Update: This event has been cancelled due to the bad weather

Scott-Orwell Wheelers are proud to promote the first of several audax for 2018, the Dublin/Meath/Kildare 200km on Sunday 4th March.

There's more information on the Audax Ireland page or see below.

7:00am is the start time and the time limit is 13.5 hours, e.g. to finish before 8:30 pm.

This Audax is a beginner friendly route aimed at first-timers. Navigation is (mostly) as straightforward as could be, and the route could almost be called “Flattest possible 200” if it weren’t for a number of short sharp lumps on the approach to the finish.

The route starts and finishes at Joe Daly Cycles; it is a total of 208.03 km and has a total ascent of 957.86m and has a maximum elevation of 202.38 m.

To Enter

Closing date for registration is 23rd Feb and we are limiting it to 100 entries.

Entry Fee is €5, plus PayPal fee. Please add €5 for optional ACP or Audax Ireland Medal if required.

  1. Please send your details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (including the details of your payment)
  2. To pay, please send via PayPal to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You must pay the PayPal fee yourself.

Using PayPal

Please remember to send the payment using the "Sending to friends and family" option to begin with.

If you pay using PayPal and you have credit or your PayPal account is linked directly to your bank account - that is perfect and we should receive the full fee and it won't cost you an additional charge.

For other scenarios e.g. using a PayPal / debit card combination please check out the link below: www.paypal.com/ie/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_display-fees-outside


Please note an Audax is a self-supported event, i.e. no support car on route.

For Orwell members, if you are interested in signing up, please see the forum thread. There is always a big turnout from Orwell members - with lots of pace options from white to red.

On behalf of the Audax organising team, Ken and Colin


Post the Midlands 300 in Joe's last July