Image: ©Toby Watson

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

Image: © David McVeigh

Image: © Toby Watson

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...

read more

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...

read more

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...

read more

Ulster Team Report from Rás Mhaigh Eo

A strong contingent of Ulster riders took part in last weekend's Rás Mhaigh Eo youth stage race promoted by Covey Wheelers, Westport. The Ulster team had great performances across the weekend including overall victories for Aliyah Rafferty (U15 Girls), Lucy Brown (U16...

read more

Oliver Hunter RIP

Cycling Ulster is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of its long time Treasurer, Oliver Hunter.   Oliver was devoted to the development of cycling and spent decades promoting the sport at club and provincial level.   Oliver first became involved in the...

read more

Claire Young Co-opted to Cycling Ireland Board

Cycling Ulster extend our best wishes to Claire Young who has recently being co-opted to the Cycling Ireland Board.  Unfortunately, due to her co-option, Claire has had to step down from her position as Cycling Ulster Secretary. Claire has worked tirelessly as a...

read more

Phillip McCallen E-Bikes Partnership with Cycling Ulster

Cycling Ulster is pleased to announce the continued development of our partnership with the regional hubs sponsor, Phillip McCallen E-Bikes.   The Lisburn bike shop will work with Cycling Ulster on the various opportunities to expand participation in cycling using...

read more

Registration for Women on Wheels Programme is Open

Cycling Ulster are pleased to announce the clubs that form part of the Women on Wheels Programme in 2022. Cycling Ulster Women’s Commission spokesperson said: “We are delighted to have eight clubs from a large geographical spread involved in running this year’s Women...

read more

Tour of the North Entry Open

The Tour of the North returns to the calendar at Easter after an absence of three years. Based in the Ballymena area, the race is planned to run the usual format of 4 stages, consisting of 3 road stages and an ITT. Full route details will be announced in due course....

read more

Rás Mhaigh Eo Team Announcement

The Cycling Ulster Youth Academy have selected a large squad of under 16 and under 14 cyclists to represent the province in the Rás Mhaigh Eo which takes place in Westport on 12th and 13th March. The full squad of boys and girls can be seen below. U14 Girls Cara...

read more

Ulster Women’s Road League Details Announced

The Ulster Women's Road League will get underway with the Killinchy GP and John Haldane Memorial on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th March Respectively. The series is made up of six rounds currently but there are plans for further rounds to be announced. Entry for the...

read more

Team Announcement – Youth Tour of Scotland

The Cycling Ulster Youth Academy have announced the squad that will represent the province in the 2022 Youth Tour of Scotland from 1st to 4th April. The girls and boys selected can be seen below. Girls Team Aliyah Rafferty (Island Wheelers) Aoibhínn Sharkey (VC...

read more