Annie Roche won the Under 14 Youth National Cycle-cross Championships on Sunday (Jan 28th). She finished well clear of her nearest rivals in the Under 14 girls’ race. Read Her Rider Race Report Below: “On the Sunday 28th of January the day we were all waiting on , finally came around it was cyclocross nationals. The weather was calm dry but had a bit of a cross wind. The course […]Read more
Agnieszka Wozniak is the latest top rider to offer her help to the Women’s Commissions Girls Mentoring Program in Munster. A former Junior on the Polish National Team , Agnieszka (Cork County CC) will lead out the girls on 4th of February in Cork , She is passionate about women’s racing “there are so many women racing in Poland so there are always stand alone women’s races at all […]Read more
What is Track Cycling ? Track Cycling is an exhilarating bicycle racing sport usually held on specially built banked tracks or velodromes using track bicycles. The bicycles are fixed gear bikes with no brakes, the bike is propelled or slowed down by the pedal strokes of the cyclist. In Ireland there are three outdoor velodromes: Eamonn Ceannt Park, Sundrive Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12 Orangefield, Belfast Kanturk, Co. Cork Despite not having an […]Read more
Starting off mountain biking and like to learn some basic skills? Interested in hitting the trails over the winter? Galway MTB and Cycling Ireland Women’s Commission are hosting a mountain bike skills session in Derraura Mountain Bike Forest, Co Galway on Saturday the 27th of January for beginner female cyclists. Learn: How to set up your mountain bike Braking and gearing Cornering Moving about on the bike Basic skills including […]Read more
Welcome to womenscycling.ie where we hope you find all you want to know about women’s cycling in Ireland.Our aim is to be a central point of contact for the women’s cycling community in Ireland. Whether you want to get started, try your first race or keep up to date with what’s going on you’ll find everything you need to know here.
Womenscycling.ie is run by the Women’s Commission of Ireland, a voluntary group of women who want to develop women’s cycling in Ireland. The Commission receives support from Cycling Ireland; however the members of the Commission are volunteers, who have been involved in cycling for a number of years.Read more
The Women’s Commission training camp (Thursday 15th February – Sat 17th February) has been added as a selection event for the New Cycling Ireland Youth National Development Program – all riders that would like to be considered for selection should attend. Final Booking Friday 9th February: The first of three scheduled Youth training camps will take place during the mid-term break, from Thursday 15th February – Sat 17th February. While […]Read more