Junior Women Target National Medal Success

The 2019 Junior National Track Championships takes place this weekend at Sundrive Velodrome (Saturday 11th May) with one of the strongest entry lists in recent years. Some of Irelands best female track riders will compete in four events (2k Pursuit / Sprint / Scratch 7.5k / 500m TT ) with 12 National Medals up for contention. Clodagh Ní Ghallchóir, Hannah Tilly, Lara Gillespie & Maeve Gallagher all won National Medals in 2018 as first […]

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O’Donnell At The Helm After Dramatic Stage In Deenside

Lucy O’Donnell (Kanturk CC) blasted her way back into the League Leaders Jersey on Round 5 of the Intermediate League in Deenside on Sunday (April 28th). O’Donnel had been in pole position after her win in Newcastle West , however Elia Tutty (T.C. Racing) had opened up a Two Point advantage at the top going into the Deenside Cup. On the day O’Donnell went clear on the first time up the […]

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Tutty In Pole Position For The Deenside Cup

Round 5 of the Women’s Commissions Intermediate League will be hosted by Deenside Wheelers this Sunday (April 28th). Elia Tutty holds a Two Point advantage over a chasing pack going into the Deenside Cup on Sunday. The TC Racing Team Junior leads from Sinead Molloy, Lucy O’Donnell, Claire Ní Reachtagain, Yvonne Doran, and the in-form Autumn Collins (Winner of Stage 1, & Back to Back Wins in Orwell/Appleby Women’s League). […]

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GRIFFIN WINS NATIONAL ROAD SERIES IN BLARNEY

April 15, 2019 –   In the Women’s National Road Series race (the Fiona Meade Trophy) only 18 of the 26 starters saw out the 72km in tough wintery conditions. Irish international Mia Griffin won the final sprint from her two breakaway companions. The rider from Glenmore in Kilkenny set a new national Women’s Team Pursuit record earlier this year at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Poland, and […]

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Women’s Downhill Skills Development Day – Rostrevor 27th April

Racing Downhill Mountain Biking this year and looking to improve your riding skills? The Women’s Commission of Cycling Ireland are hosting an downhill skills development day in Rostrevor Forest Park on the 27th of April 2019. This event is for female riders looking to progress their racing and technical skills in downhill mountain biking. Multiple Irish National Downhill Champion Colin Ross will be on hand to analyse your technique and […]

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New Trophy & Leaders Jersey For NRS In Blarney

April 10, 2019 – BLARNEY CYCLING CLUB plays host to the second round of the Cycling Ireland National Road Series this Sunday, where the 2019 Leaders Jerseys will be unveiled, and a brand new trophy is on offer in the Women’s Race. The Donal Crowley Memorial Road Race now carries great prestige for women with the creation of the Fiona Meade Perpetual Trophy to honour the former National Road Race Champion, […]

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Youth Tour Of Scotland 2019

The Women’s Commission supported an Orwell Wheelers selection in the Youth Tour Of Scotland (April 5th to 8th) with our Rider Race Bursary . The Youth Tour of Scotland is Scottish Cycling’s flagship youth stage race event. The race takes place in the beautiful Perthshire countryside.    Read Rider Race Reports From Caoimhe May & Katie Reilly Below. CAOIMHE MAY: “This year we left on Thursday afternoon rather than Friday morning […]

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Tutty Takes Control As Molloy Wins Stage In Bohermeen

Sinead Molloy (Tullamore CC) led home a mass Bunch Sprint to win Round 4 of the Intermediate League in Bohermeen on Sunday (April 7th). Molloy outsprinted Claire Ní Reachtagain (Sundrive Track Team) and Elia Tutty (TC Racing) in a close and hard fought battle to the line. Yvonne Doran (Orwell Wheelers) looked to be finishing 4th, but she was caught on the line after a late charge by Ewa Kuras […]

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Shootout At The Waller Cup

Eighty Women have competed in the opening three rounds of the Women’s Commission Intermediate League , and we have three riders tied at the top on Five Points going into Round 4 on Sunday . Click Here For Full League Table: Lucy O’Donnell (Kanturk CC) leads on count back from Autumn Collins (Torelli-Assure-Madison) , but Elia Tutty (TC Racing) still has an option of a possible Bonus Point . With […]

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Enduro Skills Development Day – 22nd April 2019 Tollymore

Racing Enduro Mountain Biking this year and looking to improve your riding skills? The Women’s Commission of Cycling Ireland are hosting an enduro skills development day in Tollymore on the 22nd of April 2019. This event is for female riders looking to progress their racing and technical skills in enduro mountain biking. Glyn O’Brien from First Tracks Coaching will be on hand to analyse your technique and instruct you on […]

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YOUNG BUOYED BY NATIONAL ROAD SERIES VICTORY

March 31, 2019 Former cyclist of the year Grace Young won the first round of the Cycling Ireland National Road Series in Carlow on Sunday. In the historically challenging Des Hanlon Classic, Young achieved a landmark win. Young is returning to the form shown when crowned 2016 Irish Female Cyclist of the Year. Now riding for STRATA3 VeloRevolution Racing Team, Young won a bunch sprint to land the 67km race, […]

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Big Names Lined Up For Des Hanlon Classic

Author: Jessica Lamb (March 26, 2019) Cycling Ireland’s premier domestic road racing league, the National Road Series, begins on Sunday in Carlow with the historic Des Hanlon Memorial Classic. In excess of 30 riders are bound for the 67km Women’s National Road Series leg hosted and promoted by the Cycling Ireland Road Commission . The Women’s National Road Series event could be the biggest ever Women’s ‘Des Hanlon Classic’ field, […]

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