2 September 2016

A presentation night was held recently at the Bantry Bay Hotel from the 2016 Wild Atlantic Mizen Cycle. In total €13000 was divided between the 4 beneficiaries:
€5000 – Bantry Hospice
€3000 – West Cork Down Syndrome Support Group
€2000 – Ray Murnane Rehabilitation Fund
€3000 – Schull Community Inshore Rescue Service

Thanks to Stephen O’ Donovan for the use of the room for the evening and once again thanks to all to participated and helped in any way on the day of the cycle.

Photos are available on our Facebook page.

25 July 2016

We are delighted to announce that €13000 will be divided between the four beneficiaries of this years cycle. A presentation night will be organised in the next few weeks to hand over the money.

Once again we would like to thank everyone who cycled, volunteered and helped out in any way.

Next years cycle will take place on Saturday 8th July 2017.

13 July 2016

We would like to sincerely thank all our all sponsors, media partners and all the volunteers both on the day and in the days leading up to the event for helping make last Saturday such a success.

6 July 2016

On-line Registration has now closed.

An email will be sent to everyone who has registered online containing route maps, cue sheets, general information and maps showing locations of the food stops tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon.

Late entries will be accepted at Bantry Fire Station from 7pm to 8.30pm on Friday evening and from 7am to 8.30am on Saturday morning. To enable us to plan food/marshals etc. please text 086-8395809 by midday on Friday to let us know if you intend registering then. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to give late entrants one of the super Roycrofts Water-bottles, but we will be delighted to see you!

12 February 2016

The West Cork Emergency Services & Friends Charity Cycle is now called “The Wild Atlantic Mizen Cycle”. The event will be held on Saturday the 9th July 2016.

See the stunning scenery of West Cork by cycling the Wild Atlantic Way around the Mizen and Sheeps Head Peninsulas. There are two routes, 130k and 100k, starting and finishing in Bantry.

The Wild Atlantic Mizen Cycle is organised by the West Cork Emergency Services & Friends, primarily made up of members of An Garda Síochána, Cork County Fire Service, HSE Ambulance Service, West Cork Civil Defence, The Red Cross and The Irish Coastguard. The Cycle is run to raise funds for local charities; with the help of our many Sponsors we ensure that practically every cent raised goes to the charities.

Beneficiaries of this years cycle are:
Bantry Hospice Project
The Ray Murnane Rehab Fund
West Cork Down Syndrome Support Group
Schull Community Inshore Rescue Service

Registration will be opening in the next few days via our Facebook page and also via this website.

3 February 2016

Some big changes are on the way for this years cycle. A brand new route is one of the changes. The date of the 9th July stays the same. Details will be announced very shortly.

Now in its 20th year,
the Wild Atlantic Mizen Cycle
has already raised over


for local West Cork Charities