Ulster Cycling News

ChallengeHer Launched at the Moy

bSquare Wheels Cycle Club launches their annual ChallengeHer Cycle Sportive outside Tomney’s Moy Village for what promises to be a fun day of exercise, achievement, camaraderie and reward on Sunday 22nd May. All proceeds from the event will support Habitat for Humanity’s work, building strong communities in Northern Ireland and in Cambodia. 

Fancea McNally, Finance and Business Manager at Habitat for Humanity Northern Ireland explained the importance of this fundraising,We so much appreciate the support of ChallengeHer Cycle. The funds raised will make a big difference, supporting projects that uplift families by improving their living conditions and providing a solid foundation to build a better future.”  

There are two routes available; 30 miles and 50 miles starting at The Cathedral City of Armagh, heading through The Orchard Countryside towards Coalisland, Co. Tyrone, the Moy Village for lunch at Tomneys and looping around again back in Armagh to celebrate with a pasta party.  You'll see links to interactive maps of both routes and registration details at www.challengeher.net or visit our Facebook page: ChallengeHer Cycling Sportive.

Square Wheels Chairman Martin Conlon explained, “Our cycling club are proud to support ChallengeHer in raising much needed funds for Habitat for Humanity NI. By registering for this sportive you help yourself, healthwise and support Habitat NI’s long-term partnership with Habitat Cambodia which improves access to water and sanitation in rural communities.”

Although primarily aimed at women, we also welcome the participation of men. To find out more about the sportive visit: www.challengeher.net and to understand why we’re fundraising visit: www.habitatni.co.uk

Marian :Lamb UCN : marianlamb@ulstercyclingnews.com


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