Want an extra hoodie? Or hoodies for the kids? Now’s your chance to order one. While all registered participants will receive a hoodie as part of their registration, for the 30th Galway Cycle, we’re offering you the chance to buy additional limited edition souvenir hoodies, and it’s as simple as selecting the size you want from the appropriate menu below, and clicking Buy Now! Prices for the hoodies are as follows:
- Adult Hoodie: €25
- Child Hoodie: €15
Size guide for the Children’s Hoodies is available here
If you have any questions about the hoodies and ordering them, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Any ordered hoodies will be available for collection at the final open meeting, on April 4th.
Unfortunately the deadline for ordering hoodies for children has passed, as the order had to be placed further in advance with our supplier. If you are looking at purchasing for an older child, you may be able to order a smaller-sized adult hoodie as an alternative (see above).
The first Open Meeting for Galway Cycle 2017 is due to take place on Tuesday the 31st of January at 7:30 p.m. in JH1. This meeting is an opportunity for both cyclists and collectors or anybody else who may be interested in joining us this year to come along and find out more. We will be giving an overview of the weekend so you know what to expect. We will also have representatives from this years charity the National Rehabilitation Hospital Paediatric Unit to share some more with you.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
As you should be aware registration for GC 2017 is open. Please follow the link above to register if you are planning on joining us but haven’t yet done so. The deadline to register is Friday February 3rd so make sure to get in early.
Upcoming Fundraising Events
The annual table quiz is due to take place at the end of the month on Tuesday the 31st of January. This coincides with the Open Meeting so please do join us afterwards in Brady’s Clockhouse Pub on the Main Street in Maynooth for a fun filled evening. This event is due to kick off at 9p.m.
Training cycles have officially commenced so I hope you are all ready to get back on your bike. Departure is at 10am sharp so please be there at least 15 minutes early. Remember that it is mandatory for all cyclists to have valid Cycling Ireland insurance for the training cycles. Please bring a copy of your number (printed or on your phone) for your first training spin and we will give you a sticker for your helmet so that we know for future training spins. If you have any queries/questions feel free to email email@example.com.
For those of you who haven’t heard, we’re on the road to Galway Cycle 2017! At the AGM on Thursday November 3rd, the incoming committee for 2017 were elected, and the voting membership selected the recipient charity for the 2017 cycle, namely the National Rehabilitation Hospital’s Paediatric Unit.
As mentioned, the committee for 2017 was elected, namely:
- President: Samantha Ward
- Vice President: Martin Rocks
- Secretary: Emer Gilmartin
- Treasurer: Nancy O’Hara
- Webmaster: Paddy Walsh
- Head of Fundraising & PR: Louise Sullivan
- Head of Food Committee: Ann Marie Brennan
- Head of Training: Bill Watson
- Head of Support Committee: Aidan Harper
Keep an eye out for further updates, including fundraisers, training updates, charity information, registration opening, and lots more!! Also, if you of anyone you know think you would like to help out with PR/Fundraising/Food Committee, please contact the representative committee head(s), firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Galway Cycle via Facebook!
- Roxy will speak about training, both so far and what is to come
- A representative from DSI present outlining what exactly the money raised will go towards, and why we are in fact cycling to Galway and back!
There will also be a short support crew meeting afterwards.
That’s right, it’s quiz time again, and we’ll be holding our first quiz of the year in Brady’s of Maynooth on Tuesday January 26th!! Hit the event page below for the latest details, and to let us know if we’ll be seeing you there!
In other news, in spite of the chilly conditions this weekend past, GC 2016 training continued and saw a good group take to the roads around Maynooth on both Saturday and Sunday: