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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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2021 Ulster Championship Promoters Wanted

Cycling Ulster are seeking clubs to register an interest for hosting Ulster road and off-road championship events by Sunday 15th November 2020. If there is more than one club interested in promoting a championship event then Cycling Ulster will seek further...

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2021 Cycling Ireland Event Permit Application Open

The application process for Cycling Ireland event permits for 2021 are now open. It’s a simple straightforward step by step process. It will remain open for 6 weeks from 5th October to 13th November 2020. All open road competitive events must be submitted during this...

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Ulster 25 miles TT Championship Results

Emyvale Cycling Club promoted the 2020 edition of the Ulster 25 miles time-trial Championship on a fast rolling course on the roads of County Monaghan and County Armagh yesterday (Saturday). Results can be seen below.

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Foyle Hospice Women’s Only Cycle

Foyle Cycling Club have adapted their annual women's only cycle in support of the Foyle Hospice for 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The club have presented two options for taking part in this year's event, including completing your cycle outdoors as an individual...

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Debbie Barclay (nee Kane) RIP

Debbie Barclay (nee Kane) RIP

It is with great sadness that Cycling Ulster has learned of the death of Debbie Barclay (nee Kane).    Debbie began cycling at a young age following in the wheels of her father, Dave who was an accomplished international cyclist before founding the Dave Kane...

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CI Women in Sport Coach Development Programme

CI Women in Sport Coach Development Programme

The Women in Sport Coach Development Programme is an exciting initiative for eight female Cycling Ireland coaches and aspiring coaches. This programme will give participants the opportunity to improve their knowledge, expand their network and develop leadership and...

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