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What's Happening April

05/05/2016
What's Happening April
Recently Cycling Ireland issued a statement regarding the Risks of Caffeine Supplementation in Under 18s 

See HERE for updates from the Board of Cycling Ireland including the Use of Disc Brakes in Road Races 


We also announced our EGM for Saturday 18th June.


Sprocket Rocket - A lot of Sprocket Rocket activity kicking off in 2016 Find out More


Active Schools Week and Sprocket Rocket - Case Study 


This month the National Youth Academy is heading to France. Team and Schedule.


Have you heard about the Race Around Ireland? Check out HERE what it is all about. Follow the JOURNEY of two competitors Lisa Jacob and Nikki Dorey.


Don't forget the closing date for the An Post Cycle Series Competition is the 9th May! Get those entries in. 


This year Bike Fest takes place on Sunday the 19th June in St. Anne's Park. Details HERE


Cycling Coaches - are you interested in a Nutrition Seminar? Find out more here


In April the National Track Championships kicked off in Sundrive Velodrome with the Junior Track Champs


Throughout April Offroad riders competed overseas, find out how they got on HERE


Check out these DATES FOR YOUR DIARY


Alimay Sports, our Official Retail Partner offer advice on the Best Tyre for Sportives


Don’t forget! Use your licence number to claim your €20 Online Bike Shop Voucher and €50 Bike Fit Studio Voucher today!


Best of luck to the Irish Paracyclists competing in the UCI Para Road World Cup in South Africa this weekend.

Are you living in Dublin or Limerick? Get your city further up the ranking for the month of May by registering the miles you cycle in the European Cycling Challenge?
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