Image: ©Toby Watson

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Ulster Youth Series Update

Due to the fifth round of the Youth Series at Bishopscourt being cancelled and a clash with another youth event in Kildare this weekend, the rescheduled event to make up for this round will take place on Wednesday 30th June at Moneymore Karting Circuit. Anybody who...

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School Games – Road/Track Selection Criteria

Cycling Ulster plan on sending a team to compete in the School Games in Loughborough which are scheduled to take place between 3rd-5th September. The selection policy for the road and track team can be seen below. 2021 School Games - Road/Track Selection Policy In...

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Commonwealth Games Team Nomination Criteria

The Nomination and Standards Policy for the Northern Ireland Cycling Team for the 2022 Commonwealth Games is now available. The Commonwealth Games takes place in Birmingham from 28 July to 08 August 2022. The Games is a global spectacle featuring 6,600 sports men and...

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Tour of Monaghan Entry Opens

The 2021 edition of the Tour of Monaghan which will take place on Sunday 13th June is now open for entry. With Covid-19 restrictions easing on 7th June, Emyvale Cycling Club are delighted to have the opportunity to promote this event and welcome visitors to what...

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Covid-19 Restrictions Update

Further changes to the Covid-19 Restrictions in both jurisdictions will take place over the coming weeks. The main changes in the North is the removal of the cap of 15 for training and 100 for competition from 24th May. This has been replaced with a limit of 500...

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2021 School Games – Manager & Coach Positions

Cycling Ulster is planning to compete in the 2021 School Games that are scheduled to take place in Loughborough from 3rd to 5th 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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Women’s Intermediate MTB Training

Technical uphills, advanced cornering, body positioning on drops, manuals, line choice on techy sections? If this sounds like your cup of tea then come and join us for some MTB skills training with Ian Bailey in Tollymore Forest. Develop your skills over two sessions...

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Increase in Cycling Activities Welcomed

Cycling Ulster has welcomed the recent Covid-19 restrictions easing which has enabled group training and competition to return in the North while similar relaxations will take place in Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan over the coming weeks.   Group training spins form a...

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Track Training Returns to Orangefield

Track training returns at the Tommy Givan Track (Orangefield) in Belfast this week. There will be two sessions per week. Monday (starting 10th May) 7pm - 8:30pm (U10 (must be 2011 birth year) to U14) Wednesday (starting 5th May) 7pm - 9pm (U16 to Senior) Riders are...

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Women’s Racing – Saturday 8th May and Sunday 9th May

The racing season for Ulster’s Women kicks of this weekend with a double bill of racing in County Down First Up on Saturday Morning 8th May the women are racing for the Mc Kinley Contracts Shield as part of Newry Wheelers John Haldane Memorial Races. This race along...

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