Cycling Ulster
18Jun/140

Mcauley, Millar, Maguire and Kellet win on Divis.

bcThe Draynes Farms Bobby Crilly Classic is famed as much for the usual horrible weather the riders have to face as much as the epic mountain top finish.  This year the weather was kind but the racing no less difficult.  Three races were held as part of the event which finishes atop Divis mountain just north of Belfast.

The A1/2 race started first with four laps of the circuit with long dragging sections and a short sharp rise before heading up the mountain.  The racing was aggressive from the start and the race broke apart early on. … Read more

18Jun/140

Belfast City Council Small Grants Open

Belfast City Council has reopened its Small Grants Awards and are currently seeking applications  The closing date is 12 noon Wednesday 2 July 2014: Applications must be for projects or events commencing from 1 October 2014 and finishing on 31 March 2015.

The following grants would be of particular relevance to cycling clubs in the Belfast area so it would worth while having a look to see what is involved.

  1. Support for Sport: Sports Event Grant
  2. Support for Sport: Large Development Grant
  3. Support for Sport: Small Development Grant

Click HERE to download application forms and guidance notes, or for printed copies of the application form and general advice and guidance please contact the Central Grants Unit on 028 9091 8748.… Read more

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18Jun/140

Upcoming Competitive Events this Week

With Bike Week on our doorstep there are a lot of events coming up this week. Tomorrow night (Wednesday) Ards CC once again host their annual Town Centre races with racing for most categories including youth. This is always a popular event and we urge you to go along and support the races. The time table for the evening is as follows

Wednesday 18th June - Ards Town Centre Races.
Entry fees are - £10 Seniors, £3 for  U16, U14, U12 and £1 for Novices.… Read more

17Jun/141

VC Iveagh Cycle for Children

Last week, four members of  the Scarva based Velo Club Iveagh participated in the vision4kids - Long Way Home cycle challenge, fundraising for proverty stricken children in Kenya.  Davy, Mark, Dan and Jonny cycled a gruelling 365 mile lap of Northern Ireland via costal routes over a three day period. Day one route was from Dungannon to Belfast covering 133 miles via Armagh, Newry, Kilkeel, Newcastle, Portaferry, Bangor, Newtownards with an overnight stop at the Corrs Corner Hotel. Day two was hilly 129 miles from Belfast to Londonderry via Larne, Cushendall, Cushendun, over Torr Head, Ballycastle, Bushmills, Portrush, Portstewart, Castlerock . … Read more

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17Jun/140

Ards Town Centre Races Report

Andrew McCullough (Kinning Cycles) was a worthy winner of the main A1/2/3/Jun race at the Ards Town Centre Races on Wednesday evening. The  race was run as a short handicap, with the A1/2s giving away 40 seconds to the A3/Juniors.

The attacks starting immediately, with junior rider Evan Donoghue from Letterkenny holding a small advantage for couple of laps. He was soon replaced at the front by Andrew McCullough. Behind, the A1/2s had caught the main bunch, and the counter attacks came thick and fast. It was Glen Kinning (also from Kinning Cycles) who eventually managed to escape the bunch, but Andrew managed to hold on for the win.… Read more

17Jun/140

Worthy Ulster Champions Crowned at Clonmany

The gods were smiling on the hardy participants who lined up on Sunday to take on the tough and challenging Tour of the Lakes course in Donegal as the sun came out and the temperature rose.

the event was the Ulster Road Race Championships which the hard working North Pole club offered to host for 2014 as appeals for clubs to promote this event had received no other takers. The course chosen was that used for the National B Championhips a few years ago and there is no doubt that the 20 mile circuit provided plenty of challenges for the the riders and helped produce worthy champions.… Read more

16Jun/140

Crit in the Park

On the evening of Friday 20th June, Phoenix will be running the ever popular ‘CRIT IN THE PARK’ sponsored by McConvey’s Cycles in Ormeau Park, Belfast. The programme on the night will include:-
Youth Racing for U10, U12, U14, U16 & Seniors races for A4 / Phoenix club riders, A3, A1/A2

Please Note – Car parking is at the Ozone, access via the Ormeau Embankment. Sign-on is at the race start – a short walk or cycle from the car park

Timetable:- Sign-on will open at 5.15 on the night and following is the provisional timetable.… Read more

16Jun/140

Moore Triumphs in Derry

crit1Despite the poor weather at the start of the evening, the Quayside Maiden City Criterium was a great success, when it returned to the centre of Derry on Tuesday night.

Foyle Cycling Club hosted two races, one A4 and a second A1/2/3, which allowed spectators to enjoy the thrill of high speed city centre cycling. A full entry of over 55 cyclists took to the streets to test their mettle against this demanding course.

Shipquay Street proved to be a favoured viewing spot again this year with the large crowds that gathered to watch the cyclists charge up this iconic climb.… Read more

16Jun/140

15/06/2014 Father’s Day Time Trial Woodgreen

Cassidy and Meehan Tops in Father's Day Super Sunday 25 TT
The Super 25 mile time trial took place at Woodgreen on Sunday 15 June 2014 (Father's Day) hosted by Ballymoney Cycling Club. The event was a great success with a field of 51 riders. The conditions were sunny and warm however there was a strong blustery wind. Fastest male was Colm Cassidy (UCD) in a time of 49.39. Fran Meehan (Team Aqua Blue) was the fastest woman over the distance in a time of 60.50.… Read more

10Jun/140

Commonwealth Games Selection

The final selection for the Commonwealth Games squad has been chosen and I am delighted to introduce the line up for cycling for Glasgow 2014. A lot of hard work has gone into getting cycling places for the games and it is brilliant to know we are getting 14 places as well as three coaches the most that the sport has ever had.

It is also important to remember those that were not selected as some riders were involved in every camp right from the start.… Read more

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