Thanks to everyone who supported the Armagh SpinOff and to the local communities who made it such a success.

Registration is now open for the 2017 Cycle Against Suicide which will take place between Sunday, April 23rd and Saturday, May 6th, 2017. Join us for one day or all fourteen and help break the cycle of suicide on the island of Ireland.

Check out the route map HERE

Register for the main Cycle HERE

What’s a ‘SpinOff’?
A Cycle Against Suicide ‘SpinOff’ is a locally organised spin that takes place on the third Saturday of every month after the main Cycle ends. The events are locally organised, owned by the community and championed by Cycle Against Suicide ‘local leaders.’ A SpinOff has all the colour, energy and fun of the annual Cycle but is packed into a single day. Entertainment, refreshments and of course a mental well-being event takes place before and after the cycle.

*** NO REPRODUCTION FEE *** DUBLIN : 7/5/2016 : Cycle Against Suicide calls on new Health Minister, Simon Harris T.D. to prioritise Mental Health, as 30 people take their lives by suicide in two weeks. On the final day of Cycle Against Suicide, as participants prepare to cycle from Arklow, Co. Wicklow to Dublin's Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, the mental health charity called on Simon Harris T.D., the new Minister for Health, to reverse the previous government's decision to divert mental health funds, and highlighted the shocking fact, that 30 people have died by suicide since the cycle departed Phoenix Park, just two weeks ago. Cycle Against Suicide is calling on the new government to prioritise mental health, with Founder, Jim Breen, highlighting the growing need for meaningful supports in towns and communities everywhere. Pictured were participants at the final stage of Cycle Against Suicide charity cycle travelling through Newcastle, Co Wicklow. Picture Conor McCabe Photography. MEDIA CONTACT : Jenny O’ Meara M: 087 611 9296   E: jomeara1986@gmail.com