*2021 edition cancelled because of ongoing Covid restrictions. The Tour will return on Saturday 28 May 2022.*
The first of three events in the annual SKODA Celtic Series, the SKODA Tour de Conamara 2021 will be held on Saturday 29th May 2021 starting and finishing in Clifden, Connemara.
The event offers participants the choice of 140km or 80km routes (view routes) and will travel through some of the finest coastal, lakelands, valleys and mountainous landscape in Ireland.
SKODA Tour de Conamara will supply participants with an exclusive event gift if you register before the end of January. The 2017 event gift will be revealed in the coming weeks. We also have some great monthly draws for cycling prizes for those who register early including weekends away, cycling clothing, energy products and nutrition consultations.
The entry fee for the event is €48 per cyclist. If you are not a member of Cycling Ireland you will have to pay for a day licence. This is a €5 fee payable to Cycling Ireland. The entry fee is subject to online booking charges.
Your 2021 registration fee will include:
- ŠKODA Cycling gift* subject to early bird entries
- Access to on route feed stations
- Access to on route refuel stations
- Bike and medical back up supports
- Finishers Medal
- Finishers BBQ & Cyclists Massage Area
- Entry to draws for great cycling prizes
- ŠKODA Pasta party with bike mechanic for final bike tune ups
- A great day out in Connemara!
- First event to complete the ŠKODA Triple Crown
At a Glance
- 29 May 2021 8:30am
- Tickets TBA
- *Cancelled* Skoda Tour de Conamara*Cancelled* Skoda Tour de ConamaraConnemara, Co. Galway, Ireland
- Up to 140 km (87 miles)
- From 48.00 EUR
- 1500 Riders
REGISTRATION / WAITING LIST
Registration is now closed as the event is full and the waiting list is closed. As a gesture to those who signed up on the waiting list, they will be provided with an opportunity to register for the 2018 event ahead of the public registration along with this years participants with the pre registration is opened before the 1st January.