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STAGE RACING Last Updated: 5 Mar 2020 - 8:52:39 AM

STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
The Rás is Back -2020 Route Released
4 Mar 2020 
It's great to see the Ras Tailteann 2020 is going ahead - Route details the route details have been anouced today...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
Rás Tailteann is back for 2020
20 Nov 2019 
The Rás will find its rightful place back on the Cycling Ireland calendar in 2020, promoted and run next year by a newly-formed promotions group, Cáirde Rás Tailteann, and thanks in huge part to significant collaboration with Cumann Rás Tailteann...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Junior Tour
2019 Eurocycles Junior Tour Results
13 Jul 2019 
Magnus Sheffield of Hot Tubes winning stage 5
Results of today’s stage of the Junior Tour of Ireland, Sponsored by Eurocycles Eurobaby...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Junior Tour
2019 Eurocycles Eurobaby Junior Tour - Route Announcement
13 Jun 2019 
Race Director, Alice Sherratt has announced the route for the 2019 Eurocycles Eurobaby Junior Tour. The 6 Day international cycling race for under 18s will once again return to their now traditional base at Ennis, County Clare for the sixth consecutive year...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Gorey 3 Day
2019 Gorey Three Day - Results
20 Apr 2019  Some results in from the weekend racing...  More >>

STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
NO WORLD-RANKED RÁS TAILTEANN TO BE HELD IN 2019
15 Feb 2019 
Following a long and committed search for sponsorship for the Rás Tailteann, the organisers have today taken the difficult decision not to run an eight-day world-ranked race in 2019...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Junior Tour
2018 Junior Tour of Ireland Results
16 Jul 2018 
Download the stage results in PDF format...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Junior Tour
Eurocycles Eurobaby announced as Title Sponsor of the Junior Tour of Ireland 2018
2 Jun 2018 
Eurocycles Eurobaby have committed to sponsoring the Junior Tour of Ireland for 2018. The popular 6 Day international cycling race for under 18’s will once again return to their now traditional base at Ennis, County Clare for the fifth consecutive year...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
2018 RAS TAILTEANN - STAGE 8 - RESULTS & FINAL GC
28 May 2018 
The award winners onstage after the stage - Photo Credit ©INPHO/Bryan Keane
Final podium - Result of stage 8, 1: Luuc Bugter - Delta Cycling, 2: Cyrille Thiery - Switzerland National Team, 3: Robbe Ghys -Belgium National Team, 4: Damien Shaw - Holdsworth Pro Racing, 5: Jason Van Dalen - Delta Cycling...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
2018 RAS TAILTEANN - STAGE 7 - RESULTS
26 May 2018 
Team KTM’s Julian Varley celebrates winning the stage - Photo Credit ©INPHO/Bryan Keane
Result into Naas on Stage 7 - 1: Julian Varley - KTM, 2: Robbe Ghys - Belgian National Team @ 18 seconds, 3: Jacob Rathe - USA Jelly Belly, 4: Jason Van Dalen - Delta Cycling, 5: Luuc Bugter - Delta Cycling...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
2018 RAS TAILTEANN - STAGE 6 - RESULTS
25 May 2018 
Result into Carlow on stage 6 - 1: Sean McKenna - Holdsworth Pro Racing, 2: Claudio Imhof - Swiss National Team, 3: Luuc Bugter - Delta Cycling, 4: Rens Tulner - Delta Cycling, 5: Marc Potts - Ireland National Team...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
2018 RAS TAILTEANN - STAGE 5 - RESULTS
24 May 2018 
Lucas Carstensen (Bike Aid UCI Continental Team) wins stage 5 - Photo Credit ©INPHO/Bryan Keane
Result into Mitchelstown on stage 5 - 1: Lucas Carstensen - Germany Bike Aid, 2: Robbe Ghys - Belgian National Team, 3: Jason Van Dalen - Delta Cycling, 4: Matteo Cigala - Westmeath Viner-Caremark, 5: Luuc Bugter - Delta Cycling...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
2018 RAS TAILTEANN - STAGE 4 - RESULTS
23 May 2018 
Stage winner Team Delta X UCI Continental’s Jason Van Dalen - Photo Credit ©INPHO/Bryan Keane
Having been race leader on the road on stage 3 but then being caught before the finish, Jason van Dalen (Netherlands Delta Cycling X) likely ended Tuesday frustrated with the missed chance for Rás Tailteann glory...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
2018 RAS TAILTEANN - STAGE 3 - RESULTS
22 May 2018 
Team Delta X UCI Continental’s Luuc Bugter celebrates winning stage 3 - Photo courtesy ©INPHO/Bryan Keane
Today's Result - 1: Luuc Bugter - Delta Cycling, 2: Lucas Carstensen - Germany Bike Aid, 3: Lindsay de Vylder - Belgian National Team, 4: Robert-Jon McCarthy - Irish National Team, 5: Robbe Ghys - Belgian National...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
2018 RAS TAILTEANN - STAGE 2 - RESULTS
21 May 2018 
Robert-Jon McCarthy (Ireland National Team) wins stage 2 - Photo courtesy ©INPHO/Bryan Keane
Finish in Tipperary after stage 2 - 1: Robert John McCarthy - Ireland National Team, 2: Luuc Bugter - Delta Cycling, 3: Lindsay de Vylder - Belgium National Team, 4: Simon Ryan - Cork VeloRevolution, 5: Thery Schir - Switzerland National Team...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
2018 Ras Tailteann - Stage 1 - Results
20 May 2018 
2018 Rás Tailteann, Stage 1, Drogheda To Athlone – Cyrille Thiery of the Switzerland National Team wins Stage 1
Attacking from the day’s break with approximately a kilometre to go, Swiss national team rider Cyrille Thiery soloed to victory at the end of stage 1 of the Rás Tailteann on Sunday. The 27-year-old rider raced into Athlone four seconds clear...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
2018 Ras Tailteann - Video clips from start Stage 1
20 May 2018 

Some video from the start in Drogheda and also the race on the first KOM of the day in Slane...  More >>


STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
RAS TAILTEANN BATTLE BEGINS ON SUNDAY WITH DYNAMIC MIX OF RIDERS AND TEAMS
18 May 2018  Featuring the Irish national team, 11 international squads and 19 Irish county teams, the 2018 Rás Tailteann begins a 1200 kilometre battle in Drogheda on Sunday. The world-ranked event is the most prestigious race in Irish cycling and will feature ferocious competition...  More >>

STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
Heary Teams Up With Viner Caremark Pactimo at Ras Tailteann
18 May 2018  Renowned mental fitness guru Alan Heary heads out on the road this week in support of Ireland’s top cycling team Viner Caremark Pactimo in the annual Rás Tailteann 8-day stage race. The Viner Caremark Pactimo squad will face a peloton...   More >>

STAGE RACING : Rás Tailteann
EUROPCAR REVEALED AS OFFICIAL RACE PARTNER TO AN RAS TAILTEANN
16 May 2018 
Europcar, global leaders in car hire, was today unveiled as official partner to the 2018 Rás Tailteann, Ireland’s premier cycling event which attracts 31 teams (12 international and 19 domestic) and 155 riders...  More >>


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