St. Tiernan’s is a mens’ and womens’ road cycling club based in the Dundrum/Sandyford area of South Dublin, Ireland. Established in 1984 as an adventure and touring club, it has grown into a popular road cycling club, with a strong focus on racing and leisure cycling. We participate in open racing, inter-club league racing, touring events, international sportives and organised cycling group rides, with our showpiece event of the year being the Laragh Classic Road Race in County Wicklow. We welcome new members all year round, with our club spins running every Saturday morning at 09:00 (9:30 in winter) from the entrance to the Park Vale Estate, Sandyford Road. In winter we also depart from the carpark on Taylor's Lane, Rathfarnham . We try to cater for as many levels of experience as we can. See the New Members Section for more details. If you would like get involved or would like more information about the club please do not hesitate to contact us. We’ll be happy to give you any assistance we can. In the meantime, ride happy.
If you want to go long in 2015, you are not alone. Come along to Uncle Tom's Cabin in Dundrum on Monday, January 12 to find out more about St. Tiernan's touring targets. Starts at 8pm.
Our Saturday, January 10th spin will see all groups come together to ride 100-120km in a set time, reaching the midway stop at set time too. Read More.
Gears are for the weak. We are planning a club day at the Sundrive Velodrome. Watch this space.