Saturday 7th March: DWCC OPEN RACES, Summerhill, Co-Meath 10:30 am promoted by Dublin Wheelers CC

The 2020 edition of the Dublin Wheelers Cycling Club’s open races will be held on Saturday 7th March. Sign on will be from 9 am at Race HQ: Summerhill Community Centre, Co. Meath, closing at 10 am.
Race 1: Mick Lally Memorial (A+, A1, A2) Race 2: Ian Gallahar Memorial Race (A3) Race 3: Willie Marks Memorial Race (A4)
Registration for all 3 races will be via Cycling Ireland’s online registration facility. Because of the narrow roads, there will be a limit of 80 competitors in each of the races. Registration on the day will only be possible if we do not fill our quota – and then only on a ‘first come, first served’ basis up to 80 competitors in each of the events

Saturday & Sunday 7th-8th March: Ras Maigheo Youth 2020 – 2-day stage race, Westport United FC grounds, Mayo 10 am, promoted by Westport Covey Wheelers Cycling Club

Entry Form attached.
All entries to be received on or before 28th February 2020. Stage 1 & 2 RR & TT Saturday 7th Stage 3 RR Sunday 8th March

Sunday 8th March: The Seamus Kennedy Memorial, Simonstown GAA Club, Navan, Meath, 12 am promoted by Navan RC

This year race is renamed as Seamus Kennedy Memorial in honour of one of the best cyclists of his generation, Ras winner in 1978 & former club member. 4 separate races: A1 & A2 & A3+ J + W & A4 . START 12.30 Simonstown GAA, Normal lap >> Kilberry, Sally Gardens, Woodtown x, Cassidys x, Finish Wilkinstown Hall<< SEE OUR FB LATER IN THE WEEK FOR MORE INFO

Sunday 8th March: The Lacey Cup 2020, Manor West Hotel, Tralee, Kerry 10:00 am promoted by Tralee Manor West BC

The 2020 Lacey Cup will be held on Sunday, 8th March hosted by Tralee Manor West Bicycle Club. The Lacey Cup is the grand opener to the Munster racing season when all cyclists will be anxious to show some good early season form. The race always draws a large field of riders, with over 200 competing in recent years. Some of the top Irish riders will be in action on the day, all intent on taking home the coveted Lacey Cup. This year in accordance with new rulings from Cycling Ireland, there will be a separate race for the A4 category, which will start after the main A1/A2/A3 race. The course is the usual challenging 75KM circuit of which always proves to be a very tough race and with past winners such as Conor Kissane (2019), Matteo Cigala (2018), Sean Hahessy (2017), Daragh O’Mahoney (2016), Seán Mc Kenna (’15), Damian Shaw (’14), Seán Lacey (‘09,’10,’11,’12,’13) Martin O Loughlin (’07,’08), Matt Slattery (’03). The race will have a neutralised start from Manor West Hotel, sponsors of the Tralee Manor West Bicycle Club and will be the main venue and headquarters for the race. Departure from the hotel will be at 12:15 pm sharp…The online entry below

Sunday 8th March: The Ras Maigheo A4 Race, Westport Leisure Centre, Westport, Mayo 12 am, promoted by Westport Covey Wheelers Cycling Club

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