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Cycle Against Suicide to continue after death of marshal during the cycle on Wednesday

The cycle did not take place yesterday.

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CYCLE AGAINST SUICIDE have confirmed that the rest of this year’s cycle will go ahead after the death of a marshal during the event.

After the death on Wednesday, the cycle did not go ahead yesterday.

However it resumed today with a cycle into Belfast’s New City Life Centre.

Organisers say that “The Cycle will continue in memory of motorcycle marshal Brenawn O’Connell, with the full blessing of his family”.

This evening the peloton will cycle to Portadown before travelling on to Carlingford and Dundalk on Saturday.

On Sunday the Cycle will travel on to Skerries before finishing at the Garda Boat Club in Islandbridge Dublin.

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