Cycling Ulster
30Oct/140

Reminder – Cycling Ireland AGM this Saturday

The Cycling Ireland AGM takes place this Saturday at 11.00am in the Sheraton Hotel in Athlone. There are a number of Board members up for election including the Honorary Secretary, Jack Watson.

The Board of Cycling Ireland has decided not to increase fees this year but they wish to remove the Introductory Leisure Licence. If you disagree with this you should make sure that you attend the AGM. A list of the number of delegates each club is allowed to send can be found HERE.… Read more

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30Oct/140

Voting Opens for the Cycling Ireland Membership Awards

Cycling Ireland’s Awards Night dinner takes place in the Crowne Plaza, Santry on Saturday 15th November starting at 7.30pm with a drinks reception. Tickets are now on sale. This function is held annually to acknowledge the achievements of Irish cyclists, from medallists at the international and national level to the Membership Awards, voting for which opens today. Some of the special guests confirmed so far include World Silver Medallists Ryan Mullen and Mark Downey along with the World Silver tandem pairing of Katie George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal.… Read more

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30Oct/140

Moira CX this Sunday

This will be the fourth year that Dromara Cycling Club has hosted a cyclo-cross race at Moira Demesne which is a 40 acre park located in the centre of Moira.  The club wish to thank Lisburn City Council for their support.  The course will run anticlockwise as per last year and will include several modified sections from the 2013 course.  The race starts from a square of tarmac looking out along the football pitches.  The start is a wide 6 metre avenue reducing to 4m at the end of the first football pitch before continuing along in a broadly straight line to the end of the second football pitch where there is a left hand turn along the pitch towards the centre of the park.… Read more

28Oct/140

Great Turn-Out for Bangor CX

In 2013 North Down Cycling Club revived off-road racing at Castle Park in Bangor, a location that has seen many races over generations of cyclists.  On Sunday 26 October 2014 the club then hosted Round 4 of the 2014 Ulster Cyclo-cross series building on their experience from 2013.  The race timing had been moved up onto the hill above the Aurora Leisure Centre close to the trees.  The course was mostly set within the trees but with finish area out on the exposed grass where a spiral had been put in to test the riders and make them a little dizzy!  … Read more

24Oct/140

Women’s Winter Training Evening

wcuWomen's Cycling Ulster will host their next event for women on Tuesday 4 November at Podium4Sport, Montgomery Road, Belfast. Registration with Tea/Coffee and biscuits is at 6pm, with the presentations starting at 6:30pm.

Presentations will be from Commonwealth Athlete Fraser Duncan and Physio Mike Jones.

The Commission has also managed to negotiate a 20% discount off purchases in the store on the night - perhaps a good chance to start some Christmas Shopping!

Spaces are limited (and filling fast) so please RSVP to lisa@womenscyclingulster.com to reserve your place.… Read more

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23Oct/140

National Records Approved

The Board of Cycling Ireland is pleased to announce a number of new records which have been recently approved. For Ulster interest John Madden (Dig Deep Inspired), Mark Downey (Nicholas Roche Performance Team) and Marcus Christie (An Post) broke a number of Time Trial records.

On the track Declan Mulholland of Clann Eireann broke the 4 Kms S/S record as part of Team Ireland along with Sean Grimes, Mark Downey and Fintan Ryan.

Cycling Ulster would like to congratulate all the new record holders. Full list of new records can be viewed below.… Read more

22Oct/140

Ulster CX Series Rd 4 Now Open for Registration

On Sunday 26th October 2014 North Down Cycling Club will host Rd 4 of the Ulster CX Series at Castle Park in Bangor. As per 2013 the course will be situated on the grassy banks and wooded area close to the Aurora Leisure Centre Complex in Castle Park, Bangor County Down.

Castle Park has had a great history of cyclo-cross and mountain bike races over the years held by both North Down and Xmtb.    The terrain is 60% forest path, 35% open grass area and 5% path.  … Read more

21Oct/140

Halloween Fun this Weekend – Road and Off Road

cicSaturday 25th October - October Soup Cycle
The October Soup Cycle is being promoted on Saturday by Church Island Cycling. It is the last roadbased leisure event of the year.

The event starts in Bellaghy and there are four routes on offer to suit every level of cyclist.

The main route is 50 miles with several optional escape routes suitable for novices and youth. There are options for a 20 mile, 40 mile and 47 mile course. Most of the routes are flat except for the 50 mileroute which takes in the climb of Matty's Brae.… Read more

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20Oct/140

Island Wheelers Put on Superb CX Event

The Ulster Cyclo-cross series made its third return to Windmill Park where Island Wheelers were once again hosts.  With strong winds and heavy rain the night before the participants all expected another wet event in Dungannon.  However, the sun came out for the youth races and the day got off to a great start.  The course designers had upped their game with a super set up for the youth races which were created in the middle of the grass area, right in the heart of the event, but in such as way that the adult course was independent and wrapped around the youth courses allowing lots of time for main course practice.  … Read more

17Oct/142

Ulster Girls Selected for Hoy Future Stars

hoyShenna McKiverigan of Banbridge CC and Ciara Doogan of Errigal CC received fantastic news last week when they were selected to take part in the Hoy Future Stars Revolution Series. Both girls have been placed on the Sky team for the series.

This is a fantastic opportunity for both of them. Unfortunately for Ciara the series takes place right in the middle of her exams and sensibly she has decided not to take up the offer, deciding that her education must take precedence, She is however, extremely proud to have been selected.… Read more

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