time bonus on the finish line and also hope overnight race leader Philippe Gilbert (BMC Racing Team) would fall outside the top three. But that was never likely to happen on a flat final stage made for a bunch finish for the sprinters. (Source - Sticky Bottle) [read more]

Bike Maintenance

  • Chain and Gears

    The last thing to check is that your chain turns cleanly through your front and rear sprockets and doesn't rub against the derailleurs. You can do this as you pedal when you first set off. [read more]

  • Helmet

    Always wear a helmet and before you put on your helmet, make sure there are no cracks on the outer shell or inner surface. [read more]

  • Saddle and handlebar position

    Your body contacts the bicycle in three areas; your hands, your seat, and your feet. [read more]