. . .Newcomer of the Year 2014 Lawrence Clifford
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
1. What do you do to pay for your bikes?
I would do anything for bikes, ...
AIDAN DUFF, the 1994 Junior Tour winner who began his career with St Tiernan's Cycling Club, has donated a €1,100 bike to Sunday's Junior Tour Trust draw.
The former international is now the representative of Focus Bikes in Ireland and has joined forces with BikeWorx in Celbridge to offer a Focus Culebro 3 to one lucky draw winner at this weekend's ...
GERMAN import Constantin Bartels scrambled to third on a grueling day at the National Cyclocross Championships in Swords on Sunday.
Bartels, lining up for the jersey in the non-nationals - or international - race with Jessica Lamb, fought Team Worc's Cian May and former Friends First Laragh Classic winner Paul O'Reilly around the hilly, technical course, ...
SATURDAY was Reliability Trial day and some proved more reliable than others on a morning colloquially renamed as Trial by Wind.
It was the first Reliability Trial in St. Tiernan's calendar and the clear day drew out more than 20 riders for the 125k jaunt through Kildare. A puncture minutes from the start knocked the leading group's reliability points to ...
HELEN KERRANE, made famous on these pages by her heroic performance on the Red Line, Red Lane Audax, has joined the ranks of the Super Randonneurs.
Kerrane, awarded St. Tiernan's Tourer of the Year in 2014, was added to a group of just 16 riders when completing the required 200km, 300km, 400km and 600km audaxes to become one of Ireland's Super Randonn...