Image: ©Toby Watson

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Cycling Ireland Launch New Membership & Events Platform

Cycling Ireland have launched a new bespoke membership and events platform designed specifically for the cycling community. The product of 6-months development, the Cycling Ireland Membership & Events platform will deliver a marked improvement in the experience...

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CI Women’s Bike Like Me Virtual Festival – 11th July

CI Women’s Bike Like Me Virtual Festival – 11th July

Cycling Ireland are organising a Bike Like Me Virtual Festival which aims to inspire more women and girls to discover cycling and feel confident on their bikes on Saturday 11th July. This all-day event brings women and girls together throughout the day to promote...

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Hugh Barry RIP

Cycling Ulster were saddened to learn of the passing of Hugh Barry on Saturday. Hugh was a very active member of Glens CC and an associate member of Phoenix CC.  Hugh was also involved in the Bike Aid Africa initiative.  Cycling Ulster extend our condolences...

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Resumption of Track Training at Orangefield

Resumption of Track Training at Orangefield

With the easing of restrictions taking place this week, the first session of the track cycling season will be next Wednesday 8th July and will be for Junior, U23 and Senior riders. All riders must already hold their accreditation, have a 2020 competition licence and...

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Covid-19 Cycling Restrictions Update

Covid-19 Cycling Restrictions Update

Cycling Ulster welcome the recent easing of restrictions by both governments which have enabled the further return to cycling activities this week.  Club training can now resume throughout the province with a maximum of 30 people in NI and 200 people in Cavan,...

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CUYA Zwift Sessions

CUYA Zwift Sessions

The Cycling Ulster Youth Academy are seeking to gauge interest in a follow up to their series of Zwift training sessions run by Stephen Gallagher of Dig Deep Coaching. The proposal for the format for the second phase of the virtual academy is that it will be broken...

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Jimmy Watson R.I.P.

Jimmy Watson R.I.P.

The cycling community throughout Ulster was shocked and saddened to learn of the sudden death of Belfast’s Jimmy Watson on Monday evening. Jimmy had a lifelong passion for the sport and began racing in the late 1950’s with St. Gabriel’s CC. His love and enthusiasm for...

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CI Bike for Life Introductory eProgramme

4 Week Bike for Life Introductory eProgramme (0 - 20Km) The Cycling Ireland Bike for Life Introductory eProgramme provides guidance to those whose previous cycling has been limited to short occasional rides of a few kilometres or for the person who has just...

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Sport NI SportMaker Awards Nominations Open

Sport NI SportMaker Awards Nominations Open

The Sport Northern Ireland SportMaker Awards are making a welcome return for 2020. #SportMaker awards process shines a light on the local sporting workforce, recognising the outstanding contribution of coaches, officials, volunteers and projects and the role they play...

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Coaching Webinar – Thursday 18th June

Coaching Webinar – Thursday 18th June

Cycling Ireland and Triathlon Ireland have collaborated to host ‘Adapting your Coaching with Liz Burkinshaw’ - a webinar for coaches which will focus on behavioural change considerations for coaching during Covid-19. The webinar will take place on Thursday the 18th of...

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