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Quest Lough Derg 2019: Race Report

Quest Lough Derg 2019: Race Report The emotion felt the day after Quest Lough Derg is relief more than anything else. This was the ‘A race’ of the season for me and with that comes a lot of pressure. Add to the mix the ‘local race’ angle and I am just glad to get away with a victory. The manner of the victory was an added bonus – I pretty much went solo from start to finish. The race went…

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Club Updates: 25/08/19

Club Updates: 25/08/19 This week is the final week of official club training as we take our well earned end of season break. This post will also be the last club update until we return in October. We are hoping to have an End of Year Cycle next weekend. Day and time are still to be chosen, but you can be sure it will be a long day on the saddle but at least the club will pay for everything…

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Club Updates: 19/08/19

Club Updates: 19/08/19 And then there were 2! Just two more weeks are now left of official club training before we take a well earned end of season rest. Speeds are slow as club members wind down, so it is an ideal time for newcomers to join us for a spin and get to know the group. If you plan on making big cycling improvements next year then make the move today. On the racing front it was a quiet…

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Off The Bloom 2019 – Adventure Race Report

Off The Bloom 2019 – Adventure Race Report Shane and Gary made a return to the adventure racing scene in the latest race of the National Series in Kinnitty, Co. Offaly. It was a local race so the lads had a pretty good idea what was in store and they managed to secure another 1, 2 finish for the club. It was quite a tactical race but in the second half of the race, when others wilted, the lads had…

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Club Updates: 12/09/19

Club Updates: 12/09/19 We have just 3 more weeks of regular training left before we take our end of season break. The intensity of our training sessions has decreased as we stumble across the finish line. Hopefully people have achieved their goals for the year and can therefore relax and finish out the next few weeks with satisfaction. For some it is still an important period with some big ‘A’ races on the horizon, so keep pushing as best you…

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Club Updates: 06/08/19

Club Updates: 06/08/19 The Bank Holiday weekend allowed for a big block of training to be done. There were decent numbers out with the club training, and we also had a few out racing too. Only Se├ín Molloy was in racing action on the bike and he had a big result up in Louth winning a 1st A2 prize. There were running races in Birr, Dunmore and Gary continues his foreign training camp in the wilds of Donegal where he…

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Weekend Training / Racing

Weekend Training / Racing There isn’t much bike racing on this weekend with two races, 2+ hours away, the only viable options. These are perhaps too far away for most. If you are not racing then plan a big weekend of tough training with the club. August is not the month for taking it easy especially if the Charleville 2 Day is in your plans. The more we get out at training, the more groups we have and that allows…

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Club Updates: 29/07/19

Club Updates: 29/07/19 Plenty of news to get through this week. We had some good results at recent races and our annual leisure tour (part 2 – Idiots Abroad) took place. Well done to Kevin Sherlock and Willie Killackey on scoring points. The hard work is paying off. The winner from the leisure tour would have to be Andy McLoughlin who thrived without his anchor (Keith) dragging him down. David Sheahan and the rest of our running group had strong…

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The Italian Job – Our Leisure Tour Report

The Italian Job – all the ups and downs from a week cycling in the Dolomites. Our second club tour of the year took place last week. This time it was a foreign expedition and the country of choice was Italy. Unlike previous leisure tours, this time we didn’t have any real goal in mind; we weren’t trying to get from one part of a country to another, we weren’t trying to make a time cut and there were no…

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Nenagh Summer League 2019: Round 16

Nenagh Summer League 2019: Round 16 The last of our regular 16 race league came to an end yesterday with an energy sapping 75km slogfest. The final winner was…..who knows! There was controversy in the last race and a very tight photo finish but in the end we decided on a Derek Cullen / Paul Kennedy tie for the win. They held off the Nenagh CC challenge and with that they got to split the purse for the night, making…

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