Cyclists gearing up for charity Tour de Leinster

By Esther Hayden

Published 28/07/2015 | 00:00

Sean Kelly and Roz Purcell, along with 10 year old Ross Brett from Bray, launched this year's charity cycle Tour de Leinster.
Sean Kelly and Roz Purcell, along with 10 year old Ross Brett from Bray, launched this year's charity cycle Tour de Leinster.

This year's Down Syndrome Ireland charity cycle will take in the beautiful scenery of Wexford.

The charity cycle which was launched last week by Sean Kelly and Roz Purcell is calling on cyclists to saddle up for the Tour de Leinster charity challenge which begins on September 24 and continues over four days until September 27.

Starting in Dublin city, the route takes the cyclists on a quick visit to Naas before crossing the Wicklow Gap and heading south through Arklow, Gorey and on to Wexford. On day 2, cyclists will take on the epic Mount Leinster and visit counties Kilkenny, Carlow and Laois. For up to date information on the Tour please log ontowww.tourdeleinster.ie.

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