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  • May 18, 2018

    Friends First St. Tiernans return to the Rás Tailteann for 2018

    For the second year running, St. Tiernans Cycing Club will be represented in Irelands only Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) categorised race, the 66th edition of the Rás Tailteann. Recounted by many current pro tour riders as an ...more
  • April 10, 2018

    Rás Mumhan 2018

    I’d be lying if I didn’t say that Munster has a special place in my heart and even more so the Cork and Kerry Mountains so when a spare man with limited skills was required for support down at the 2018 Rás Mumhan, I decided I was ...more
  • April 3, 2018

    Easter Fleche Ride Report

    Report from Michael Kelly on The Easter Fleche. Audax, is in brief, a type of endurance focused cycling event which is roughly, orienteering on a bike.  Unlike sportive events it is entirely self supported and there are no vehicles ...more
  • February 20, 2018

    Wexford Training Weekend 2018

    The club once again travelled down to Carrigbyrne for the annual training weekend. We are very grateful once again to our kind host Dr Bart Curtis. An enthusiastic group assembled for the cold weather training camp which has become an ...more
  • December 20, 2017

    Randonneur Round the Year 2017 – Our Stories

    Asjid’s Experience. “Let’s do the Randonneur Round the Year challenge for next year” said Dave.  Esmonde duly replied, “Yes, I’m up for that”, then they both looked at me, “Yeah, why not”, what else could I have said. ...more
  • 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
  • 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


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