DERMOT DOHERTY and Richie Gallagher felt the wrath of the Irish spring in Dundalk on Sunday, where Cuchulainn CC threw their annual Traders Cup party.
While Gallagher's early break in the A race came unstuck after 30km, Doherty went away with 15 riders the first time past Ardee in the A4 event and when they swept ...
September 2, 2014 - Long distance specialist Helen Kerrane has landed a spot on Dundrum shop Joe Daly Cycles' team for next week's Ras na mBan.
The place became available after a reshuffle in the Irish squad, when Belgian-based Michelle Geoghegan replaced Lauren Creamer, who stood down to focus on recovery to prepare ...
August 25, 2014 - Top time-triallist Fergal May surpassed all expectations last weekend when taking 12 points from the Stafford Wholesale Wexford Two Day in Camaross.
On a hilly, warm stage one, which took many by surprise, May worked hard in the A3 race to land seventh behind Dublin University's Brendan Murphy, ...
August 17, 2014 - In-form Martin Vereker led St. Tiernan's to a brilliant A3 National Championships Team win in Blarney today, despite two crashes on a course described only using expletives
Supported by Dermot Doherty and his son William, Vereker was joined by a formidable squad for the maillot violet in Richie ...
July 3, 2014 - Congratulations to Adam Greally, who won the final stage of the Tour of Omagh and took third in General Classification at the three-day race for A4s.
Well done also to James Kelly, who was hot on Adam's heels taking 21st. Adam and James were supported by Directeur Sportif John Malone with the rest of the ...
Race 1 Scratch Semi Scratch Handicap 25 riders:
1.Sean McKenna UCD 11pts
2.Shane Baker IRC 10pts
3.John Caffrey LCRC 9pts
Semi Scratch Placings:
1.Mark Mearns LCRC 11pts
2.Phil Browne IRC 10 pts
3.Conn Mc Dunphy LCRC 9 pts
4.Martin Vereker STCC 8pts
5.Declan Looby IRC 7 pts
6.Martin McNamara 6 pts
Race 2 ...
The STCC Laragh Classic was a sell out two days before the actual event but there was never going to be a full complement of riders entering the race due to the deteriorating weather that many riders woke up to on Sunday morning. It had everything a true Classic required, a course that demanded respect and aggressive ...
We would like to thank all the riders who took on the inaugural Laragh Classic, the first open race hosted by St. Tiernan's Cycling Club in over 20 years.
without the help of all the STCC members who worked for hours in awful weather to ensure it was a safe race.
Results and photos are below, we will add more photos ...