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By: Sorrento Cycling Club  05/12/2011
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Dying Sow 300k 06.00hrs
Dying Cow 200k 08.00hrs
Dying Sparrow 160k 09.00hrs

The first control at 41k will be a side of the road control with light refreshments,water and brevet card stamping.

The control at Hacketstown will be on the main street in the community centre and will be a sit down control with refreshments,tea/coffee,water,brevet card stamping and toilet facilities.

After this the 2 longer events will part company with the 160k.The 300k participants will have to provide proof of passage for the next control at Leighlinbridge.The final control at Meeeting of the Waters may also be unmanned but if help is sufficient on the day I will endeavour to man this control.

All riders must have insurance but anyone without this can purchase a Cycling Ireland day licence on the day for 10 euros.

All 200/300k finishers can order an Audax Club Parisien medal for 5 euros if they wish.

Please note anyone intending to ride the 300 route that this is a fairly challenging route and last year participants were out for 16hrs and upwards.Thus lights are essential and anyone failing to carry lights at the start will not be allowed ride.Irrespective of what the weather may be on the day it will be cold for the first and last few hours so please dress appropriately.

Anyone requiring further information please contact organiser;

Paul O’Donoghue, 12 Tinnapark, Kilpedder, Co. Wicklow

There may be some changes posted to the final route sheet.

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