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What a week, yet again…

John Foote, our National Masters Champion is crowned.

The National Masters TT Championships took place on Saturday in Shannon, Co. Clare so not too far a journey for our three members John Foote, Eoin Woods and Michael Crowe to travel.  The course has been trialled and tested over and over for the last few weeks coming up to the event by the lads, mentally mapping the course in their heads. There was a big entry for the Masters National TT this year so as you can guess some big names and stiff competition to deal with.

John Foote fantastically took the title of National M60 TT champion 2018 in a time of 35′ 39.93″ over a 23km course. John has always been noted for his Time Trialling abilities over the years winning various medals in both county and provincial races. This was his time to shine and achieving his ultimate goal. He is the only member of the club, as far as we are aware, who has ever held this prestigious accolade. Superb going John!! A very proud day for NTW and most definitely a proud moment and achievement for John…

M60 National Time Trial winner 2018, John Foote. Picture by Coolbawn Cross Photography.

 

John Foote powering to victory in the National Masters 60 Time Trial 2018. Picture by Vic Nott

 

National Masters 60 TT winner 2018, John Foote

 

Well done has to go to Eoin Woods who raced in the National M40 TT category and Michael Crowe who raced in the National M50 TT category. They both set some brilliant times out on the course amidst the best riders in the country. Eoin was very unfortunate to just barely miss out on a medal place, finishing in 4th place.We are sure your turn is not far away Eoin!  Michael crowe finished in 8th place, very well done to ye lads…

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To see all the lads in action in the Nationals you can see them in the link here and photos thanks to Vic & Tracy.

More photos of the National Masters TT  in the link here thanks to Richard Quinn.

Link to sticky bottle here 

Link to full results of National Master TT on sticky bottle here

 

HSE tour de Midwest 

Well done to club member Dermot Kelly who completed the HSE Tour de midwest on Saturday, A very enjoyable and well organised event by all acounts. Dermot pictured with his daughter Niamh.

Rebel Tour

Well done to club members Sean, Pat and Mike who completed the tough Rebel Tour on Saturday. Great going.

Conquering the infamous Stelvio 

Kevin, Gary and Pat enjoying some quality cycling in Italy. Well done lads.

 

 

Sunday Open Racing

National Masters and A3 Road Race Championships in Shannon. 

Sunday John Foote was racing in the National Masters 60 Road Race championships which were taking place in Shannon. John was in the main bunch from the start but the bunch broke up on the second lap and 8 riders including John went clear. There were a lot of little digs throughout but it all came back together for the finish. John was unfortunate to suffer cramping on the last lap and the drag up to the finish put paid to his race but he crossed over the line safely in the bunch. John very much enjoyed the experience. Well done John.  David Kyle was taking part in the National Masters 40 Road Race and also finished his race safely in the bunch. Very well done to ye lads!

There will be no club updates for the following two weeks as your PRO is taking some time off but we will have all the updates again for you on my return…  

 

There will be no club updates for the next two weeks so we will be posting up two weeks worth of club spins which you can see below.

Club midweek and weekend spins:

Tuesday: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:15pm.

Thursday: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:15pm.

We would advise you all to bring along some high vis clothing and lights for the bikes as the evenings are much darker. Be safe be seen. 

Saturday: club training spin leaving Woodies car park at 9 am.

Sunday 16th : We will be supporting our neighbouring club, Limerick CC at their annual tour. Always a great day out and we would love to see as many as possible there on the day. 

 

Also very best of luck to those taking part in the Munster Hill Climb Championships on Sunday…

 

 

Tuesday 18th: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:15pm.

Thursday 20th: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:15pm.

We would advise you all to bring along some high vis clothing and lights for the bikes as the evenings are much darker. Be safe be seen. 

Saturday 22nd: Training spin leaving from Woodies carpark at 9am. 

Sunday 23rd: Club spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 9am.

Have a great couple of weeks everyone!

 

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The dust has settled on yet another great week in the club. Well done to everyone who took part in sportives, charity spins and open racing, the club colours were really out in force!!

Saturday

A few photos below of Ronan Dodd who took part in the Limerick 95 charity spin to Kilkee via Tarbert on Saturday. Looks like you had a great day Ronan, very well done.

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Sunday 

 

Sean, Roger and Pat at the UDCC tour on Sunday. Missing from picture Fergal Walshe.

Well done to the lads who took part in the UDCC Upperchurch Drombane cycling club tour on Sunday. As usual well done to UDCC, a fantastically well organised event.

 

Open Racing.  Charleville 2 day 2018

There was a huge entry for this years Charleville 2 Day, a race that indicates the end of the racing season for most and its a very tough two day energy sapping event, but one that everyone seems to come back to do every year. We had 6 members racing at the weekend. Daniel Ronan, Owen Hynes, Michael Crowe and Nanno Vuyk in the A4 category and Eoin Woods and Joseph Donnelly in the A2/A3 category.

A4 Stage 1

The weather was ideal for racing on Saturday with light breezes and sunshine throughout. There was a neutralised zone for 3k out to the race start which was on the outskirts of Charleville town. The race consisted of 3 laps covering 86km of rolling roads with a few hard kicks thrown in for good measure. The route took them to Dromina, Dromcoliher, Milford, Newtownshandrum with the eventual finish on the main road back into Charleville on the R515. The Peloton held mostly together for the entire race despite several attacks being attempted but were shut down before they became a threat and so Dan, Mike and Owen finished safe in the main bunch sprinting to the line and losing no time on GC and Nanno finished a few minutes back but importantly everyone was safely home. A few photos thanks to Selina of stage 1.

 

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A2/A3  Stage 1

Eoin Woods and Joseph Donnelly were taking part in this race. They had to cover three laps of the same course as the A4s. Eoin Woods finished safely in the main bunch. Joseph unfortunately did not finish the course but gained some valuable race experience from the event. Well done lads.

A4 Stage 2 TT

After a two and a half hour wait between stages, Stage 2 was a little over 6km Time Trial from outside Kilmallock town to Garrienderk just outside of Charleville town.  This was a flat course aside from a little humpback bridge, so as expected there were going to be some very fast times recorded. Michael Crowe 8’41”, Daniel Ronan 9’05”, Owen Hynes 9’27”, and Nanno Vuyk 9’34” so after two stages that left Mike in 8th overall on GC and in the team event, they were lying in 2nd place. A few Photos thanks to Selina of A4 TT stage 2.

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A2/A3 Stage 2 TT.

The A2/A3 second stage always takes place on the morning of day 2 and this meant an early start for Eoin on Sunday Morning. There was a strong breeze blowing out on course and it was a headwind all the way to the finish line. Despite this, Eoin dug deep and had the fastest time on the morning of 8’14” which is just incredible and with that secured him the stage win. Huge congratulations Eoin!!

Eoin Woods powering to victory in the A2/A3 TT on stage 2. Picture by Sean Rowe

A2/A3 Stage 3

After Eoins TT stage win that morning he was going into stage three 3rd overall on GC and this was a day for the climbers, a day for conquering the mountains of Ballyhoura, not once but 2 times. Unfortunately the weather took a turn for the worse in the afternoon and heavy rain started pouring down making descending the mountain road treacherous and after an hour and half of racing Eoin was stopped in his tracks by a crash right in front of him but luckily stayed upright himself but getting around the crash cost him enough time to lose contact with the main bunch and after trying but with no group to work with to try and close them down, decided to call a halt to his race.  Hard luck Eoin but a superb performance out of you at the weekend and a great win in the TT netting you some valuable points. Onwards and upwards to next weekend! Photos thanks to Sean Rowe.

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Eoin Woods who took the Stage 2 win in the morning TT in the Charleville two day. Pictured collecting his prize and the winners jersey from Counsellor Ian Doyle left and General Manager of the Charleville Park hotel Declan O’Grady right.

 

 

A4 Stage 3

The third mountainous stage was all that was left to concur for the A4s but this stage is never an easy task with the route being the same as the A2/A3s. The Ballyhouras is a tough climb and to have to take it on twice racing is no easy feat… Daniel thankfully didn’t get caught in any of the crashes that happened on the descent off the Ballyhouras and managed to stay with the main peloton throughout. There was a big attack from one of the Kilmallock riders on the first ascent of the main climb of the day and he put in a superb effort to pull out a big gap which went to nearly 3 minutes at one stage! However the GC leader had a strong team protecting him and it was always going to be difficult to hold a solo break but he deserves some serious kudos for the effort as he was only reeled back in with about 4km to go by a very hard working peloton! Daniel was one of the instrumental riders here driving the pace on the way in and still had enough left in the tank to contest the sprint to the line, taking a brilliant second place and with this placing, Daniel is now upgraded to A3 ranks!! Superb result Dan and really well deserved!!

On GC Dan Ronan finished 10th, Michael Crowe 24th, Owen Hynes finished 33rd and Nanno Vuyk finished in 48th place. Well done lads.

In the team event NTW team consisting of Daniel Ronan, Owen Hynes and Michael Crowe placed 4th.

Daniel took a fine 2nd place in the final sprint to the line on stage 3 of the Charleville 2 day. Picture by Sean Rowe.

 

Daniel Ronan who took 2nd place at the Charleville two day stage 3 race and is now upgraded to A3. Pictured collecting his prize from counsellor Ian Doyle left and the general manager of the Charleville Park Hotel, Declan O’ Grady to his right.

You can see the great photos by Sean Rowe of the A4 race from stage 3 in the link here and the A2/A3 race in the link here.

Results of Charleville 2 Day

To see full results and final GC placings you can see the full details in the link to Sticky Bottle here.

Big thanks must go to John Foote, Liam Callaghan and Selina Hynes for giving up their time to drive support cars for the event and look after everyone so well over the two days!

Club winter gear order

Final call everyone, if any of you would like to order any club winter gear can you please let us know by Friday next, 7th of September.

 

Club midweek and weekend spins:

Tuesday: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:15pm. Please note the change of time as the evenings are well and truly closing in now. Don’t forget it’s the time of year to start using lights and Hi-Vis again.

Thursday: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:15pm.

We would advise you all to bring along some high vis clothing and lights for the bikes as the evenings are much darker. Be safe be seen. 

Saturday: Very best of luck to everyone doing the Rebel Tour.

Also starting on Saturday is the National Masters and A3 championships. The Time Trials are being held on the Saturday with the road races being held on the Sunday. More details are available here and we wish all of you taking this on the very best of luck!

Sunday: Club spin leaving from Moynans bike shop at 9am. Everyone is welcome to give these spins a go. 

Have a great week everyone.

 

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Autumn is finally here and the club racing has ended for another year. Thanks to everyone who has supported and helped out in any way with the races throughout the season. You can all relax now and enjoy some well deserved time off. The updates are short and sweet this week.

Some of our members who enjoyed an evening spin out to the Obama Plaza Wednesday and took the time to get a great photo with the new monument of Michelle and Barack Obama in Moneygall. Loving the pink helmet on Michelle. Well done all and thanks for sending us the picture.

Thursday Club Racing, The Flying Mile results

Thursday last seen the final race on the club calendar take place, which was the Flying Mile. It was a short TT of 1.6km and your aim was to go as fast as you can and cover the mile (1.6km) course in the shortest time possible. Our winner of the 2018 event was Andy English who set a super flat time of 2 minutes and 8 seconds which was the fastest on the night and also enough to give him the win after the handicaps were applied. This gives him the title of this years Flying Mile winner. Congrats Andy and well done to everyone out on the night. Thanks to Jan and Conor for time keeping.

The NTW Flying Mile winner 2018, Andy English

Open Racing

The club is really producing fantastic results this year in the open racing scene which is just brilliant to see.

Women’s Cycling Ireland Intermediate League 2018

On Saturday last club member Claire Ni Reachtagain was racing in the final round of the inaugural Cycling Ireland women’s intermediate league in Corkagh Park. Claire has been putting in some stellar performances during the league and season and has achieved so much in her first year of cycling. Claire took the Sprint for 2nd narrowly ahead of Ewa Kuras (Galway Bay CC) and the result moved Claire up to 2nd Overall in the final League Standings which is fantastic. Super stuff out of you Claire and very well done on all your achievements to date. What a year for you. See below some great photos of Claire in action in the attached link.

 

Claire accepting her prize from Rosin Kennedy at Corkage Park after taking 2nd place in the final round of the intermediate league and also took 2nd overall in the inaugural Womens Intermediate League 2018

You can see photos of Claire in action in the Womens Cycling Ireland photos here 

Sunday 

Munster Road Race Championships 2018

There was a fine showing of club members racing in the Munster Road Race Championships on Sunday in Blarney, Co.Cork. Congratulations and well done to John Foote who took second place in the M60 category and who secured the silver medal to add to his collection, absolutely great going John. Well done to everyone who took part in the races, great to see so many NTW out in force. You can see all the fantastic photos by Sean Rowe of the lads racing on Sunday in the Munster Road Race Championships in the link here

John Foote powering home to take the silver medal in the M60 Munster Road Race Championships 2018

Club midweek and weekend spins:

Tuesday: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:15pm. Please note the change of time as the evenings are well and truly closing in now. Don’t forget it’s the time of year to start using lights and Hi-Vis again.

Thursday: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:15pm.

We would advise you all to bring along some high vis clothing and lights for the bikes as the evenings are much darker. Be safe be seen. 

Sunday: We will be supporting our good neighbours, UDCC, Upperchurch Drombane Cycling club who are hosting their annual tour and we would love to see as many there as possible. 

Also for our racers, the very best of luck to you all in the Charleville two day that takes place on Saturday and Sunday.

Have a great week everyone.

 

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A very good evening to you all. We hope you all enjoyed your weekend. The days are really beginning to shorten now and its getting dark very early.  Autumn is here with a bang.

Tuesday club spin:

We had great numbers out on Tuesday evening and the lads were very lucky as there was a very angry looking sky but it held off and the most the guys came across was a few light drops of rain thankfully and were even greeted with some nice sunshine towards the latter end of the spin. A few of them had arranged to meet up early for a good tough interval session out the Dublin road and they did a good tough hour long session before heading back to Moynan’s to meet the rest of the lads there and continue on out at a fine strong pace to Cloughjordan where a couple of the early starters turned for home and the rest headed on to Moneygall and then to Toomevara. On the homeward journey after Toomevara most decided to lengthen the route a little more, as the evening had brightened and they had covered the ground so quickly, by turning left for Grennanstown and heading over to Ballinamona Cross and on to Dolla before returning back to Nenagh. Another great evening on the bikes! Well done everyone 🙂

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Thursday: Club racing

NTW Road Race No.10 Results 16/08/2018

NTW Road Race No.10 winner Dermot Kelly

Well that is it for another season of road races(we still have our usual season finishing Flying Mile this week). It has been a great few months of good tough club racing and what a finale it was. Conditions were deplorable out on the course and the rain fell hard and it was the first evening it felt very cold. Autumn is definitely setting in on us quickly.

To summarise the race, each group maintained their set time gaps and were holding a fine pace out to the Fivealley and by the Yellowbridge on the way back out the old Limerick road were still in their respective groups. They were all working very well together to chase down Dermot who was currently the race leader despite the torrential rain that was beating down hard on them. By the Silvermines turnoff a few breaks had formed on the road where John Foote had distanced himself from Roger and then in the chasing group behind, Andy had distanced himself from Nanno and so the chase was on by both the lads to try reel in Dermot. That was not to be the case as Dermot had put in an unreal effort to hold such a commanding lead against the chasing John and Andy by at least 2 and 3 minutes respectively coming into the Silvermines where he had dug deep on the tough drag into the village but once you leave the Silvermines the road levels and it’s a fast pace to the finish line in Dolla and Dermot continued his super effort all the way to the line to take a hard fought solo win and the top spot on the podium. After a few close runs and podiums earlier in the year, this is his first win in the club road races so a very well deserved win indeed. Mighty stuff!! We have to say congrats also to John Foote who took a fine fought second place and to Andy who took third spot on the podium. Great going all round. Well done to everyone who braved the elements on the night and supported the race, it was great to see ye and well done. Thanks to Conor who marshalled for us and to Jan who did the time keeping for us and thanks to Selina for the photos of the evening which you can see in the attached link here.

A special thanks to everyone in the club who has supported and helped with all the races that the club has run this year, your help has been hugely appreciated…

 

With this race finishing off our road race series, it was Eoin Woods who, on the last evening, stole the trophy away from John Foote who had one hand on it for the last few weeks and serious kudos to him for an incredibly valiant effort in taking the fight to Eoin on the night with a very strong second place finish on the last night himself but Eoin continued to prove too strong for his own category competitors and took another win in his category in the last road race to pip John by just 3 points for the series trophy and Andy not far behind in third!! A very close fought series so big congratulations to Eoin, hard luck and very well done to John and the rest and also very well done to all of ye for coming out to take part during the year! See the final top 10 in the series below and for the full results check the file on the results page here.

And that’s not all that was decided on Thursday night as Eoin Woods continued his sweep of most of this years trophies when he also retained the Corrigan Cup and with it the Cyclist of the Year title! We all know how strong this man has become over the last few years but we’re delighted he was kept honest and it was a very hard fought title this year with places swapping for the last several weeks but Eoin just proved too strong in the last few races when the bigger hills came into play and proved that all his hard work of the last few years has paid off for him showing superb form for the last number of weeks! A special mention has to go to Andy English, who in his first year racing with the club has absolutely took on everything that was thrown at him and just kept getting stronger, relishing in the challenge every week. Andy, you should be very proud of your achievements this year, and we have no doubt that you will need to clear a bit more space for silverware next year if you keep it up!! And Dermot Kelly, another incredible amount of work put in over the last year and again has come on so far. After having to start so many races on his own being the only one in his category to turn up in the latter end of the season, he really kept plugging away, getting stronger and taking an incredibly well deserved win this week! He was just missing one counting road race or he would have also been right at the top of the leader board fighting it out with Eoin and Andy for the top spot this year… Superb stuff gentlemen we commend you all! See the top 10 below and again for the full results check the file on the results page here. A massive thank you to all the helpers who have turned out each week to run and marshal the races, they could not happen without all your help!!

Our 2018 Road Race Series winner and 2018 Cyclist of the Year, Eoin Woods

 

Saturday: Winning ways for Daniel in Kilmallock.

NTW member Daniel Ronan accepting his prize for taking 1st place in the A4 race in Kilmallock

On Saturday we had a fine showing of members racing in Kilmallock Daniel Ronan, Edvins Silovs, Michael Crowe, Eoin Woods, Joseph Donnelly, and David Kyle.

Rás Cill Mocheallóg was a hilly course, two laps taking in the Ballyorgan climb each time around. This was going to be a day for the climbers… The race got very split up due to the climbs and Edvins tried to establish a break in the A4 race after ascending the Ballyorgan climb the second time around but he was reeled back in by the strong remaining bunch. Daniel kept his powder dry and saved himself enough to have a go at the sprint finish between the largely reduced peloton and took a fine, hard fought win. Incredible going Dan!! We’re not surprised as you have been knocking on the door lately and it just goes to show when you persevere and keep working, your day will come. Well done and congratulations from us all. Well done to everyone who travelled to and took part in the race, great to see NTW in the mix.

Sunday: Club spin

We had three groups meet at Moynans Bike shop, which is great to see. Each group did their own different routes. One group headed over the hills of Dolla, Rear cross, Newport, Limerick and home via the old N7 to Nenagh. 90km and an enjoyable spin was had by all. The next group headed out to do a pacy lap of the Lough and get a good training spin in the legs. They enjoyed a coffee stop in Blás Café, Portumna where we heard that the apple pie and custard went down an absolute treat. Once back on the road they continued back to Killaloe and home via Portroe to Nenagh, a good 120km in the legs. We’re not sure where our third group cycled today at the time of writing but im sure they had a great day out on the bikes so well done to ye also. Well done to everyone who was out on the spins this morning.

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Club winter gear order

Folks, if any of you want to order any winter club gear for the coming season just let us know at northtippwheelers@gmail.com that you’re interested and we’ll get you sorted.

Club midweek and weekend spins:

Tuesday: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:15pm. Please note the change of time as the evenings are well and truly closing in now. Don’t forget it’s the time of year to start using lights and Hi-Vis again.

Thursday: The Flying mile. A fun short TT of 1 mile in distance where you try to see how fast you can cycle the mile (1.6km). Road bikes only and no aero helmets, clothing, tri bars or TT bikes allowed!! Sign on is at Moynans at 6.15pm and departs to the race start at the Roundhill. The event starts at 7pm sharp as light is fading fast in the evenings. This is just a bit of fun to end the season so we would love to see ye out for the final club race of the season. Route: Start at the Top of the yellow bridge straight just after the Silvermines turnoff and the finish is outside the old Yellowbridge pub. Entry €5.

We would advise you all to bring along some high vis clothing and lights for the bikes as the evenings are much darker. Be safe be seen. 

 

Saturday: Training spin from Woodies at 9am.

Sunday: Club spin leaving Moynans at 9am.

Also for our racers, the Munster Road Race Champs is on in Blarney, the very best of luck to any of you taking part. Remember it’s online registration only.

For our non racers, see poster below of a nearby event being run by Tullamore CTC

Thanks everyone and have a great week!

 

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The race season is nearing an end now with only one more road race to contest to secure the final points on the league table… Thursday evening our hardy crew were out to see who was going to be crowned Lookout trophy winner of 2018. As it was the final of the trophy races, the route was going to have to be a bit tougher, taking in some nice climbs along the way.  A blistering pace was being set by everyone out racing and each group managing to hold the gaps, that was until they started the 1st big climb up Coum. The climbs, when racing up them, always push people to their absolute limits but it’s all part of racing.  All credit to Dermot who was still in front and the first to crest the climb at Coum but with Eoin, Edvins and Joseph not far behind and who set a ferocious pace on the descent to pass and pull away from Dermot and the others. Eoin Woods attacked on the descent to create a gap and from there continued to set a blistering solo pace heading towards Portroe. Portroe hill was the icing on the cake (or the final straw… 🙂 ) for most and sapped any energy that was left but Edvins put in a big effort here to almost pull Eoin back by the top of the village but Eoin dug again and pulled away once more to ride to a solo victory at the Lookout and retain the trophy again this year! Edvins held on to finish not far behind Eoin in second place and the podium was finished off by the resurging Joseph Donnelly who’s time away R&Ring is now starting to show its benefits and he put in a super effort being the only one to be able to hang onto Eoin and Edvins on the last part of the Coum climb and used them to put time into the rest of his comrades and then managed to hold them off to the finish after the lads attacked and broke away! Fantastic racing lads well done to ye all!!

Eoin Woods powering home to victory

Congratulations Eoin and a huge well done to everyone who was out racing, it was by no means an easy race or course but you all got to the finish line safely, brilliant going lads! Thanks to Conor for timekeeping, Owen and Joey for marshalling and Selina for the photographs of the evening which you can see in the attached link here.

The top 10 in the Road Race series after 9 of the 10 rounds is as follows:

John Foote still leads but Eoin has a race in hand…

Open Racing

Saturday – A few of the lads ventured to the Limerick Racecourse in Patrickswell to attend the Greenmount Oval Criterium which included the Munster Championships. Daniel Ronan made an early attack in the A4 race and found himself with another rider well out in front with a commanding lead but the chasing pack worked hard and unfortunately reeled them back in before the finish but it was a super effort and great to see, so well done Dan. It finished with a bunch sprint and our best finisher was Edvins Silovs who finished in the worst spot of the day… 7th when there was points for first 6 home! Hard luck but again a super effort and very well done!!

 

Club midweek and weekend spins:

Tuesday: club training spin leaving from Moynans bike shop Nenagh at 6:30pm. 

Thursday: Club Racing. Road race 10 With the evenings starting to roll back on us a little we’re going to a slightly shorter route this week to make sure you all get home safely. Route: Roundhill – Fivealley – Back out to main Silvermines turn – Left towards Silvermines – Silvermines – Finish outside Eagles Nest, Dolla, 30km. Sign on is at Moynans bike shop at 6.15 or the race start and cost is €5. Depart to race start at 6.30pm. Race starts at 7pm. We hope to see as many of you out as possible on the night, see you there.

Saturday: Training spin from Woodies at 9am or Kilmallock CC are hosting their Rás Cill Mocheallóg see poster below.

Sunday: Club spin leaving Moynans at 9am.

Thanks everyone and have a great week!