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  • October 23, 2017

    End of Season Awards

    Presenting the winners from our end of season awards night held recently in The Dropping Well. Newcomer of the year: Mike Murphy Tourer of the year: Esmonde Keane Racer of the year: Adam Greally Club person of the year: James ...more
  • 2018 Membership
    October 20, 2017

    2018 Membership

    We are currently closed to new members but please email our Secretary if you would like to be put on the waiting list.more
  • August 2, 2017

    My Rás, by James Quinn.

    Here it is at last, the Race Report to end all Race Reports. My Rás, by James Quinn. more
  • May 27, 2017

    Ras 2017: Stage Seven - Here comes the rain

    ALL the good weather was used up in Donegal and on waking on the morning of Stage Seven, grey skies and torrential rain awaited - all the way to Ardee. There was one categorised climb to deal with and getting over that intact would ...more
  • May 26, 2017

    Ras 2017: Stage Six - Yellow socks on Glengesh

    AFTER yesterday’s epic, it would surely calm down on Stage Six? The race to Donegal town did indeed begin calmly, with a non-GC break establishing after a few minutes. For the ones looking for a day of respite this was a positive. ...more
  • May 25, 2017

    Ras 2017: Stage Five - Teamwork beats fading time and soaring temps

    WHEN the line-outs start after 10 of the day's 180km on the year's hottest afternoon so far, you know it’s going to be a big one. The race up front has been completely torn apart in Donegal, and what it takes to make that happen did ...more
  • May 24, 2017

    Ras 2017: Stage Four - The meeting of Mamore

    WHAT do we say about a day like Stage Four on the 2017 Ras? The race started like it finished yesterday - a frantic pace with close to 50km covered in the first hour - the speedometers were touching 90kmph at one point coming into ...more
  • May 23, 2017

    Ras 2017: Stage Three - Redefining 'easy' as flat roads run out

    THE story of day three on Ras 2017 was line-outs, and then more line-outs. It was one of the ‘easy’ days that don’t actually exist in the Rás. A flat day that was initially viewed as a transition day, before the road goes up in ...more
  • May 22, 2017

    Ras 2017: Stage Two - Cross-winding and line-outing to Westport

    DAY two of Ras 2017 down and it was a tough one. True to the form of the Rás, a fairly innocuous looking day is one that can take the most out of you, and the wind that crossed the route from Longford to Newport today, did just that. ...more

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