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At the launch of 2016 Cycle Against Suicide were Cycle Against Suicide ambassadors Irish actress Charlene McKenna and rugby pundit Brent Pope with Cycle Against Suicide volunteer Clara Hickey from Clonshaugh. Photo: Conor McCabe Photography

At the launch of 2016 Cycle Against Suicide were Cycle Against Suicide ambassadors Irish actress Charlene McKenna and rugby pundit Brent Pope with Cycle Against Suicide volunteer Clara Hickey from Clonshaugh. Photo: Conor McCabe Photography

At the launch of 2016 Cycle Against Suicide were Cycle Against Suicide ambassadors Irish actress Charlene McKenna and rugby pundit Brent Pope with Cycle Against Suicide volunteer Clara Hickey from Clonshaugh. Photo: Conor McCabe Photography

Irish actress Charlene McKenna and rugby pundit Brent Pope were on hand to help launch the 2016 Cycle Against Suicide yesterday.

Now in its fourth year, this year's cycle will travel more than 1,100km around the island of Ireland over 14 days, beginning in Dublin on April 24 and finishing back in the capital on May 7.

There are many ways to become involved, including cycling for a leg, a day, a weekend or the whole 14 days; offering support as a volunteer; or registering as a homestay provider and hosting a cyclist as they pass through your community. For more information, visit www.cycleagainstsuicide.com.

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