UL Buildings and Estates leading the way in Limerick in the European Cycling Challenge

A team of individuals largely made up of UL Buildings and Estates Staff were this week rewarded for topping the Limerick leaderboard in week 1 of the European Cycling Challenge.

Photo 1 UL Buildings and Estates ECC Leaderboard Toppers Week 1Pictured left to right are Kieran Tuite, John O’Neill, Seán Collins, Ross Higgins, Liz Gabbett and Chris Fogarty.

The European Cycling Challenge is a month-long urban cyclists challenge aimed at commuter cyclists in the Limerick Metropolitan Area – only kilometers covered within this area count. The challenge runs from the 1st – 31st May 2016.

Limerick Metropolitan Area Boundary

The Smarter Travel section of Limerick City and County Council are coordinating the challenge in Limerick which is only one of two Irish cities taking part in the event (the other  city being Dublin). Urban cyclists across Limerick clocked up 810km in the first week alone.

Particular kudos goes to Liz Gabbett (ULSU) was individually rewarded for being the female who recorded the most mileage in Limerick in the first week of the challenge.

Photo 3 Top Female Cyclist Limerick European Cycling Challenge Week 1

Liz received a goody bag packed with Limerick Smarter Travel goodies and a one-for-all voucher. Liz posed with some of her team mates after being presented with her prize.


UL Buildings and Estates Team European Cycling Challenge Leaderboard Photo 2 Toppers Week 1



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