Marking its 30th anniversary in 2019, Peter McVerry Trust’s Wexford Cycle is one of the longest running charity cycles in Ireland.
This year, the event takes place on Saturday, September 14th 2019, and will see over 400 cyclists get on their bikes as they make their way along the route from Dublin to Wexford. To mark the 30th anniversary cyclists can choose from two route options, the traditional 135km route or the newly added 100km route.
Please note if you register for the 100km option, you and your bike will be transferred by bus from the lunch stop along the route and you will then finish the cycle into Wexford.
Since its beginnings, the Wexford Cycle has ensured that Peter McVerry Trust can continue to provide support, advice and crucial services to people experiencing homelessness.
Route update: Following recent communication with An Garda Síochána and Wexford County Council, Peter McVerry Trust has been advised that the Wexford Cycle should not use the (R741) after Inch. The new route will bring us down the R772, finishing in White’s Hotel in Wexford. The route is available to view here. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation on this matter. Should you have any questions please call +353 (0)1 823 0776.