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Road Racing Accredited Marshal Scheme

Changes to how we manage Cycling Road Racing is coming. Cycling Ulster and Cycling Ireland has been engaging with representatives from the PSNI and the Department for Infrastructure to discuss changes in legislation which will impact on how we will host...

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Ulster Team Expression of Interest – Youth Tour of Scotland

The Cycling Ulster Youth Academy are seeking expressions of interest from riders for the 2022 Youth Tour of Scotland from Under 16 boys only and combined Under16/under14 girls (see eligibility below). The CUYA are hoping to send a male and female team to the event....

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Membership Engagement Sessions on Road Safety

Stormont's Department for Infrastructure recently launched two consultations and Cycling Ulster are keen to engage with our members to respond collectively to both consultations and make sure our cycling voices are heard. The two consultations are the 'proposed...

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2021 Ulster Youth Awards Presentation

The Cycling Ulster Youth Academy will be presenting awards for the Ulster Criterium League and Ulster Road League at the Ulster Cyclo-cross Championships in Portadown on Sunday 12th December. This will take place directly after the cyclo-cross prizes presentation. The...

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Cycling Ulster Highlight ‘Be Safe – Be Seen’ Message

Cycling Ulster are encouraging members to take part in their ‘Be Safe – Be Seen’ initiative as the shortest daylight times of the year arrive.   Cycling Ulster have been engaging with the PSNI in recent years in a number of areas as part of ‘Be Safe – Be Seen’ which...

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2021 CU Road Commission AGM

The 2021 Cycling Ulster Road Commission Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place virtually on Monday 6th December at 8pm. Members who wish to attend the AGM must register by clicking here before Saturday 4th December at 7pm. A link to the meeting will be...

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Ulster Women’s Road League 2022 – Promoters Wanted

The Cycling Ulster Women's Commission are seeking promoters for their 2022 Women's Road League. The races can form part of the usual weekend open race days or as stand alone events. Any clubs interested in having their event included in the league in 2022 should...

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2022 Ulster Championships Promoters Wanted

Cycling Ulster are seeking clubs to register an interest for hosting Ulster road and off-road championship events in 2022. If there is more than one club interested in promoting a championship event then Cycling Ulster will seek further information from the...

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Ulster 50 Miles TT Championships Results

Ballymena Road Club promoted the Ulster 50 miles time-trial championship on Sunday 12th September. Ian Inglis (Kinning Cycles) was the fastest rider on the day which also meant taking home the senior men's title with Hazel Smyth recording the fastest women's time. The...

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Armagh CC Road Race – 26th September

Armagh City Cyclists (ACC) will promote the final road race action of the 2021 season in Ulster on Sunday 26th September with an event for A3 and A4 riders. The race takes place on four laps of a fast and rolling course covering 42 miles. A4 riders will receive a...

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School Games 2021 – Ulster Team Report

Eight riders represented Ulster at the cycling events in the School Games at Loughborough University last week, accompanied by Team Manager Paul Dixon and Team coach Gary McKeegan.  The squad was made up of Áine Doherty, Lucy Brown, Zoe Lindsay, Aliyah Rafferty, Sam...

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Entry Open for Ulster Hill Climb Championship

Emyvale Cycling Club will promote the 2021 edition of the Ulster Hill Climb Championship on Sunday 19th September. The event will take place on a 5km course starting at Bragan Cross Roads. Carrickroe Community Centre will be the event HQ. The route is in a rural...

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