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Cycling Ireland Bike Like Me Campaign

Cycling Ireland Bike Like Me Campaign

Bike Like Me is Cycling Ireland’s new overarching campaign to inspire more women and girls to discover cycling and feel confident on their bikes. The Cycling Ireland led campaign aligns with Sport Ireland’s Policy on Women in Sport which intends to address four...

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First Dates for 2020 CU Women’s Road League Announced

First Dates for 2020 CU Women’s Road League Announced

Following on from a successful road league in 2018 and 2019, the Cycling Ulster Women’s commission are back in 2020 with a racing league that offer something for everyone. The league this year combines road racing, time trialling and for 2020 introduces a series of...

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Women’s Race School Event Postponed

Women’s Race School Event Postponed

This Sunday's (16th February) planned Race School has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. It will now take place on Sunday 1st March. The CU Women's Commission apologise for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you all in March.

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CU Road Commission Training Day – 25th January

CU Road Commission Training Day – 25th January

The Cycling Ulster Road Commission will begin the 2020 season with a training camp on Saturday 25th January. The event is based at Newry Sports Centre and will include a training ride followed by an afternoon of talks on training, nutrition and anti-doping....

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WOW Programme Nominated for Sport NI Award

WOW Programme Nominated for Sport NI Award

The success of Cycling Ulster's 2019 Women on Wheels Programme was recognised by Sport NI recently when it received a nomination in their annual Sport Maker Awards. The WOW programme enabled many women to take part in cycling for the first time with strong...

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CU Women’s Commission Announce Race School Training Events

CU Women’s Commission Announce Race School Training Events

The Women’s commission of Cycling Ulster in conjunction with Panache Coaching are excited to announce a fantastic opportunity for women in the province who currently compete or have a goal of trying racing next year. A progressive, skills based program for anyone...

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Adam Ward Ulster Hillclimb Champion 2019

Adam Ward Ulster Hillclimb Champion 2019

The 2018 Ireland National Junior Road Race champion, Adam Ward, rounded off his 2019 season with another victory in the Ulster Hill Climb Championships. The classy U23 rider took the elite provincial crown today on Tircreven Road, Binevenagh Mountain, Co Derry. The...

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Parents in Sport Week.

Parents in Sport Week.

Parents in Sport Week starts 7th – 13th Oct 2019. Cycling Ireland would encourage you to support the call to encourage parents to sign up to the Sports Parents Promise. Please let me know if your sport are planning to support the campaign or if you require the media...

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