Do you want to cycle to Euro 2016 and raise money for charity? The FAI-Mustard Seed Euro Cycle are looking for cyclists to undertake the trip from the Aviva Stadium to the Stade de France this June.
Around 130 cyclists will arrive just in time to go to the first Ireland match, Ireland Vs Sweden, in the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament.
Mustard Seed Communities is a charity dedicated to caring for disabled and abandoned children in Jamaica, Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic and Zimbabwe. All proceeds raised through the Dublin2Paris cycle will go directly to the charity. The event organisers hope to raise €300,000 to fund the building and operations of a school at a Mustard Seed Communities ‘Little Angels’ project in Zimbabwe, at Woodville, Bulawayo.
The Dublin2Paris cycle offers participants two route options to the Euro’s from a duration and difficulty level stand point. Full route information can be found on www.Dublin2Paris.com.
For further information on the charity, head to www.mustardseedireland.ie.