FERGAL MAY punched the air at the thought of the A2 upgrade he had just earned himself at the Donamon GP in Roscommon on Sunday.
Flat roads, a small field of 60 and 80k distance made the Donamon Dynamos' event a fierce come down from the previous weekend's Ras Dhun na nGall.
It looked a walk in the park for the A3 points board leader, but preparations ...
INTER-CLUB League headed to Sally Gap on Thursday night last and it proved a mountain of victory for the purple jersey.
In a handicap, Limit Rider Colly Murray reached the summit first, followed by team mate Darren Guy and Rob Baer back in fourth.
Murray attributed much of his glory to tall-man Guy, who mistakenly took up the role of domestique early ...
On Friday, June 5, 2015, eight men left Dublin for Donegal, armed with bicycles and purple jerseys. What awaited them was wind. Some hills. More wind. Bigger hills. Birthday cake. And a mountain.
Here's the action as it happened from directeur sportif Brian Hayden...
June 6, 9.27am, Let the wind commence.
RAS Dhun Na nGall - stage 1. A very ...
ST TIERNAN'S riders have spoken out against controversial new roles being shoe-horned into Saturday club spins.
Last weekend a small group set out for a small ride at a small pace and expected their only stressful moment to be choosing which cake to eat at the coffee stop.
However, it soon became clear that the ride leader, David Corr, had other ideas ...