Wicklow 200 will take place on Sunday 9th June 2024.
Registration for Wicklow 200 2024 will open later in the year.
PLEASE NOTE: The Start/Finish is located at Bray Emmets GAA Club.
Bray Emmets GAA, Old Connaught Ave, Old Connaught, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Before you start Wicklow 200, you will need to pick up your pack at registration. You do not need to ‘sign-in’ on the day of the event.
Registration 2024 will be at:
Cycle Superstore D24 AW96
Friday 7th June 4pm-7.30pm
Saturday 8th June 10am-3pm
Bray Emmets GAA Club A98 NP03
Sunday 9th June 5.30am-6.30am
Please bring your confirmation email with QR code to pick up your race pack. If you can’t find this email our registration team will be able to assist you.
You can collect your goody bag during any of the Registration/Pack Collection sessions.
Bray Emmets GAA Club in Bray, Co Wicklow which offers ample parking for entrants. On the morning you may also be directed to park at St Gerard’s School which is less than 1km from the start line.
NOTE: There is no parking available in local housing estates or on the road outside the venue.
Arrive early. There may be some delays as you leave the motorway. We will do everything in our power to keep everyone moving.
First-Aid will be provided on the day by the Red Cross. If you do experience a medical emergency phone the Medical Helpline number which is on your bike number. Give clear and precise information on the nature of the injury and where the casualty is located and give your contact number.
Everybody is expected to bring the basics with them on the day i.e. Puncture repair kit, spare tube, pump and tyre levers.
It is strongly advised that you know how to fix a simple puncture as this could save you a lot of waiting time on the day.
There will be mechanical service vehicles on both routes during the day.
If you encounter a problem that you are unable to sort yourself phone the Mechanical helpline number which will be printed on your bike number.
Please give clear and precise information on the nature of the problem, where you are located and give your contact number.
The coordinator will inform the nearest backup team to assist you but please understand that they may take some considerable time to reach you. It is strongly advised that you have a full service carried out on your bike before the event.
Valleymount GAA (200km) &
Laragh GAA (100km & 200km)
YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR WRISTBAND TO ACCESS FOOD STATIONS.
Please Note: Refreshments will also be waiting for you at the finish line.
As well as water being available at the food stations there are also two water stops on mountain summits
Riders are encouraged to enjoy their surroundings without environmental impact
PLEASE BRING YOUR LITTER BACK TO THE FINISH AREA.
After you cross the finish line (and catch your breath!), you can proceed to the clearly marked Medal Collection Area to collect your medal.
There will be refreshments for all participants.
Bray Emmetts GAA