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.  It’s early December 2016 and we are in a restaurant and after a few glasses…or ... More

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 Quinn The winner of the Gold Sprints competition held on the night was Marc Farrelly. ... More

2018 Membership

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

My Rás, by James Quinn.

Here it is at last, the Race Report to end all Race Reports. My Rás, by James Quinn. More

Ras 2017: Stage Eight – Men of the Ras

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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 hopefully ensure a large group to ride home in. That went to plan, but the pace didn't. ... More

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 damage everywhere else too. James Quinn was caught on the wrong side of the elastic ... More

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 Letterkenny. The team had four riders in the main bunch on reaching Buncrana for the ... More