Are you up for the challenge?Wild Myeloma Way Cycle 2019

Multiple Myeloma Ireland is the only charitable organisation in Ireland focused exclusively on supporting Multiple Myeloma patients, families and carers.

As a voluntary organisation we do everything we can to help patients, and their support network, to get a better understanding of their disease, and to ensure all patients get access to the best possible information, support, care, and treatment. Raising awareness about Multiple Myeloma is core to what we do, and it is a strategic imperative for our organisation.

As part of this campaign I am delighted to be able to share with you details of the inaugural Multiple Myeloma Ireland ‘Wild Myeloma Way Cycle‘ that will take place on September 6th and 7th this year. The Multiple Myeloma Ireland ‘Wild Myeloma Way Cycle‘ is a two-day road cycling event taking riders across the stunning landscape of the Wild Atlantic Way, across Galway and Mayo in our inaugural year.

Participants will be a coming together of Health Care Professionals, Multiple Myeloma Patients and families, Pharmaceutical industry members, and the general public. It promises to be an exhilarating, but challenging event, dedicated to raising awareness about Multiple Myeloma.

The ‘Wild Myeloma Way Cycle‘ will be a professionally run event with full support crew, motorcycle outriders, mechanical backup and sports physios, as well as food and accommodation.

Are you up for the challenge…

2019 Myeloma CycleThe Route

Stage 1: Departing from Galway University Hospital the 100 km route will take in the beautiful Wild Atlantic Way passing areas of the “An Gealtacht” including Barna,An Spiddal and Carraroe .

The challenge of Carraroe to Roundstone will pale into significance with the breathtaking coastal scenery as the idyllic village of Ballconnelly leads to Clifden and end of Day 1

Stage 2: 95 km Departing Clifden the undulating route of greenery and scenery will take in the stunning fjorded peninsula of Killary harbour and through the village of Leenaun.

Beauty on both sides as crossing borders just means more beauty as we enter Mayo and the Delphi surroundings. On towards Louisburgh ,with the final leg of the journey taking us under the shadow of Croagh Patrick and finally winding through the streets of Westport.


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