Aquablue's Keith Gater lifted the Friends First Laragh Classic Cobble, after a grueling three-man breakaway in the final race of the season.
His two breakaway companions Sean McKenna and Damien Shaw completed the podium of the A1/A2 event, a first for the Laragh Classic card.
August 29, 2014 - FERGAL MAY and Lawrence Clifford were the St. Tiernan's winners on Tuesday night as the 2014 Inter-club League concluded at Black Bull.
The race around the Green Sheds circuit and finishing at the cottages was a clean sweep for Lucan, but May retained his second-place position behind UCD's Sean McKenna ...
. . .King of the Hills Alan Cody
In an occasional series we'll be delving into the lives and times of some of our most prized members by getting them to answer key questions. If you have ideas for additional, important questions please email email@example.com
1. What do you do to pay for your bikes?
I pay dearly ...
August 25, 2014 - Top time-triallist Fergal May surpassed all expectations last weekend when taking 12 points from the Stafford Wholesale Wexford Two Day in Camaross.
On a hilly, warm stage one, which took many by surprise, May worked hard in the A3 race to land seventh behind Dublin University's Brendan Murphy, ...
Martin Vereker led St. Tiernan’s to a brilliant A3 National Championships Team win in Blarney, despite two crashes on a course described only using expletives
Supported by Dermot Doherty and his son William, Vereker was joined by a formidable squad for the maillot violet in Richie Gallagher, Fergal May, John McGetti...
August 17, 2014 - In-form Martin Vereker led St. Tiernan's to a brilliant A3 National Championships Team win in Blarney today, despite two crashes on a course described only using expletives
Supported by Dermot Doherty and his son William, Vereker was joined by a formidable squad for the maillot violet in Richie ...
August 14, 2014 - With one month until our Friends First Laragh Classic we have been spending a bit of time in our host town - and liking it, a lot.
Laragh is a passing-through kind of town; on a bike, you're often either going up the mountain or recovery from coming down it. It's a refuge.
It's a place to refuel, ...
August 9, 2014 - Saturday was a Sally Gap kind of day, which is good, because that's where The Routemaster wanted to steer his ship, as reporter-rider David Corr found out.
SEVEN headed out from Parkvale at 9am and we were down to five at Enniskerry.
The five left Enniskerry for Powerscourt but ...