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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...

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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...

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Ulster International Youth Tour for 2022 Announced

Foyle Cycling Club are privileged to announce an exciting new event for youth cycling in Ulster. The Ulster 3 Day International Youth Tour will take place annually for at least the next three years across various regions of Ulster. The Ulster 3 Day International Youth...

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Accredited Marshal Scheme Update

Cycling Ulster in conjunction with Cycling Ireland are encouraging clubs and members to avail of upcoming Accredited Marshal Scheme courses.  The scheme that was announced last month has been developed to enhance the safety of our road races in the short term and to...

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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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