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Ben Healy claims 2020 National Championship Title
2020 National Time Trial Titles decided in Limerick
RTÉ to broadcast highlights of Cycling Ireland Road National Championships
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2020 Rás Tailteann - July Update
2020 Rás Tailteann - PRESS RELEASE 12 JUNE 2020
2020 Rás Tailteann Update Relating to Covid-19 virus Outbreak
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CYCLING IRELAND COVID-19 UPDATED GUIDANCE FOR DECEMBER
Brian Nugent steps down after 15 years with Cycling Ireland
CYCLING IRELAND COVID-19 UPDATED GUIDANCE
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Oisin O'Callaghan wins Junior MTB World Downhill Title
DUBLIN CYCLOCROSS WORLD CUP TO FORM PART OF 2021-2022 SEASON
TG4 confirm details of Cyclocross National Championship broadcast
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NEW CYCLING ROUTE TO JOIN LIFFEY TO FAIRVIEW
BIKE TO WORK SCHEME LIMIT INCREASED
Cycling Greenways in Ireland
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1983 Irish Cycling Picture Archives No 13
1979 Irish Cycling Picture Archives No 12
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1989 Hamper Cyclo Cross Race in Phoenix Park - Video
1990 Jack Woodcock Memorial Cycle Race
2019 Junior Tour of Ireland Cycle Race
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OTHER CYCLING : Sundry Items Last Updated: 4 Jan 2021 - 9:55:00 PM

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CYCLING IRELAND COVID-19 UPDATED GUIDANCE FOR DECEMBER
31 Dec 2020 
The Government has announced the Republic of Ireland is moving to Level 5 of the ‘Living with Covid’ plan. Taoiseach Micheál Martin confirmed the new measures, which will begin to take effect from Thursday, 31st December...  More >>


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Brian Nugent steps down after 15 years with Cycling Ireland
8 Dec 2020  After 15 years with Cycling Ireland, Brian Nugent has made the difficult decision to resign from his role as Head Coach and Technical Director. Nugent was Cycling Ireland’s longest-serving staff member, joining in 2006...  More >>

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CYCLING IRELAND COVID-19 UPDATED GUIDANCE
2 Dec 2020  The Government has announced an easing of the Covid-19 restrictions within the Republic of Ireland ahead of Christmas. Taoiseach Micheál Martin confirmed the new measures, which will begin to take effect from 1 December...  More >>

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Chris McGlinchey to race UCI Cycling Esports World Championships
19 Nov 2020  Cycling Ireland is pleased to announce Chris McGlinchey has been selected to represent Ireland at the 2020 UCI Cycling Esports World Championships...  More >>

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Cycling Ireland Launch 2020 Winter Zwift League
9 Nov 2020  The Cycling Ireland Zwift League returns this Saturday for the first of eight rounds. The 2020/21 edition of the series features a mix of scratch and points races adding to the intensity and unpredictability of the racing...  More >>

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€85 million Provides Timely Boost to Irish Sport Sector
2 Nov 2020  Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport & Media, Catherine Martin TD and Minister of State for Sport and Gaeltacht Affairs, Jack Chambers TD, today announced an unprecedented €85 million funding package...  More >>

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Cycling Ireland Graduate Job Opportunity
27 Oct 2020  As part of the Sport Ireland ASPIRE Programme, Cycling Ireland is recruiting for a paid graduate position. The role would suit a recent graduate with sports management, communications and marketing skills...  More >>

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Cycling Ireland announces 3 year partnership with Kinetica
19 Oct 2020  Cycling Ireland is delighted to formally announce Kinetica Sports as their Official Sports Nutrition partner on a 3-year term. The recent success of Irish cyclists competing on a global stage, combined with the growth in participation numbers on a national level...  More >>

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Cycling Ireland Covid19 October Update
7 Oct 2020  The Government has published a framework for restrictive measures to guide Ireland over the short to medium-term in managing Covid-19. The framework consists of 5 levels. The lower levels of the framework will be activated when there is a low incidence of the disease,..  More >>

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New Gaeltacht Cycling Project Launched
29 Sep 2020  A new Gaeltacht-based cycling initiative has been launched, with the dual purpose of driving participation in the sport and developing gravel bike routes...  More >>

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Cycling Ireland Covid19 Update
19 Sep 2020  The Government has published a framework for restrictive measures to guide Ireland over the short to medium-term in managing Covid-19. The framework consists of 5 levels. The lower levels of the framework will be activated when there is a low incidence of the disease...  More >>

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Cycling Ireland Covid-19 Updated Guidance
20 Aug 2020  The Cabinet has agreed a number of new restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus. The measures were announced by Taoiseach Micheál Martin on Tuesday, August 18, effective immediately and will remain in place until 13 September...  More >>

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CYCLING IRELAND NEWS UPDATE - JULY 2020
28 Jul 2020  Cycling Ireland Road & TT National Championships Update, and CI are seeking expressions of interest in paracycling programme plus for young riders there is a domestic programme of activities that will be delivered by Cycling Ireland’s High-Performance Unit throughout 2020...  More >>

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Cycling Ireland Launches Four-Year Strategy 2020-2024
20 Jul 2020  The strategic plan sets forth the sports ambition from grass roots to elite level and encompasses cycling in all its forms. From road and off-road to track and BMX, from competitive and leisure to cycling as a form of transport...  More >>

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CYCLING IRELAND NOTICE OF 2020 AGM
16 Jul 2020  It is again time to invite you to the hosting of our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 17th October 2020 – please see official notice attached. However, as you’ll be acutely aware, 2020 has been a year like no other in our recent history...  More >>

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Cycling Ireland Launch New Membership and Events Platform
15 Jul 2020 
Cycling Ireland is pleased to launch a new bespoke membership and events platform designed specifically for the cycling community. The product took 6-months development, the Cycling Ireland Membership & Events platform will deliver...  More >>


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Unprecedented Number of Adults Cycling in Ireland
28 May 2020  Cycling Ireland has welcomed research that found an unprecedented number of adults are cycling every week. The latest figures show an estimated 510,000 people within the Republic of Ireland are enjoying cycling as a form of exercise...  More >>

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CYCLING IRELAND PHASE 1 – RETURN OF CYCLING ACTIVITIES
16 May 2020  Cycling Ireland has welcomed government efforts across the island of Ireland to ease restrictions and lay out a roadmap for the return of sport. Cycling has been identified as a priority sport and is listed in phase 1...  More >>

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Cycling Ireland Covid-19 Update
8 May 2020  Cycling Ireland welcomes the ‘Roadmap for reopening society and business’ published by the government on Friday, May 1st. We are pleased cycling remains both a priority sport and means of transportation...  More >>

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Ireland’s largest sporting event takes place in living rooms around Ireland
11 Apr 2020  Christopher McGlinchey and Imogen Cotter powered to victory in round 3 of the Cycling Ireland Zwift League. The virtual cycling league has seen over 1,000 people register, making it the largest sporting event...  More >>

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