Photo courtesy of the Victus Tour of Ulster Website

The 2022 Victus Tour of Ulster will only be open to teams. Teams shall consist of a minimum of three riders and a maximum of five riders.
Club Teams – No more than 1 guest rider will be permitted on any team with a maximum of 4 riders, and 2 guest riders on a team of 5.
Composite Team – A team not being a National, Provincial or County selection made up of riders from more than one club. The team name should not be the name of any club represented on the team.
All riders on the same team must wear identical jerseys. Riders competing on a team as a guest rider or on a composite team must have a letter of authority from their own club permitting them to ride on the composite team or as a guest rider for another club, this must be presented to the Commissaire President at rider registration prior to Stage 1.
County Teams – All riders on the same team must wear identical jerseys. A rider whose team is entered in the event may only be included in a Composite Team or as a guest rider where his club team has the maximum number of riders entered as allowed under the Specific Race Regulations for the event. (T1.5)
Entry will be £90 per rider … ENTER online ONLY:
Entries are now open and will remain open until Friday 22 April 2022. Entries are non-refundable and will only be transferable until Friday 22 April 2022 at 12noon!!

Stage 1 (Saturday): The first stage of this year’s Victus Tour of Ulster departs from Banbridge in County Down at Midday, covering 6 laps of a 27km circuit totaling 162km. The race passes by Loughbrickland, Rathfriland, and Annaclone each lap before finishing on Rathfriland Road on the outskirts of Banbridge at around 3.30 pm. Elevation 1674m

Stage 2 (Sunday) departs at the earlier time of 10 am, covering 6 laps of a 25.2km circuit totaling 151km. The race passes through Annaclone, Katesbridge, and Corbet each lap before finishing on Castlewellan Road at around 1.30 pm. Elevation 1380m

Stage 3 (Monday) departs at 10 am covering 6 laps of a 16.4km circuit, with a total distance of 98km. the race is expected to finish on Castlewellan Road at 1.30 pm

Looking forward to being the MC of the Tour…Victus Energy is a loyal “sponsor in kind” of the Belgian Project and pleased I can help…more in the next few weeks..till then (Photo Caroline Kerley 2019)