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Ireland at the 2019 Rugby World Cup

IRFU Charitable Trust Rugby World Cup Charity Cycle

IRFU Charitable Trust Rugby World Cup Charity Cycle

The IRFU Charitable Trust cycle will take you through the heart of Wales an on to the Millennium Stadium for Ireland’s match against France.

The Charitable Trust Cycle will take us from Dublin Port by Ferry to Holyhead staying at the Oakeley Arms Hotel in Snowdonia.  Two very scenic days of cycling through the Snowdonia National Park passing Llyn Trawsfynydd Lake.

We continue on through the rolling landscape of this beautiful park until we reach Dolgellau.

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Cycle guides will be on the road with all cyclists at all times and a full cycle support will be provided.  Stops will be regular for replenishment of water and energy bars etc

The roads are of excellent quality and are a specific cycle route through Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons (Cycle Route 8), these roads are not busy from a traffic point of view.

Day two will pass the Talybont Reservoir, Merthyr Tydfil and will continue to the Millennium Stadium, where we will be greeted with some well deserved drinks.

Match ticket will be provided to watch Ireland play France in the Millennium Stadium in their Rugby World Cup Pool Game. 

Also included – boat, accommodation, flight home, transfers and cycle support.

Contact:-  Linda Black 01 6473 866 charitabletrust@irfu.ie or Mick Quinn 086 245 2222