Tour De County – July Miracle Miles
Every day patients from every county in Ireland come through the doors of our hospitals. Some will arrive by ambulance for urgent treatment, others are long term patients, others come into A&E and even more will be attending for ongoing critical treatment. All will need the world class medical support and tender, round-the-clock care your support helps to deliver.
But we urgently need to raise funds so we can continue support the miracles that happen daily in our hospitals.
Tour De County is a fun way of involving everyone who likes/loves cycling to clock up miracle miles to support the little heroes in our Hospitals’. So this July we are calling on you to get on your bike and challenge yourself to cycle Miracle Miles to support the miracles that happen daily in CHI Crumlin and CHI Temple Street.
So if you have a bike get on it and cycle and clock up miracle miles within your county or surrounding areas – restrictions permitting!!! We are asking all Cyclists to get involved – new or seasoned, casual or serious, clubs, club members, families, friends and colleagues.
JULY MIRACLE MILES – Will you join in the fun?
By CYCLING and raising funds you are joining an incredible group of people to help our young patients and their families when they need it most. Thank You.
SO WHATS SUITS YOU? –
- Mini miracle miles – For all our young cyclists your challenge is to clock up 50km (or do 50 miles with a km conversion) in July (1.6km a day).
- Magical miracle miles – For all you newbies or casual cyclists get out and challenge yourself to cycle 500 km in July (16 km a day).
- Major miracle miler – Are you a real enthusiast, a seasoned pro? Well then your target is to cycle 1,000km in July (32 a day).
- You can clock up your miles on your app of choice to show your progress and share with others.
Anyone who registers their Tour De County – Miracle Mile Challenge will be given free entry into our draw for some amazing prizes!
Our Tour De County Team will be with you for every step of the way as we clock up Miracle miles in July and support the miracles that happen daily in our Hospitals.
Email email@example.com and we would be delighted to help in any way we can.
Cycling is a fun activity for the entire family, and it's a life long skill that will stand to children into adulthood. It's also important to remember to take necessary safety precautions like wearing a safety helmet, cycling on paths and in parks, in particular for children, and avoid taking unnecessary risks. Click the following link to read the Road Safety Authority's advice and tips on cycling safe: https://www.rsa.ie/en/RSA/Pedestrians-and-Cyclists/Cycling-safety/