The Heaney Motor Company goes into the 5th year of supporting the project!
Heaney Motor Company is based in the village of Swatragh, Northern Ireland, we carry out the restoration & maintenance of classic cars with Mercedes Benz being the core of our business. All info can be found on http://www.mercedesrestoration.co/ & https://www.facebook.com/Heaney-Motor-Company-103551389738289
Why choose us? Very friendly and homely atmosphere & Personalised service – will always go the extra-mile & Willing to spend time with customers & One of the longest established restoration businesses in the UK and we stock a superb selection of classic cars for sale...for info email@example.com
Victory Chimp is already in its 7th year of supporting the project…ex-main sponsor and now valuable technical support to our website (also the web builder)
Cycling apparel to make you smile. Based at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains in the North of Ireland, our products are dreamed up on these wild and beautiful roads and worked out back in the studio. With integrated Banana Positioning Technology™.
Founded in 2014, Victory Chimp began life as the creative outlet of Northern Irish freelance designer, illustrator and bike rider, Ryan O’Reilly. When not busy at his desk, Ryan would either be scribbling down his own ideas or riding around the country on his bike. When the latter started exerting an overwhelming influence on the former, Victory Chimp was born. Shop and all info on https://www.victorychimp.cc/ & https://www.facebook.com/victorychimp
CYCLING ULSTER …A decade of support already received and renewed support in 2022!!
Cycling Ulster is the provincial governing body for the nine counties of Ulster and is affiliated to the national governing body for the island of Ireland, Cycling Ireland. We have over 130 clubs and 8000 members across the province. We are involved in all disciplines of the sport, both competitive and leisure, and cater for all age groups. Our Mission Statement “Cycling Ulster has a mission to support and develop cyclists of all ages, disciplines and abilities, to grow membership and clubs and to advocate for safer cycling, better facilities and improved infrastructure” For more info go to http://www.cyclingulster.com/ & https://www.facebook.com/Cycling-Ulster-Official-1047686635309396