Register for charity run

Team Hope is delighted to be chosen as a joint beneficiary for the “Fifteen to One Motorbike Run” together with The Cystic Fibrosis Association which will see bikers from 15 starting points around the country come together at Kilkenny Castle at 11am on August 27.

Team Hope is delighted to be chosen as a joint beneficiary for the “Fifteen to One Motorbike Run” together with The Cystic Fibrosis Association which will see bikers from 15 starting points around the country come together at Kilkenny Castle at 11am on August 27.

The event aims to raise as much money and awareness as possible for The Team Hope Christmas Shoebox Appeal and The Cystic Fibrosis Association charities by bringing bikers, biker buddies and enthusiasts alike together for what is expected to be a great Bike fest of motorcycle fun and entertainment for the whole family.

Interested bikers from Kilkenny and surrounding areas are invited to register on either Team Hope or Cystic Fibrosis web sites at a cost of €30 which will give automatic entry to the Bike Fest Show commencing locally in the magnificent Kilkenny Castle at 11am. The Show will exhibit Classic & Antique bikes from all over the country and participating bikers can also opt to display their own pride and joy in the show. Biking enthusiasts can ramble around, soak up the atmosphere, enjoy the show, have lunch or simply tuck into an ice-cream while supporting Team Hope and The Cystic Fibrosis Association. There will also be plenty of opportunity to win some great spot prizes including a brand new electric bike! At 3pm sharp, the more adventurous riders will set off on their bikes to Cork for a civic reception followed by an evening of top entertainment at a nominated city hotel - all included in the registration fee!

“This is a brilliant opportunity for people to get involved and raise awareness for The Team Hope Christmas Shoebox Appeal and other charities. With such a great event and plenty of motorcyclists in Ireland already registered, we are confident that the day will be a great success for all involved,” comments Niall Barry, Executive Director of Team Hope.