Train & Race At The Manchester Velodrome

Train & Race At The Manchester Velodrome

The Manchester Velodrome (National Cycling Centre) was Britain’s first indoor Olympic cycling track, and since it opened in 1994, has achieved the status as the World’s finest and fastest track. The Women’s Commission will be travelling in January (7th / ...

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Record Numbers Head to Alkmaar for Girls Training Camp

Record Numbers Head to Alkmaar for Girls Training Camp

  Report: Alkmaar 2017 Girls Track Camp  Fri 10th – 12 November 2017 Biggest ever group travels to the Netherlands Cycling Ireland’s Youth Development Programme continues apace following last weekend’s successful trip to the Alkmaar Velodrome in the Netherlands. A ...

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Cycling Ireland Awards Night 2017

Cycling Ireland Awards Night 2017

26th November 2017 The cream of Irish cycling flocked to Santry last night for one of the biggest events on the Cycling Ireland calendar – the Cycling Ireland Awards Night. The annual event is a true celebration of the Irish ...

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Dunlevy is crowned champion at Sussex Sports Awards

Dunlevy is crowned champion at Sussex Sports Awards

Katie-Georg Dunlevy was absolutely delighted to win the Disabled Sports Personality of the year in Sussex on Saturday Night  –  Then as the final awards were announced she was completely overwhelmed to discover that she had also won the Sports ...

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Beginner Mountain Bike Skills Session – Saturday 2nd December

Beginner Mountain Bike Skills Session – Saturday 2nd December

Starting off mountain biking and like to learn some basic skills? Cycling Ireland Women’s Commission is hosting a skills session in Ticknock Mountain Bike Forest, Co Dublin on Saturday the 2nd of December for beginner female mountain bikers. Learn: How ...

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Stewart Progressing Well In Sprint Events:

Stewart Progressing Well In Sprint Events:

12th November 2017   Robyn Stewart finished 27th in the Sprint event today – qualifying for the 1/16th match sprint finals in the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Manchester, UK. In the Sprint Stewart is progressing with each race ...

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New Women’s Cycling Website : Have Your Say.

New Women’s Cycling Website : Have Your Say.

The New Website for the Women’s Commission Of Cycling Ireland will be going Live soon , including a new layout with quicker access to , & a better focus on all disciplines of our sport . We will also have ...

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Gurley & Boylan 4th In Madison

Gurley & Boylan 4th In Madison

11th November 2017 The Madison pairing of Lydia Gurley and Lydia Boylan narrowly missed the podium, finishing fourth in the second Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup on the 2017/2018 calendar. The duo jumped from sixth to fourth in the ...

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Positive Rule Changes For Youth Women

Positive Rule Changes For Youth Women

The Women’s Commission are delighted to announce that both our Motions (arising from the Women’s Forum) were passed today after some debate at the Cycling Ireland AGM in Newry. We would like to thank our delegates , and all who ...

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Attacking Start To World Cup In Manchester

Attacking Start To World Cup In Manchester

11th November 2017 Action kicked off in Manchester yesterday for Ireland in the second Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup on the 2017/2018 calendar, with two Irish women in action. Lydia Boylan finished the Omnium in 15th place, after a ...

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Talent ID Riders Added To Squad For World Cup In Manchester

Talent ID Riders Added To Squad For World Cup In Manchester

9th November 2017 This weekend will see Irish riders compete in the second Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup on the 2017/2018 calendar, which takes place in Manchester, UK. A significant change to the Irish team for this week’s World ...

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Cyclocross Training Day for All Levels – Saturday 18th November

Cyclocross Training Day for All Levels – Saturday 18th November

Interested in trying Cyclocross? Already racing but looking to improve your skills? The Women’s Commission are organizing a training day to encourage more women to get involved in cyclocross, and improve their skills. Irish National Cyclocross Champion Beth McCluskey and ...

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