Cycling Ulster is delighted to announce the development of an exciting new commission for leisure members. The commission aims to be a voice for leisure cyclists, addressing issues relating to diversity and safety and promote leisure cycling as a lifelong activity for all.  

The commission members bring with them a breadth and depth of experience in road safety, event organisation, mental and physical health engagement, education and more. Above all else, what all the members bring to the table is a love for cycling and a desire to see the best interests of leisure cycling represented within the Cycling Ulster community.  

Commenting on the establishment of the Leisure Commission, Cycling Ulster Chairperson, Tommy McCague said: 

“It’s fantastic to see the development of a dedicated commission to support our leisure members.  

“The commission will begin to work on a number of initiatives to enhance leisure cycling over the next year. 

“The members of the commission will now be reaching out to our clubs and members and I would encourage  everyone to support this initiative.”  

The new Leisure Commission Chairperson, Joanna Gray said: 

“I am absolutely delighted to lead the new Leisure Commission and all of our members are excited to get out and meet with clubs in the near future to hear directly from them on what we can do to improve leisure cycling in Ulster.”

To contact any member of the commission, please email