It is with regret that Tir Chonnaill GAP announce that they have had to cancel this weekend's Mad March Hare Mtb event.
The Club held a meeting last night regarding the above event and due to the bad weather conditions (and the weather forecast ahead) took the decision to cancel the event in the interest of health and saety.
The club propose to run this very popular event in July nad further announcements will be made when dates have been confirmed.
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XMTB McConvey Cycles are hosting a series of 3 mountain bike races aimed primarily at the youth riders from the Under 8s up to the Under 16s starting on Sunday 15 February 2015 in Belfast's Ormeau Park. The club wish to thank Belfast City Council for their support and ongoing permission to use the venue.
Please Note: These events are also selection events for the Cycling Ulster MTB Junior and U23 Team which will be competing in the NPS Series in Britain in 2015.Because of the popularity of this league in addition to the normal program, we will be hosting two separate Senior races taking the following format:
The Senior A race is for riders who are experienced in cross country racing and would normally compete in race categories Senior 1, Senior 2 and Senior 3.… Read more
We’re almost at the end of January so Women's Cycling Ulster thought it was about time we let you know about some of the events we’ve been working on over the past few months. Hopefully you’ll find something of interest to challenge yourself during 2015! We cover everything from road racing, to time trials, off road and leisure so we are sure we will have something to interest you.
Following on the success of the 2014 RR League, we are delighted to provide this in 2015 again, backed by our sponsor – Bling Bike Kit.
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With the road racing season due to start in six weeks Cycling Ulster are calling on clubs to consider promoting one or more of the remaining Ulster Championships. Our championship events are always eagerly looked forward to by riders across disciplines, ages and genders. Currently there are a few of our major champsionships not in the calendar. These include the Ulster RR, the Ulster Youth Championships, the Hill Climb and the Criterium.
To date the the following clubs have stepped up to the mark to promote some of our hotly contested time trials.… Read more
Almost 160 people showed up for the Ulster Awards evening which was held in the White River Hotel in Toome on Saturday night. If the National CX Championships were not taking place the following day this number would have been much greater as we received many apologies.
It is very heart-warming for both the Cycling Ulster Executive and for the promoters of our championships to see how people value these championships and are proud to receive an Ulster medal. It is especially good that so many of our young riders came along to receive their awards.… Read more
Cycling Ulster is currently seeking to recruit volunteers to help out at various events, disciplines and commissions.
We are particularly in need of people who would be interested in becoming part of the Road Commission. The Road Commission traditionally looks after road racing and time trialling with particular reference to Junior, U 23 and Elite. The Road Commission will also act in an advisory position for women and youth in matters of road racing.
As the remit of the Road Commission is quite broad we need to build up a strong volunteer force. … Read more
The Ulster Awards evening will take place on Saturday 10th January in the White River Hotel in Toome. Special guest for the evening will be the President of Cycling Ireland, Denis Toomey. Other invited guests include Jack and Rea Watson, Morris Foster and Alan Mark.
The evening is always very enjoyable and well attended. Many of our youngest cyclists attend the evening to receive their awards. For this reason all those under 14 years of age will have the same three course meal as the adults but it will be subsidised by Cycling Ulster.… Read more
It was an historic day for Falls park last Sunday when the first ever cyclocross event took place. The event was packed and cars were parked the length of the Falls Road.
VC Glendale were hosting the event and had certainly put in the groundwork. Pre-event planning had covered all the bases and the route markers were out in force from 6.30 that morning.
Frank Campbell and Joe Smyth, long time stalwarts of the club all played their part. Brendan Doherty known as the Doc, was the driving force behind staging the event and he was a busy man on the day.… Read more
After a successful introduction into Trailquests during the Winter of 2013/14 Bann Wheelers are aiming to host a Winter Series of 5 events for 2014/15.
Trailquests (or MTB Orienteering Score) events are basically like a treasure hunt on the mountain bike! Round 2 will take place on Sunday 7th December and will start and finish at Wetherspoons in Coleraine (Castlerock Road, BT51 3HP)
Teams (of pairs) can be male, female or mixed. Start will be open between 09:30 - 10:30, with each team given 3 hours to gain as many points as possible.… Read more
The provisional road and off road calendar is now available to view. It can be accessed via the Calendar link on the right hand side of this page or can be downloaded at the end of this article..
Please check that your event is correctly listed. If you have any queries please contact Anthony Mitchell, the Ulster Calendar co-ordinator for 2015. He can be contacted via email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The provisional leisure calendar will be available shortly.
The events highlighted in Green are National Championships, Purple indicates Ulster Championships and Pink indicates free weekend dates.… Read more
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