ENTRY FEE £20 ONLINE / £25 ON THE DAY

22/45/71 Mile leisure CYCLE

2017
King & queen of the Mountain
Lough Navar

Due to the popularity of the Culcaigh Boardwalk and with cyclist safety in mind we have decided to divert all cyclists from the Marlbank section of the planned 75 mile route. Instead of turning right onto the Marlbank Rd  the route will continue along the Marble Arch Rd towards Florencecourt.

We will have marshals in place to divert any cyclists on the day  and the Garmin link will also be updated.
It is regrettable that we have had to take this action but we feel safety is paramount.

GET ON YOUR BIKE

SATURDAY 20.05.2017

Get on your bike, get fit and help raise some much needed funds for charity.

Join us for a fun, challenging day cycling around Fermanagh this spring. Choose from 22 / 45 or 71 mile leisure cycle, starting and finishing at Severfield (NI) in Ballinamallard. Open to all ages & abilities. Free t-shirts, refreshments and food at finish for all cyclists.

REGISTER ONLINE NOW

REGISTRATION

REGISTER ON THE DAY FROM 8.30AM CYCLE STARTS AT 9AM

It is preferable for all cyclists to register online before Thursday 18th May.

Starting & Finishing at Severfield (NI) in Ballinamallard, all cyclists whether registered online or on the morning of the event, should make their way to the Office to pick up their timing chip and event t-shirt and also any other information they may need for the day.

DOWNLOAD ENTRY PACK REGISTER

SCHEDULE

8.30 AM

71 Mile Registration

8.30 AM -

9:00AM

71 Mile Start45 Mile Registration

9:00AM -

10:00 AM

45 Mile Start
22 Mile Registration

10:00 AM -

10:30AM

22 Mile Start

10:30AM -

RAISING FUNDS IN AID OF

EVENT SPONSORS

OTHER INFO

TOILETS & CHANGING FACILITIES

Toilets for participants will be available in a few locations throughout the course, view the entry pack for more details of their locations.

BICYCLE PARKING

Participants will be able to make use of the bicycle racks provided on site at Severfield both before and after the event if they so wish.

ROUTE MARKINGS

Once you set off from the start line the route will be marked with the use of arrow signs which will direct you around the course.

LAKELAND BIKES

Lakeland Bicycles in Enniskillen will be hosting a pop-up stall on the day of the event. Participants of the Fisher Cycle Challenge will have the opportunity to buy any last minute essentials.

AT THE FINISH LINE

At the finish line (same position as the start line) make sure you cross the line so your time is recorded.

RIDER TIMES

Rider times will be posted on a screen at finish area during the event.

EVENT PHOTOGRAPHY

Photographs of the event will be posted online via the event’s Facebook page

MARSHALS

There will be marshals (wearing fluorescent vests) located on the route in vehicles, motorbikes and at stationary posts.

LOST PROPERTY

If you find a piece of lost property please hand it to an event marshal/staff at Event HQ.

Accommodation & Training

Download our PDF for information and links on training and
accommodation to help you attend the 2017 Fisher Cycle Challenge.

King and Queen of the
mountain challenge

The King & Queen of the Mountain Challenge is open to all 71 mile participants.

This area will be sign posted to say ‘King & Queen of the Mountain Start’.

Nearing the end of the challenge a sign will read ‘500m to finish’. The end of the challenge is just before the viewpoint.

Please note that this route is open to the public and there may be cars on it, however it is a one way system.

The feed station is situated up at the viewpoint – from the challenge finish point to the viewpoint there is a two way traffic system in operation;
please exercise caution.

The Forest Drive will be well marshaled and signposted. Anyone with difficulties should contact one of the marshals and assistance will be sent as required.

SEVERFIELD NI LTD

Formerly Fisher Engineering

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