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Entry Open for Ulster Hill Climb Championship

Emyvale Cycling Club will promote the 2021 edition of the Ulster Hill Climb Championship on Sunday 19th September. The event will take place on a 5km course starting at Bragan Cross Roads. Carrickroe Community Centre will be the event HQ. The route is in a rural...

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Women’s Commission – Training Events Survey

The Cycling Ulster Women's Commission are currently developing a winter training programme aimed particularly at those wanting to take part in competitive road events in 2022. The programme is likely to cover training /fitness, nutrition, recovery and bike handling. ...

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Rás na mBan Expression of Interest

The Cycling Ulster Road Commission are seeking expressions of interest from riders to be part of the Ulster team for the Rás na mBan in September. The Rás na mBan is an international level women's stage race therefore riders would be expected to be competing at a...

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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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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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Clubs Wanted for 2021 Women on Wheels Project

The 2021 Cycling Ulster Women on Wheels (WOW) project is now seeking applications from clubs who are interested in running the project within their club this year. The WOW project began in 2019 and was a major success in helping clubs increase women's participation,...

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Bike Like Me – Online Training Programmes

As part of the Bike Like Me campaign, Cycling Ireland is excited to offer four programmes for women and girls, catering for both the beginner and intermediate riders. The programmes have been designed by Cycling Ireland Coach, Jamie Blanchfield of Premier Endurance....

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