Food & water stops along the routes:
On Sunday 30th July, 7 local venues are opening up their facilities to provide refreshments and much needed nourishment to the cyclists participating in this year`s cycle tour. Details below of participating venues:
Ryans of Gormanlough, water stop @ 50km
Cormeen community centre, food stop @ 98km
Ballinlough GAA, water stop @ 125km
Senchalstown GAA, water stop @ 30km
Wilkinstown community centre, food stop @ 59km
Hill of Tara, food stop @ 22km
Kiltale GAA centre, water stop @ 34km
Trim – Finish, food stop for all cyclists.
Even though 17,500 bottles of water will be consumed on the day, cyclists are requested to bring with them fully stocked water bottles and snacks for consumption along the route. There is an array of food served along the routes and at the finish in Trim (including gluten free products), however cyclists with specific dietary requirements will need to bring their own food.
The organisers of the Sport Ireland Meath Heritage cycle tour would like to thank the individual venues for opening up their premises and making them accessible to all participating cyclists – without this much needed cooperation, the Meath Heritage cycle tour would not be the largest and most popular cycling event not alone in Leinster but in Ulster and Connacht included. Congrats to all the volunteers and personnel involved over the weekend in making this happen.