Cycling Ulster

Junior Tour of Ireland – results after stages 3, 4 and 5

The Junior Tour of Ireland started on 14 July and lasts until 19 July. Stage 3 was a 98.7 km road race around east Clare. Stage 4 was a 113.6 km road race around the Wild Atlantic Way. Stage 5 was a 101.3 km road race around the circuit known as Gallow Hill.… Read more


Junior Tour of Ireland – results after stages 1 and 2

The Junior Tour of Ireland started on 14 July and lasts until 19 July. Stage 1 was a 6.2 km time trial from Drumquin to Ennis. Stage 2 was a 109.4 km road race around the Burren.… Read more


Ulster riders up against the world’s best at International Track GP.

Being a two day UCI C1 track event in Dublin the weekend had the highest class of track cycling ever seen in Ireland. With no less than four reigning world champions in attendance including the reigning 2x Jr women's Road Race Champion looking for Olympic points the competition was going to be very tough. Also present was the 2009 women's World Road Champion, a Commonwealth Games Champion, an Olympic Medalist, the current Irish Women's Road Race Champion, several European Track Champions and countless top Olympic, World and European championship competitors from all over the globe.… Read more

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Madigan Grand Prix Saturday 1st August – Pre Entry Now Open

Team Madigan Cycling Club, Carrickfergus will promote the 27th Madigan Cycles Grand Prix at Kilroot near Carrickfergus Co. Antrim starting at 11.00am and finishing at around 1.15pm on Saturday 1st August. Sign-On and Changing / Showers etc. will be in the Eden Community Centre, Beltoy Road, Kilroot. … Read more


Shimna Challenge going from strength to strength

The Shimna Challenge went from strength to strength with over 300 cyclists taking part this year on Sunday 12 July 2015. This was an increase of over 100 riders from the inaugural Shimna Challenge in 2014. The option of a shorter 30 mile route proved incredibly popular with the recreational and leisure cyclists while the 50 mile route provided a challenge to the keener rider and aspiring racer. … Read more

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County Down 10 mile TT – results

Velo Club Iveagh promoted an open 10 mile time trial on Saturday 11th July incorporating the County Down Championships. The fastest time for the Newry-Warrenpoint course was Colm Cassidy (Aqua Blue) with 19 minutes 54 seconds.… Read more


Final call for Ulster 10 mile TT Championship entry

Pre-Entry for the Ulster 10 mile Time Trial Championship on Sunday 19th July will close this Wednesday 15th July. This is a strictly pre-entry event and registration is via the Events Booking section on the Cycling Ireland website. … Read more


Funeral arrangements for Gordon Scott

The funeral of our fellow cyclist Gordon Scott will be held on Friday 17th July. The funeral service will take place at 11 am in Ballyclare Presbyterian Church, 2 Foundry Lane, Ballyclare BT39 9BQ followed by internment in Ballyclare cemetery.… Read more


Well known rider dies after completing time trial

We are deeply saddened to report the untimely death of one of Ireland's well know cyclists, Gordon Scott (Scottie). Gordon felt unwell on the latter part of his time trial at Newry today (11 July 2015) which was the County Down 10 mile championships hosted by VC Iveagh. … Read more


National Youth Track Titles to be decided at Orangefield.

Cycling Ulster will play host the National Youth Track Championships at Orangefield on Saturday 18th July 2015, starting at 10am.
The programme will include Championships for Boys & Girls at U12/U14/U16 competing in three events; Sprint; Time Trial and Scratch race.… Read more

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