Willow Wheelers 2022 Charity Cycle!

We are delighted to be back to our full 100 Mile Cycle in 2022, raising funds to provide much needed emergency relief for our supported projects in developing countries.

Your safety is our highest priority. All cyclists must respect and strictly comply with the public health guidelines and other restrictions in force.  It will be very important that each cyclist takes full responsibility for their own safety as this is not possible for the Club and our junior members will need appropriate adult supervision, preferably within the same family where possible.

We can make a real difference and provide emergency relief to help improve the lives of those who are most profoundly affected during this time of crisis. You can read about some of our previous WW Mission Trips by clicking here.

All donations, whether you cycle or not, will be gratefully received!

Willow Wheelers Charity Donation

Willow Wheelers Charity Donation

  1. Donate through our website
  2. Please contact any member of the Committee or send an email to contact@willowwheelers.ie for bank details
  3. Cash or Cheque payable to “Willow Wheelers Mission Fund” can be delivered c/o “Willow Wheelers” to Blackrock College or Willow Park School.

You can get your 2022 “Sponsor a Spoke” card from Christy McDaid – Design credit to Rooney Media Graphics Limited:  Willow Wheelers 33rd Sponsor Card

We are very grateful for all your support. If you have any questions please contact any of the Committee, your WhatsApp group leaders or email contact@willowwheelers.ie.

Willow Wheelers Charity Donation

Willow Wheelers Charity Donation

The 100 Mile Cycle course scheduled on Sunday 1st May 2022 (unchanged from 2019 route) is accessible as follows:

A briefing presentation prepared by Lead Marshals Rachel Brown and Keith Mangan for the 100 Mile Cycle and was delivered to marshals and support team at 7pm in the Willow Cafeteria, Willow Park School on Wednesday 27 April.

Final marshals and support team briefing takes place at 8am at Blackrock College on the morning of the event.

Marshals presentation is here: WW 2022 100M Marshals and Drivers Briefing 27.04.22


The exact route varies over the years, but typically, the route and shape of the day (times are approximate) is as follows:

  • 7:30am Mass in Blackrock College, followed by tea and biscuits in the teachers’ dining room
  • 8:10am Submit registration form and sign-on (non-Cycling Ireland members must pay one-day-membership-fee of €10)
  • 8:30am Departure from Blackrock College
  • 9:15am Pheonix Park
  • 11:15am Trim
  • 1:15pm Kinnegad (Lunch) (80km) – Depart by 2:30pm
  • 4:30pm Maynooth (joined by former club members)
  • 18:30 Topaz Garage, near Rathfarnam Shopping Centre  (joined by fifth form members)
  • 19:30 Arrive back to Blackrock College  (160km)

Enjoy your cycles, have fun and feel free to share photos of your cycles on Willow Wheelers’ Facebook and Twitter.

Christy McDaid & Willow Wheelers Committee