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VC Glendale Academy Launched

After months of planning the VC Glendale Academy got to the start line after a long patient wait, in the end it was a frenzied rush to get everyone kitted out in borrowed club kit from other members who very generously donated jerseys for everyone. The pandemic...

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Tips and Advice on Group Riding

As club spins and group activities have increased in recent weeks, Cycling Ulster wish to remind members and clubs of the importance of maintaining good etiquette when on their group spins. Cycling in a group helps a cyclist in many ways – safety in numbers, benefit...

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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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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 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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O’Neill and Love Take Wins at Annaclone GP

Gareth O'Neill (Team Caldwell Cycles) and Karl Love (VC Glendale) took the wins in the A1/2/3 and A4 races respectively at the Travers Engineering Annaclone GP on Saturday 24th April. Results can be seen below. A1/2/3 A4

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Progress on Regional Cycling Hubs Announced

Cycling Ulster has welcomed recent progress to establish cycling hubs in the province. The development of these facilities is a result of work over the last year by Cycling Ulster, the Department for Communities and local councils.     The Department...

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Cycling Ulster Road Commission Coaching Webinars

The Cycling Ulster Road Commission are holding two upcoming coaching webinars on Saturday 6th February and Saturday 13th February. The webinars have been organised by prominent local coach, Barry Monaghan from Newry. Speaking following the announcement, Cycling Ulster...

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VC Glendale to Establish Racing Academy

West Belfast based club VC Glendale will mark forty years since their foundation this year. The club has a rich history of success in the competitive area and they have announced exciting plans for this year with the establishment of a youth academy for those from...

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2021 Ulster Championship Promoters Wanted

Cycling Ulster are seeking clubs to register an interest for hosting Ulster road and off-road championship events by Sunday 15th November 2020. If there is more than one club interested in promoting a championship event then Cycling Ulster will seek further...

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2021 Cycling Ireland Event Permit Application Open

The application process for Cycling Ireland event permits for 2021 are now open. It’s a simple straightforward step by step process. It will remain open for 6 weeks from 5th October to 13th November 2020. All open road competitive events must be submitted during this...

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Ulster Road Race Championships Cancelled

The 2020 Ulster Road Race Championships due to take place in Armagh on Saturday 17th October have been cancelled. With further Covid-19 restrictions now in place in four council areas in the province, the event promoters have taken the decision to not proceed as a...

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