There are lots of leisure events on offer in Ulster this weekend with all abilities being catered for.


Cavan Flyers Christian CC Charity Cycle – Saturday 25th May

This event has two distances, 70k and 50k, registration at Skelly’s Filling Station, Ballyjamesduff at 8.30am. Cycle starts at 9.30am.

Harps CC RS Motors Charity Cycle – Sunday 27th May

This is a 20 mile leaving from Kinturk Cultural Centre at 9am. All proceeds to Noel Wilkinson Rehabilitation Fund. More details on Facebook

3 Peaks Charity Cycle – Sunday 27th May


La Lanterne Rouge Cycling Club – Denis Killen Memorial Cycle – Sunday 27 May 2018

SIGN-ON: Loughinisland Gac, 7 Teconnaught Road, Loughinisland, Downpatrick, Co Down
BT30 8QE

Sign-on from 08:30hrs.
60 Mile Route Departs: 09:30hrs
40 Mile Route Departs: 09:40hrs
Car parking, toilet & changing facilities available.

Early bird on-line entries using Entry Central are £13 up until 20th May 2018, after which the fee increases to £15.
Participants without a Cycling Ireland licence must pay an extra £5 on the day at the sign on desks for a compulsory One Day Licence, which provides third party and personal accident insurance cover for the day.
On-line registration for the event will close on Friday 25th May 2018 at 23:59hrs.
On the day the entry fee will be £15 (plus £5 for a one day licence, where applicable).


With two routes to choose from, this fun and challenging ride caters for cyclists of all abilities. Both routes are clearly marked, with food and water stations to keep you fuelled and hydrated along the way.

40 Mile Route
Starting and finishing at Loughinisland GAC Club.
Feed Zones
1. Registration (tea, coffee snacks)
2. Leitrim GAA Club (Food)
3. Finish (tea, coffee sandwiches etc.)

60 Mile Route
Starting and finishing at Loughinisland GAC Club.
Feed Zones:
1. Registration (tea, coffee snacks)
2. Corbet Lake (Water stop)
3. Leitrim GAA Club (Food Stop)
4. Finish (tea, coffee sandwiches etc.)
Both routes will be marked with ‘LC’ and signage, with marshals assisting at junctions.

All riders are encouraged to view the routes in detail, paying close attention to distance and elevation before deciding on the most appropriate route

Each rider must wear a helmet.
Vehicle and Mechanic Support will be available.
All participants must come prepared with suitable clothing, spare tubes, a pump, drinks, snack bars, fruit and ensure that their bike is in proper working order.
All distances are approximate.
This is a leisure sportive and not a race, and roads will not be closed, so please exercise caution at all times, and obey the rules of the road.
Most importantly, have fun and stay safe!

Termon Sportive – Sunday 27th May

Termon Wheelers host their annual sportive on Sunday, with 30 and 60 mile cycles on offer. Sign-on at the Milestone Centre, Carrickmore from 8.30am with riders departing at 9.30am. More details on Facebook

Kings Moss Sportive – Sunday 27th May

Kindly supported by Chain Reaction Cycles, the Kings Moss Sportive will benefit local charity “Friends of Larne adults center”.


The 100 km event offers an enjoyable yet challenging ride for both experienced cyclists and those who are newer to the sport.


Kings Moss Cycling Club Secretary David Robinson explained: “Although the excellent route we have put together will challenge the more experienced riders, we will make sure to look out for beginners too. After all, County Antrim has always provided some stunning roads for cycling, and we want to play host to as many riders as possible, from near and far, in aid of a very good cause”.


The Kings Moss Sportive leaves Ballyclare Rugby Club, The Cloughan, Doagh Rd, Ballyclare, County Antrim, BT39 9JD on Sunday 27th May 2018 at 10am. Sign-on is from 9.00am at the same venue and car parking is available on site. The halfway feed stop is in Ballygally Community Hall (above the spar shop). Shower facilities and refreshments will also be available on return to the Rugby Club.


The sportive is insured by Cycling UK and will feature support vehicles kindly provided by our sponsor Chain Reaction Cycles. Refreshments will be provided and race marshals / supervision will be provided by club members. Medical cover will be provided by St John Ambulance NI.


This is also an approved Cycling Ireland event.


Pre-entry closed for this event on Tuesday 22nd of May or £20 on the day.


A route map is available at


Please e-mail kingsmosscc@gmail.comwith any queries.