Entries open this morning for Ireland's biggest road sportive, the Wicklow 200.

2023 sees revised routes and the addition of a new 150km option.

For more details and to enter, visit www.wicklow200.ie.

Entries are open for the Wicklow 200.
Entries are open for the Wicklow 200.

Established in 1982, the Wicklow 200 is based just south of Dublin in Bray, County Wicklow.

It's a firm favourite with Irish and international cyclists, attracted by the challenge of a 200km route that takes in many of the most iconic climbs in Ireland's 'Garden County'.

The 40th edition of the Wicklow 200 will take place on Sunday the 11th of June 2023. The shorter Wicklow 100 Challenge takes place on the same day, and shares most of its route with the Wicklow 200.

Organisers have announced a new 150km route for 2023, details will be revealed in January.

Registration for all three distances costs €85 and places are expected to sell out fast.

Enter now via the event website at www.wicklow200.ie.

Read our report on the 2019 Wicklow 200:

> Ride report: Andy takes on Ireland's Wicklow 200 sportive >