Image: ©Toby Watson

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Sport NI Financial Support Fund

Sport NI Financial Support Fund

The Department for Communities in conjunction with Sport NI have today launched a financial support fund for sporting organisations in the region. Department for Communities & Sport NI launch financial support fund - 14/04/20 As the region deals with coronavirus...

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Comply with Public Health Guidelines

Comply with Public Health Guidelines

Cycling Ulster Chairman, Tommy McCague has called on all members to ensure they are acting in the public interest over the Easter weekend and comply with the public health guidelines. The CU representative said: "I want to thank the large majority of the cycling...

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Eddie Polin RIP

Eddie Polin RIP

Cycling Ulster were saddened to learn of the death of Eddie Polin (Island Wheelers) last week. Eddie was a cycling stalwart who has been active in the sport for several decades, as a cyclist and as a volunteer. Eddie was heavily involved in cycling in the East Tyrone...

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CU Youth Academy to Host Zwift Sessions

CU Youth Academy to Host Zwift Sessions

The Cycling Ulster Youth Academy (CUYA) have announced the launch of an online Zwift school with the first scheduled ride taking place on Monday 13th April and taking place for six weeks. This is open to all CU youth members with Stephen Gallagher of Dig Deep Coaching...

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Updated Funding for Clubs

The NI Department for Communities have released funding which sports clubs can find more information on to assist them during the COVID-19 pandemic via the links below. There are also a number of other funding opportunities available for clubs which can also be...

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Play it Safe, Slow Down, Take Care – Department of Health

Play it Safe, Slow Down, Take Care – Department of Health

Play it safe, slow down, take care Northern Ireland Health Minister Robin Swann has urged the public to do everything possible to avoid accidents throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The Minister said the health service will be under “unimaginable pressures” in the weeks...

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COVID-19 Updated Government Guidelines

COVID-19 Updated Government Guidelines

Cycling Ireland urges members of the cycling community to strictly adhere to the guidelines which are in place within their locality. Check government sources regularly for the latest information. Republic of Ireland - www.gov.ie and www.hse.ie Northern Ireland -...

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COVID-19 Updated Government Guidelines

New COVID-19 Measures in Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan

The Irish government have tonight announced new measures to combat COVID-19 which restricts exercise to within two kilometres of person’s home. This means no cycling beyond that distance from your home is permitted in three Ulster counties, Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan...

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Zwift League Launched

Zwift League Launched

Cycling Ireland is launching a series of races and training sessions on the popular online training platform Zwift. With outdoor cycling events and activities curtailed on government advice, we have moved online to provide fun ways of keeping active and engaging in...

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COVID-19 Updated Government Guidelines

Cycling Ireland Extends Postponement of Events & Activities

Cycling Ireland have announced the postponement of of all Cycling Ireland approved events and activities is to be extended up to and including April 19th. Cycling Ulster want to remind all members that this includes club rides and any other activities. Please follow...

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Cycling Ireland Bike Like Me Campaign

Cycling Ireland Bike Like Me Campaign

Bike Like Me is Cycling Ireland’s new overarching campaign to inspire more women and girls to discover cycling and feel confident on their bikes. The Cycling Ireland led campaign aligns with Sport Ireland’s Policy on Women in Sport which intends to address four...

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