The ????????? ?? and ???? ??????? ???????? races take place this coming weekend.
More details and online entry are on the links below.
? Killinchy GP
? Saturday 12 March
? John Haldane Memorial RR
? Sunday 13 March
?‍♀️ Both events are also rounds of the Ulster Women’s League.
We are very pleased to announce this year’s Women’s Cycling Ulster League!?
We can’t wait to see our regulars and welcome all newcomers to our fabulous sport.
All event links will be shared on this page.
All races will have women’s race-specific lead car and commissaire
Please remember that a Limited Competition or Full Competition license is needed to enter.
Any questions, please send us a message

Consistency is the key to doing well in Cycling Ulster Women’s league.
Points for the Cycling Ulster Women’s League will be awarded as follows:
1st 20 points
2nd 18 points
3rd 16 points
4th 14 points
5th 12 points
6th 10 points
7th 9 points
8th 8 points
9th 7 points
10th 6 points
Everyone else gets 4 points.

We are delighted to introduce this year’s Women on Wheels clubs. It’s time to dust off the bike in the shed, dig out your helmet and join our fabulous local clubs for an introduction to road cycling that will increase your fitness, improve your bike skills and have plenty of fun along the way.
Registration costs £37/€41 and includes a Cycling Ireland Leisure membership until the end of 2022.
Each club has different training nights so please check out the links below. And remember #itsnotarace*

Strabane Lifford C.C.
Ards Cycling Club
Clones Cycling Club
North Pole Cycling Club
Breffni Wheelers & DB Cycling Club
Apollo Cycling Team
Square Wheels CC

Cycling Ulster Women’s Commission is pleased to offer Ulster women the chance to join Glynn O’Brien from Vitus First Tracks for a half-day session covering all things enduro, with 3 dates to choose from!
This is not for beginners or those new to MTB (we have sessions coming up for you) but for anyone with or thinking of a race entry this year! Places are limited and are 50% subsidised by Cycling Ulster Women’s Commission through funding provided by Cycling Ulster.