Team IRL Cycling” is holding a charity virtual cycle in aid of cancer support services in Ireland. You can take on a variety of distances of a virtual cycle with the longest ride set at 200km.

Select your Pen based on the distance you want to complete.
Pen A: 200km
Pen B: 161km
Pen C: 100km
Pen D: 50km
Pen E: 30km
We are asking our members who cycle to raise money which is vital for our charity partners to exist. 2020 has been an unprecedented challenge for all charities as they struggle to make raise funds through normal channels. With over 4,000 members we hope to be able to give back to our charity partners. At some point in our lives, we have all been touched by the effects of cancer. The charities we have selected are very close to our own hearts in Team IRL Cycling, as Richie Sheerin, one of our key admin members is currently undergoing treatment for cancer. In March of 2018, Richie an active and fit runner, cyclist, and Gaelic football player was diagnosed with Myeloma, a bone marrow cancer. If you want to hear more of his story click here.…/virtual-road-to-recovery/
We have a target of 4,000 (€1 per Team IRL Member) to reach and exceed with your help. So please pull on your best lycra and get pedaling for these charities, not a cyclist just click, donate and share our story with your friends and family.
Donate here:

Irish Cancer Society

The Irish Cancer Society is the national charity in the Republic of Ireland dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem, and improving the lives of those who have cancer. We are raising money to support our nurse services and fund research.
Friends of the Cancer Centre
Friends of the Cancer Centre has a long and proud history of helping local cancer patients across Northern Ireland for 35 years. Based at the heart of the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital, the charity funds life-saving and life-changing projects that make a real and lasting difference to the lives of thousands of local people affected by cancer and in the last year alone, Friends of the Cancer Centre has put £1.2 million back into local cancer services.