1. The Mac’s(& Mc’s) have it!

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    If you rode on Corncrake last night to be on the winning podium your name either starts with Mac or Mc…as all three riders on the podium are sons or daughters in the gaelic sense…. The first man home Alan MacNamee firstly encountered his wife Jackie then had to contend with two more Mc’s/Mac’s(Mc Cormack […]

  2. Race of truth win for Lyons

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    The race of truth was tough…no lies… Over a testing 19km course beginning and finishing at Gregorys Garage near Newtownmountkennedy, an undulating course was set over a climbing route which required both stamina and determination. A man with buckets of both in store, was Glen Lyons who saw off the challenges of two TT specialists, […]

  3. Prologue Time Trial Results

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    Round 1 of the racing league featured an opening race of truth over a short sprint of 3.9 miles on the Kilmacanogue training circuit…The winner in-form vets rider Paul Cullinan held off multiple champion Dave Peelo by a mere 16 seconds…here’s to a great season coming up over the course of the next 11 races… […]

  4. Deadly Doris Does It His Way

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      A big and belated congratulations to evergreen and ever keen John Doris, who finished one place short of the podium at The Cross Country 50+ Championships over the weekend. John went into the race as Leinster Champion having been a well deserved winner in Kells, Co Meath during November. Earlier during 2018 John clocked […]

  5. Making Sorrento Great Again

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    A Sunday in Hell…a night of movies,bikes and a book…its nearly sold out! Taking place in the Mermaid Arts Centre this Monday 5th November. In 1976 a little-known Danish film maker, Jorgen Leth, embarked on an ambitious project to capture the spirit of cycling’s toughest and cruellest Classic, Paris-Roubaix, in a new and epic way. […]

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