The Wallace Caldwell Memorial promoted by Ballymena Road Club is the centre to the road racing action in the province this weekend. This event takes place on Saturday along with the Lakeland GP in Fermanagh. On Sunday, Harps CC promote the Mid Ulster GP, this also includes a round of the Cycling Ulster Women’s RR League and the Cycling Ulster Youth League.
Wallace Caldwell Memorial – Saturday 21st April
One of the most popular races in Ulster, the Wallace Caldwell Memorial race takes place on Saturday. Sign-on from 9.00 to 10.45. Rolls out from Rex Bonar House at 11.00 heads out of Ballymena to Ahoghill, Maghera, Garvagh, Ringsend, Limavady and returns through Kilrea to Finish on the Fenaghy rd Galgorm. 75 Miles in total. This is one of the province’s ‘A’ listed races with support of the PSNI motorbikes to assist with the running of the event.
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Lakeland GP – Saturday 21st April
Mid Ulster GP – Sunday 22nd April
The Mid Ulster Grand Prix sponsored by BSK Engineering & promoted by Harps Cycling Club takes place on Sunday.
A & B Race Info
Sign-On is at Mid Ulster Sports Arena, Tullywiggan Road, Cookstown, BT80 8SG between 11:00 and 12:30.
Assembly point is Kilcronagh Road, Cookstown at 12:45 for the race start at 13:00.
The A1, A2 and A3 will be a handicapped race of 6 laps of a 10 mile circuit and the Terry Sheehy Memorial A4 Race will be help over 4 laps of a 10 mile circuit as below:
There will be shower and changing facilities at the sign on location .
Light refreshments and prize giving will also be at the sign on location 30 mins after the main race has finished .
Youth & Women’s Race Info
Sign-On 9.00am Cookstown Cycles, 10.30am Start on Main Kilcronagh Road
1st Race U16, 4 Laps
2nd Race Cycling Ulster Women’s League Event
3rd Race U14, 2 Laps
4th Race U12, 1 Lap
Youth prizes for first five in each category