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Route And Time Schedule Stage 4
Stage 4 Castleisland To Castletownbere 142kms

Stage 4 is equally gruelling, with the 142 kilometre race from Castleisland to Castletownbere covering some of the toughest roads in Cork and Kerry. The route includes the stunning second category climb of Ladies View, the similarly-ranked Molls Gap, the Tousist (category 3),Knockanoughanish (category 2) and the first category showdown on the Healy Pass, just half an hour from the finish line. More>>>


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Route And Time Schedule Stage 5
Stage 5 Castletownbere To Blarney 156kms

Stage 5 heads from Castletownbere to Blarney, with the 156 kilometre route beginning with a quartet of third category mountain primes, then ramping up over the second category climbs of Moskeagh and Windy Gap. The latter comes 25.3 kilometres from the end of the stage and will certainly set up a tremendously exciting finish in Blarney. More>>>


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Route And Time Schedule Stage 6
Stage 6 Blarney To Tramore 172kms

Stage 6 will be a very nervous one, covering six category three ascents on the 172 kilometres between Blarney and Tramore, and concluding with an uphill finish on Main Street. More>>>


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Route And Time Schedule Stage 7
Stage 7 Tramore To Kildare 161kms

More edgy racing is guaranteed on the penultimate stage between Tramore and Kildare, with the 157 kilometres taking in the category two slopes of Brown Mountain plus the category one climb of Clogrennane. It is continuously up and down, and could provoke a change in the race leadership heading into the final day. More>>>


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Route And Time Schedule Stage 8
Stage 8 Kildare To Skerries 133kms

At 133 kilometres, the race between Kildare and Skerries is the shortest of the eight stages, but the five category three climbs it features will keep things up in the air. The Hill of Allen comes very early on and could provoke a long break, then later the riders will tackle the ascents of Pluckhimin, Cross of the Cage, plus the Black Hills climb on each of the two 13.8 kilometre finishing circuits in Skerries. As ever a huge crowd is anticipated at the seaside town, providing a fitting finale after eight days of battle. More>>>


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