Wild Atlantic Way is the world’s longest defined coastal route and takes in some of the most stunning and dramatic scenery Ireland can offer. Satu has now completed her incredible cycle along the 2,500km stretch of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way and crossed the finish line in Kinsale, County Cork to a great celebration.
At the beginning of the final week Satu had set her targets on the finish line in Kinsale , County Cork as she left behind the beauty of Kenmare and the
Ring of Kerry. As like the previous 4 weeks of Ride Wild 2014 week 5 continued to provide Satu and friends with some difficult hills, mountain style climbs, marvelling crashing waves in the sunset and a smooth ride on Ireland’s only cable car to the island of Dursey.
As ever Satu displayed her Finnish charm with the locals in proudly sporting a Cork
GAA jersey but sadly had no time to pick up a hurl and sliotar but maybe next time.
On Friday September 5
th Satu cycled her final few kilometres into the town of Kinsale escorted by the Cork Airport police and was greeted heroically to the finish line of Ride Wild 2014 where the Cork locals, county Mayor Alan Coleman, celebrity chef Martin Shanahan from Fishy Fishy and representatives from Kinsale tourism, kinsale chamber, Cork Airport, Failte Ireland and the Trident Hotel Kinsale clapped Satu across the line. Fashionably late Satu and friends tucked into some fine seafood platter and drinks with the locals upon arrival.
Ride Wild 2014 was a remarkable achievement by Satu and we would to say a big comhghairdeas (Irish for congratulations) to Satu and all of her fellow cyclist's involved.
Read more about what else Satu got up to during the final week of #RideWild2014 on her blog
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