All Those Essential Details
Nothing beats the sheer freedom of being out on the open road. But to get the most out of your ride be sure to familiarise yourself with all the need-to-know info before heading off for the day. From starting times to road rules and everything in between – you’ll find all the ‘house rules’ below. And if you’re making a booking for someone else – please share these details with them.
Where to Park
Complimentary parking will be available for all cyclists in Barefield, Eircode: V95 N293. Please follow the signage upon arrival for guidance.
Information regarding camper vans and campers will be shared closer to the event date. Stay tuned for updates!
EVENT SIGN IN
Are you ready to register for the 2024 Tour de Burren? Click the link here to register for the Tour de Burren!
EVENT SIGN IN will take place in Barefield Community Hall, Eircode: V95 FD28 on:
Friday, June 21st: 4pm – 8pm
Location: Marquee, Barefield
Can’t make it Friday evening? No problem!
Sign in will also be open on Saturday, June 22nd from 7am – 8:30am.
Paper-Free Registration: We have adopted a paper-free registration process to minimize our environmental footprint. All registrations are conducted electronically, eliminating the need for printed materials. All you need do is provide your name and you will be given a wrist band to wear for the duration of the event. You will be asked to show your wrist band for refreshments and food stops entry, ice cream at the finish and to receive your special Tour de Burren keepsake.
Booking reference numbers, bar codes or paper tickets are not required for registration.
When the Event Starts
|The Wild Burren Way 160km
|The Aillwee 110km
|The Giants Playground 75km
|Dromore Family Spin 22km
|There may be showers throughout the day so take extra care on the road and come prepared.
|Cycle the route for which you are registered by following the directional signage which is clearly marked in YELLOW AND BLACK. Please be alert to each sign.
|There will be NO roads closed but you should expect delays on all approach roads to Barefield.
|There will be water stops throughout all routes.
To keep you fed and watered on the 160km and 110km you will be offered refreshments at Ballyvaughan.
Please note there will be a refreshment stop in Carron on the 75km route.
Please remember you will need to show your wrist band to claim your free refreshments.
|Please be aware it is your own responsibility to make sure your bike is in good working condition. Double check it before you leave home and bring spare tubes and other essentials with you. There is no bike mechanic or bike shop on any of the event routes.