DID Dunboyne’s Mark Dowling finished the season with a commanding victory in Sunday’s Friends First Laragh Classic, earning himself a Leinster Championships Gold Medal in a sodden County Wicklow.
Dowling, who is now aiming for a valuable race in Taiwan, was clear of the main pack in a five-man breakaway when ...
JAMES QUINN primed himself to represent St. Tiernan's in Sunday's Friends First Laragh Classic with victory in the ParcelZone Ice Cream Hill Climb on Friday night.
The course took the riders up from Kilternan to Glencullen, a short pedal away from reward at the Ice Cream Van - and hot whiskeys in Johnnie Foxes.
ATTACK, attack, attack, was the policy for St. Tiernan's seven-strong A3 National Championships team in Mayo on Sunday - and it nearly paid off.
Last year's team secured the team championship prize, Martin Vereker finishing fourth, John McGettigan ninth and Richie Gallagher 25th. McGettigan and Gallagher lined up once ...
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 ...
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.
A great start to the ICL last night and some great results for the Club.
A full turn out by all marshals and safe racing by the riders. A total of 104 riders signed on (including marshals) with approx. 86 riders racing.
Results are as follows:
1) Damien Heffernan STCC
2) Dave Bolger LCRC
3) Eamon Newton ...
A CRASH in the final 3km of Irish Road Club's Gorey Three Day ruined Club Champ John McGettigan's hopes of a high GC placing.
McGettigan had stormed up to within the top 25 after finishing in the bunch on Saturday's run to Craanford and knocking out an 8'19" time-trial on Sunday morning.
Holding strong in the bunch ...
HE just keeps getting better! After a storming TT Fergal May took fourth in the 2015 Rás Maigh Eó, just edged off the podium by Dick O'Brien from Orwell Wheeler.
He is now one point shy of A2 and claims he was not 100 per cent all weekend, as he continues to gear up for Irish Road Club's Gorey 3 Day on the Easter ...