EVENTS WE SUPPORT 

 
In addition to our own sporting events, we also provide planning and logistical support to a number of others. 
 
With access to an experienced team of volunteers, and with links to a number of community based organisations, we can add value in many ways. 

 EQUIPMENT HIRE 

Community Multisport offers a wide range of event equipment for hire. This includes a modular swim ramp, bike racking, PA system, signage, podium, gazebos etc. 
 
All can be delivered, assembled and removed as part of a package to ease the workload on event organisers. 

EVENTS WE HAVE SUPPORTED 

Big Italian Bike Ride 

The first running of the Big Italian Bike Ride was in 2014 to celebrate the Giro d'Italia's visit to Northern Ireland. Two weeks before the professionals hit the roads of County Antrim, 1200 people took part in an Iconic Cycling Event. 
 
Community Multisport assisted with the planning, logistics and delivery on the day. 
 
The 2015 edition will take place on Sunday 3rd May, with riders heading south this year on a tour of County Down. We'll be there again providing support. 

Lisburn Triathlon 

The City of Lisburn Triathlon takes place on Sunday 9th August 2015. Community Multisport will once again be providing bike racking, signage, static marshals and motorcycle marshals. 
 
This event offers a great entry point to triathlon for those who are new to the sport. 

Etape Mourne 

Another collaboration between Pioneer Group and Chain Reaction Cycles and another in the Iconic Cycling Events series, Etape Mourne has been providing riders with a real test of their climbing skills for a few years now. It doesn't get any easier! 
 
The 2015 event is based in Castlewellan and Community Multisport will once again be providing planning services, race hardware and motorcycle safety marshals. 

Mud Madness 

Mud Madness 

This event just keeps on growing and growing, with nearly 1000 people taking part in April 2015. Due to demand, another dirty day is planned at Foymore Lodge on Sunday 13th September 2015. 
 
Over the last few years this event has raised an amazing £130,000 for Marie Curie Cancer Care.