Kick Start the Cycling Year on 23rd April 2017

The Western Lakes and Atlantic Challenge (WLAC) is a fun and challenging sportive cycling event with something for the family and a long distance cycle for the endurance athlete. The 144K route, which starts and ends in Salthill, Galway, takes the cyclists through Connemara, is the perfect goal for anyone who wants to get a long cycle done early in the year to set themselves up for a summer of racing, triathlon or recreational cycling.

Novice cyclists, fear not.

Support vehicles on the course ensure safety, and a mechanic will be on hand to give bikes a check-up beforehand to ensure you and your bike make it home.

  • 144km Cycle
  • 100km Cycle
  • 25km Cycle
  • 3.5km Family cycle

Pedal Out for Down Syndrome Galway and Galway Rape Crisis Centre

Entry fee and sponsorship will help fund Voices for Down Syndrome Galway and the Galway Rape Crisis Centre.
The two sports clubs involved, Galway Bay Cycling Club and Salthill Knocknacarra GAA Club, will use the event to help fund their juvenile sections.

Fundraising

We would encourage all cyclists to raise sponsorship for this event, either on-line, or request a sponsorship card when entering, or open an iDonate page for WLAC

Full event details, cycling routes, 2016 pictures, link to registration @ http://www.wlac.ie