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Women on Wheels 2024 Road

Women on Wheels 2024 Road

Dear Cycling Clubs, Cycling Ulster Women’s Commission are looking for cycling clubs to participate in the WOW24 programme. WOW is a programme designed to address the low numbers of female leisure members and is now in its 4th year and to date over 300 female cyclists...

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Big Day Out 2023

Big Day Out 2023

Nearly a year in the planning, and with all the little details, you could tell the Big Day out was well thought out. A couple of years ago Claire Young had a vision of bringing women from all over the country together to ride their bikes and in 2022, The Big Day out...

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Cycling Ulster announce Rás na mBan 2023 Team

Cycling Ulster announce Rás na mBan 2023 Team

Cycling Ulster are delighted to announce their Team to take part in the 2023 Rás na mBan from September 6th to 10th. Featuring six stages, Ireland's only international women's stage race brings riders around some challenging and exciting routes in the midlands as...

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Here’s how we got more ‘Women on Wheels’

In its second year for 2023, Women's Cycling Ulster have delivered a successful 'Women on Wheels' programme, introducing 28 Women to off-road cycling. 5 female Coaches in 5 different locations ran the sessions covering Bike checks, Skills and a Bike ride. As well as...

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Round-up of HER Outdoors Week 14-20th August 2023

Round-up of HER Outdoors Week 14-20th August 2023

HER Outdoors Week, an initiative by Sport Ireland, took place from 14th – 20th August , it is an opportunity to re-ignite and re-introduce females to the outdoors. “FIND YOUR OUTDOORS” will inspire, educate, and encourage more females to get out into the great...

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‘Be Safe – Be Seen’ Campaign

Cycling Ulster is encouraging members to be proactive when it comes to highlighting their presence on the road by wearing bright and reflective clothing and using lights. Chair of the Cycling Ulster Leisure Commission, Joanna Gray stated: "Cycling Ulster have been...

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Guidance for Clubs to Attract new Cyclists and Members

Cycling Ulster has launched a new document focused on supporting clubs with attracting new cyclists and membership retention. The Leisure Commission has been engaging with clubs and unattached members since its inception earlier this year. Clubs are struggling with...

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Successful Women’s Big Day Out Held at Tollymore

Photo credit: Tony Corey The Cycling Ulster Women's Commission held their flagship event for 2022, the Women's Big Day Out at Tollymore National Outdoor Centre yesterday.  The all day event included road and MTB spins, an E-Bike taster session as well as off the bike...

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2022 Women’s Commission AGM – 1st November

The 2022 Cycling Ulster Women's Commission Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place virtually on Tuesday 1st November at 7.30pm Nomination forms for the various positions (Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer and Commission Member) can be downloaded by...

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