Women of all ability levels are invited to register and take part in a training ride in Navan, Co. Meath ???? Riders will also meet and hear from Eve McCrystal & Annalise Murphy…info on https://www.cyclingireland.ie/news-item/cycling-ireland-womens-commission-2023-calendar-strategy-and-training-day-/

This event takes place on the 12th of March 2023. Race Headquarters Newry City football ground in Greenbank industrial estate. A1/2 Race (short Handicapp) 9.30 & A3 Race 9.30 & A4 Race 9.30 & Ladies Race 9.15am Entry details on https://eventmaster.ie/event/q3rktP7SQq

Ards Cycling Club’s Tour of Ards classic road race will start in Portaferry and consist of a challenging race over 68 miles for the legendary Tommy Brown Memorial Trophy. This year, the course has been moved to the quieter roads of the lower Ards Penninsula. The Race HQ is Portaferry GAC (3 Ballyfounder Rd, BT22 1NS), and the race will finish on Windmill Hill (near the race HQ) There will be generous cash prizes for first 6 places, plus prizes for first Junior and first A3 rider. Sign-on is from 9am at Race HQ, and the race will roll-out at 10am. Entry on https://eventmaster.ie/event/mwvzSyVFM8 only!!

The Cycling Ulster Road Commission are planning to send a team of Elite/U23 Men to the Rás Mumhan at Easter. Riders who would like to represent the province should submit an expression of interest by emailing Frank Campbell (frsports1960@gmail.com) by 19th March. All info and criteria >> http://www.cyclingulster.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/CU-RM2023.pdf

On the back of our announcement that we are partnering with BGN Sports Management to deliver
the iconic Victus Tour of Ulster, we are excited to make a further announcement that the Victus Tour
of Ulster will be Ireland’s first carbon neutral road race.The Tour of Ulster is a national event cycle race that takes place on May Day Bank Holiday weekend, and for decade’s one of the monuments of cycling on the island of Ireland. The event has retained Victus Energy as the title partner and has moved to a new home in County Cavan for 2023. Featuring
a mix of elevation changes, this challenging race takes riders through some of the most beautiful and
challenging terrain in Ulster whilst attracting the top riders from around Europe. More info on http://www.cyclingulster.com/2023-victus-tour-of-ulster-irelands-first-carbon-neutral-road-race/

Soon be details on https://www.facebook.com/groups/killinchycycling/permalink/5860642080717043