Image: ©Toby Watson

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

NI Hospice Lap around the World challenge

Cycling Ulster are encouraging members to take part in the Lap around the World Cycle Challenge, a virtual cycle to raise money for the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice. Lap around the World asks cyclists both novice and professional to pedal a combined 24,901...

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2021 Ulster Championship Promoters Wanted

Cycling Ulster are seeking clubs to register an interest for hosting Ulster road and off-road championship events by Sunday 15th November 2020. If there is more than one club interested in promoting a championship event then Cycling Ulster will seek further...

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2021 Cycling Ireland Event Permit Application Open

The application process for Cycling Ireland event permits for 2021 are now open. It’s a simple straightforward step by step process. It will remain open for 6 weeks from 5th October to 13th November 2020. All open road competitive events must be submitted during this...

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Leo’s Legacy Virtual Cycle Challenge

Omagh Wheelers are promoting 'Leo's Legacy Virtual Cycle Challenge', a cycle in memory of club member, Leo McKenna who passed away on 6th December 2019 following many years battling cancer. Leo and his family received hugely important care from Marie Curie Cancer...

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Covid-19 Update 15.10.20 – All Events Postponed

Following the announcement of further restrictions by the Stormont Executive yesterday (14/10/20), NI counties have also now had all events postponed, just as was already the case in Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal. Outdoor training is permitted with a maximum of 15...

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Billy Armstrong RIP

It is with great sadness that Cycling Ulster has learned of the death of Billy Armstrong. Billy was a former member of the Cycling Ulster Executive and served as a manager of provincial teams on many occasions. A stalwart of Northern CC, Billy joined the club in...

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Ulster Road Race Championships Cancelled

The 2020 Ulster Road Race Championships due to take place in Armagh on Saturday 17th October have been cancelled. With further Covid-19 restrictions now in place in four council areas in the province, the event promoters have taken the decision to not proceed as a...

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CU Remind Members to Follow Covid-19 Guidance

With the ongoing increase in people testing positive for Covid-19, Cycling Ulster want to remind members of the need to follow the regulations and carry out good practice while participating in cycling activities to help curb the rise in transmission. When taking part...

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2020 Cycling Ulster AGM Notice

The 2020 Cycling Ulster AGM will take place on Saturday 7th November at 12 noon. Due to Covid-19, this year's AGM will take place virtually. Registration information can be seen below along with the official notice, motions form, nominations form, volunteer of the...

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Covid-19 Update – 06.10.20

Covid-19 Update – 06.10.20

There have been updates to the Covid-19 restrictions by the Irish government and Stormont Executive in recent days. Cavan and Monaghan will join Donegal under the Irish government's level 3 restrictions as of midnight tonight (Tuesday 6th October). Additional...

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Ulster CX Series Rd 1 – Sunday 4th October

Square Wheels CC promote the first round of the 2020 Ulster Cyclo-cross Series on Sunday 4th October in Armagh. Due to Covid-19, no spectators should be in attendance, only those who are participating, officiating or attending with their child should be present. Full...

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Ulster Road Race Championships -17th October

The 2020 edition of the Ulster Road Race Championships is scheduled to take place on Saturday 17th October. Armagh City Cyclists in conjunction with Cycling Ulster promote this year's event. The event will take place on the Ballycrummy circuit in Armagh which has been...

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