The Tuesday and Sunday cycles have now come to an end but a number of events will be planned for Saturdays over the coming weeks.
Participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own actions and their own safety.
High visibility clothing, cycle helmets and front and rear lights are required.
Routes completed so far in 2017
April 11, Tipperary, Donaskeagh, 17km
April 18, Tipperary, Dundrum, 26km
April 25, Tipperary, Solohead, Monard, Limerick Junction, 21km
May 2, Tipperary, Rossadrehid, Bansha, 27km
May 9, Tipperary, Donohill, Cappawhite, Solohead, 33km
May 16, Tipperary, Bansha via back roads, Rossadrehid, 30km
May 23, Tipperary, Athassel Abbey, Golden, Knockavilla and Dundrum, 39km
May 30, Tipperary, Bansha, Rossadrehid, Coach Road, 27km
June 7, Tipperary, Athassel Abbey, Golden, Grantstown Castle, 31km
June 11, Waterford Greenway, Kilmacthomas to Dungarvan and back, 46km. Organised by Paddy Bourke.
June 13, Tipperary, Cullen, Oola, Ballyneety, Shronell, 32km
June 20, Tipperary, Limerick Junction, Monard, Solohead, Doon, Cappawhite, 41km
June 27, Tipperary, Donohill, Annacarty, 30km
July 4, Tipperary, Tankerstown Cross, Ballydavid, Bansha. All back roads. 34km
July 11, Tipperary, Athassel Abbey, Golden, Grantstown Castle, 31km
July 16, Tipperary, Pallasgreen, 38km
July 18, Tipperary, Cullen, Lattin, 28km
July 23, Tipperary, Cappawhite, Doon, 39km
July 25, Tipperary, Shronell, Lattin, Emly, Ballywire, Kilross, 30km
August 1, Tipperary, Bansha, Rossadrehid, 29km
August 8, Cahir, Old N8 to Glengarra, back through Burncourt, 30km
August 15, Lady Gregory pub, Cahir bypass, Knockgraffon, Ballycarron bridge, 26km
August 22, Tippperary, Newtown, Solohead, Monard, Limerick Junction, 22km
Total distance 707km