Thursday 8th-Sunday 11th: Baie Comeau, Canada. 

Cycling Ireland has selected a six-rider team for the UCI Para Road World Cup which takes place from 8th– 11th August 2019 in Baie Comeau, Canada. 
The team selected is below: Declan Slevin MH3, TT & RR
Ronan Grimes MC4, TT & RR
Chris Burns MC2, TT & RR
Damien Vereker & Paul Forristal MB, TT & RR
Gary O’Reilly MH5, TT & RR
The team will be led by Head Coach Neil Delahaye and Team Manager Tommy McGowan.
This is an important qualifying event for Tokyo 2020 as the Paracycling Team push to secure Paralympic Nation slots.

More info and schedules

Wednesday 7th-11th August: European RR & TT Championships in Alkmaar (Netherlands)

Results of yesterday’s Junior Men TT: Kevin Mc Cambridge 17th in a 58-rider field and only 1.30m down on the winner, Archie Ryan was 42nd, 2.21m down on Italian winner Andrea Piccolo who clocked an amazing time of 26:52m for the 22.4 km ( 50km an hour on junior gears) Here some info and schedule of the champs
The event consists of a total of 6 road races and 7-time trials regulated by the Union Européenne de Cyclisme (UEC) across Junior, U23 and Elite levels. Further details are available on:
Photo courtesy of Nancy Goossens (Belgium) with thanks

Saturday 10th August: Beechmount Cup 7 pm and Sunday 11th August: Leinster Youth Champs 12 am & Collins Christle Memorial 2 pm all in Kilmessan Co-Meath

The races in Kilmessan are held over 2 days – Saturday Evening and Sunday.
The sign-on, start, finish locations and the course are the same on both days: Fergie’s pub Kilmessan
Saturday Evening: Beechmount Cup
Sign-on: 5:30pm
Start: 7pm
Distance: 40km (3 laps)
Sunday: Underage Races
Sign-on: 11am
Start: 12pm
Sunday: Collins Christle Memorial
Sign-on: 12pm
Start: 2pm
Distance: A1/A2/A3: 81km (6 laps)
A4 Race: 54km (4 laps)
All details are subject to change, depending on numbers and conditions

Sun, Aug 11: Club Rothaiochta Na Sionainne Classic, Oakwood Hotel, Shannon, Clare 10.30 am

Race HQ for Sunday is at the Shannon Swimming & Leisure Centre (
Parking is available at the rear of the complex, with overflow parking available at the Comp school and alongside the skate park. Please avoid parking on the road and leave the spaces at the front of the complex free for members.
Sign on will take place in the climbing wall room with access to this area available from around the side of the complex as pictured below.
We are delighted to not only provide changing and shower facilities to competitors but on presentation of race numbers at reception post-race you are welcome to avail of free use of the pool, steam room or sauna to aid in your recovery.

Saturday 10th August – Sunday 11th August: Gravity Enduro Ireland Round 4 in Cahir Tipperary