Image: ©Toby Watson

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Cycling Ulster Event Equipment Update

Cycling Ulster have provided an update on the hiring of race radios as well as the booking and collection of accredited marshal signs and hi-vis jackets. Race Radios Going forward race promoters should book the Cycling Ulster race radios by contacting Gary Lavery...

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Road Commission Meeting for 2022 Rás

The Cycling Ulster Road Commission is holding a meeting next week (details TBC) for riders interested in representing the province in this year's Rás. Riders who wish to attend the meeting should email the Road Commission Chairperson, Frankie Campbell...

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Ulster Team Announcement – Rás na nÓg

Four teams and a total of 16 riders will represent Cycling Ulster in this weekend’s Rás na nÓg in County Meath. The two day stage race is one of the premier youth events in Ireland and we wish all of the riders the best of luck.

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2022 School Games – Team Manager & Coach Positions

Cycling Ulster is planning to compete in the 2022 School Games that are scheduled to take place in Loughborough from 1st to 4th September. The format of this year’s games is a combined Road/Track competition and a BMX competition. Any individual who may be interested...

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National TT Series Rd 1

Island Wheelers host the opening round of the Cycling Ireland National TT Series this Sunday, 10th April. Entry will be strictly via EventMaster only, which closes tomorrow (Friday) evening at 8pm. Competitors should note that Cycling Ireland Commissaires will have...

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Ulster Team Announcement – British XC Series

Cycling Ulster will be represented by three riders in the opening round of the British XC Series in Tong, England on 9-10 April. Áine Doherty and Travis Harkness will be joined by Gareth McKee who will be passing on his years of experience in a coaching capacity as...

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Ulster Team Report – Youth Tour of Scotland

Two teams represented Ulster in the international Youth Tour of Scotland last weekend. The event had a field of 156 riders from six different countries with Ulster represented in the girls event by Aliyah Rafferty, Aisha Gannon and Aoibhínn Sharkey and in the boys...

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Entry Open for Round 1/2 of the Ulster Youth Crit/TT Series

Entry for the second event in the Ulster Crit/TT series is now open. The event will take place in Moneymore on the 19th April for Under 6 up to Under 16. Click here to register. 2022 Ulster Youth Crit/TT Series Details Announced (19/2/2022) The Cycling Ulster Youth...

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Alan Mark RIP

Cycling Ulster is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Alan Mark. Alan joined Ballymena Road Club along with his brother Ernie in 1955, just one year after it was founded and was a stalwart of club activities ever since.  As a strong competitor, Alan...

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Ulster Youth Criterium/TT League Opening Event Results

The opening event in the Ulster Youth Criterium/TT League took place last weekend at Bishopscourt. Almost 90 riders from across the province and further afield took part in the event. The next round takes place on 19th April and entry details will be posted when...

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Cycling Ulster Executive Officer – Expressions of Interest

Cycling Ulster is seeking expressions of interest from members to fill a vacancy on the Executive following the co-option of Claire Young to the Cycling Ireland Board.  The position is open to all members of Cycling Ulster however those with a particular interest in...

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2022 Ulster Youth RR League Announced

The 2022 Ulster Youth League will be made up of seven events getting underway on Sunday 27th March with the PJ Logan Cup. The league opener is also a selection event for this year's European Youth Olympic Festival. 2022 Ulster Youth RR League 27th March, PJ Logan...

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