Tour De Munster!
RedFM are proud media partners for the 2014 Tour De Munster cycle. The Tour starts on Thursday August 4th in Waterford, making it's way through Tipperary, Limerick, Clare, Kerry and finishing up in Cork city on Sunday August 10th. It will see over 120 amateur cyclists cycle over 600km around the six counties of Munster, in aid of beneficiary for the 5th year in a row - Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI Munster branches). Cycling legend Seán Kelly who will be joining the cyclists for his 9th year, said “I’m honored to be associated with the Tour de Munster cycle event and it’s something I look forward to every August, meeting up with old friends and new along the four day cycle. It’s now in its 14th year, which shows the tenacity and determination of all of those involved to make it a continued success”. For up to date information and developments on the Tour please log onto www.tourdemunster.com or you can follow the Tour on twitter @tourdemunster. For further information on Down Syndrome Ireland please see www.downsyndrome.ie RedFM wish everyone involved the very best of luck!
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