DORNAN RAS MUMHAN 2024 – Stages Unveiled

The Dornan Ras Mumhan 2024 is set to redefine cycling excitement with an innovative five-stage race format. The inclusion of an 8km Team Time Trial (TTT) as the opening stage adds a thrilling dimension to this year’s edition, promising a hectic assault on the roads of Kerry and Cork this Easter. Headquarters will be at the River Island Hotel in Castleisland . The introduction of the Team Time Trial as the opener will revolutionize team preparations, setting the stage for a high-stakes battle. Marginal gains from Stage 1 in the TT are anticipated to agitate the adrenaline, ensuring an electrifying start to this year’s Dornan Ras Mumhan.

Stage 1A – Team Time Trial (TTT)
Date: Friday, March 29th
Start: Currow
Finish: Castleisland
First Team Off: 12:00 noon

Rás Mumhan – Stage 1A (TTT)

Stage 1B – Road Race (RR)
Date: Friday, March 29th
Start: Castleisland
Finish: Knocknagoshel
Distance: 70km
Start Time: 4:00 PM

Rás Mumhan – Stage 1B (RR)

Stage 2 – Road Race (RR)
Date: Saturday, March 30th
Start: Killarney
Finish: Sneem
Distance: 114km
Start Time: 10:00 AM

Rás Mumhan – Stage 2 (RR)

Stage 3 – Road Race (RR)
Sliabh Luachra Stage
Date: Sunday, March 31st
Distance: 115km
Start Time: 11:00 AM

Rás Mumhan – Stage 3 (RR)

Stage 4 – Road Race (RR)
Date: Monday, April 1st
Start: Killorglin
Finish: Killorglin
Distance: 113km,Start Time: 10.00

Rás Mumhan – Stage 4 (RR)

Further details on specific routes, elevation profiles, and additional event information will be provided in upcoming releases. Race Director John Breen is content with the preparation so far for this year’s Dornan Ras Mumhan and reiterates the importance of all those who volunteer their time for the love of cycling .
The Dornan Ras Mumhan 2024 is poised to be an unmissable cycling spectacle, blending tradition with change. Watch this space for in-depth details and prepare for a cycling experience built on tradition.

Scroll to Top