Image: ©Toby Watson

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

St. Patrick’s Racing Round-Up

The results for the North Pole CC St. Patrick's Day RR, Derrymacash GP and Annaclone GP can be seen below. Please see separate article on the McCann Cup. North Pole CC St. Patrick's Day RR 17/3/18 A Race A1,A2,A3 and Juniors 1. Mark Potts. Neon Velo 2. Richard Maybin....

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McCann Cup Report & Results

McCann Cup Report & Results

The 16th edition of the McCann Cup took place in dry, but bitterly cold conditions at Fintona on Sunday 18th March. A record number of entries from across the north and south travelled to Fintona for the popular race sponsored by Ballmore Services. A full suite of...

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St. Patrick’s Weekend Events

St. Patrick’s Weekend Events

There is plenty of racing action on the roads of Ulster this St. Patrick's weekend as Clann Éireann CC and North Pole CC host events on St. Patrick's Day itself, Omagh Wheelers promote the McCann Cup on Sunday and Banbridge CC host the postponed Annaclone GP on...

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Ulster Trio Compete in British BMX Series

Ulster Trio Compete in British BMX Series

Ulster was represented at the opening two rounds of the Britsh BMX Series in Manchester on the 10th and 11th March by Jamie Harron (Belfast City BMX), Jay Mackness and Jodie Lynch ( both East Coast Raiders BMX Club). Harron was riding in the ‘Boys 7’ category,...

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Cycling Ulster Highlight Poor Condition of Roads

Cycling Ulster Highlight Poor Condition of Roads

Cycling Ulster have raised our concerns in relation to the current condition of the roads in the province in writing with the Department for Infrastructure. Cycling Ulster Vice Chairman, Tommy McCague said: "Cycling Ulster have written to the Permanent Secretary for...

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PJ Logan Cup Entry Opens on Wednesday 14th March

PJ Logan Cup Entry Opens on Wednesday 14th March

Island Wheelers are proud to be hosting the 2018 Lowe Bros. Master Butchers PJ Logan on our famous figure of 8 circuit. Once again, we will be hosting a full programme of events with Racing from U12 right up to the Main P.J Logan A1/A2 Combined race. Unfortunately due...

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Promoter for 2019 Irish Elite & Junior Championships Wanted

Promoter for 2019 Irish Elite & Junior Championships Wanted

Cycling Ireland are seeking expressions of interest from Ulster clubs who would like to promote the 2019 Irish time trial and road  race championships (Junior Men/Women & Senior Men/Women). While promoting the blue riband events of Irish cycling is a major...

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Children First Club Information

Cycling Ireland have issued a reminder to clubs that they are required to comply with the Children First Act 2015 by March 11th. Despite not being a statutory requirement for clubs in the north, it is seen as best practice and is a requirement for affiliation with...

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Weekend Events – 10th/11th March

Weekend Events – 10th/11th March

The Ulster road racing season pedals into action this weekend after the cancellation of the opening weekend due to the weather. The Spires GP in Ballyronan opens the 2018 competitive events schedule on Saturday with the John Haldane Memorial promoted by Newry Wheelers...

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Annaclone GP Rescheduled for Monday 19th March

Following the disappointment of having to make the decision to call off the 2018 Travers Engineering Annaclone GP on Saturday 3rd March due to the effects of heavy snowfall and freezing conditions, Banbridge CC are delighted to confirm the event has secured a new...

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Cycling Ulster Seek Leisure Clothing Partner

Cycling Ulster are currently seeking expressions of interest from any company interested in partnering with us to supply our riders and officials with leisure clothing. Our leisure clothing partner will receive recognition on our social media and website. It is also...

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Cycling Ulster Welcome Minimum Passing Distance Commitment

Cycling Ulster Welcome Minimum Passing Distance Commitment

Cycling Ulster have welcomed the recent commitment from the Irish government to introduce legislation which will mean motorists will have to give at least one metre overtaking distance when passing cyclists in speed zones up to 50 km/h and at least 1.5 metres when...

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