Rás na nÓg 2019 (Sponsored by ŠKODA Ireland)

The dust has just about settled on Rás na nÓg for 2019! What an action packed weekend it was with 15 finishes across Rás na nÓg, The Peter Bidwell Memorial and The Coombes Connor Memorial. 
Firstly, a huge thank you to all 170 competitors in Rás na nÓg and an even bigger congratulations on your results and performances over the weekend and for conquering ‘The Hill’ for 2019! Also thanks to everyone who supported our two senior races which are of huge importance to our club. Saturday evening, we remembered Peter Bidwell who is our dearly missed former chairman and also one of the founding figures of Rás na nÓg. It is with great pride and poignancy that we see so many take enjoyment from the race that he worked so tirelessly to establish, along with our long serving chairman Gerard Campbell, back in 2007. 
Yesterday, on Sunday, we remembered two instrumental figures in the establishment of our club and without whom, we wouldn’t have such a strong organisation to bring to you this weekend of racing! 
I want to thank all the parents, guardians and managers for their support at Rás na nÓg. No competitor, regardless of age or talent, could have completed the weekend without you. You’re the people who brought them to the hill and also the people who insured that our race regulations were followed and upheld and we all, both the organisation team and the competitors, owe you a huge amount of gratitude. 
We were very lucky to have the support and backing of An Garda Síochána and St John’s Ambulance for the weekend who both are of the upmost importance in keeping the riders of Rás na nÓg and all our events safe. 
We had a fantastic amenity in Bellewstown Racecourse and we are very thankful for being granted permission, for the fifth year now, to use the premises. It allows families and teams to park up on Saturday morning and see two great stages of racing without having to move to different locations so we are very lucky to have it. Thank you to all the riders who used this facility in the correct manner over the two days and made use of the provided bins, litter and waste was minimal and that’s really important so to keep it for future events. 
To all the commissaires over the weekend, along with judges, time-keepers, camera operators, the results team and all other officials – thank you, we were blessed to have such a nice and competent team around us. 
Now, the biggest thanks of all, to the army of volunteers from both our own and outside clubs. Every single person who assisted in the weekend was acting on a voluntary basis, they were giving up their time to support all the competitors in our events. It is only getting harder to obtain help yet we are very lucky to have a great group of people who turn up at every event. Sign on crews, marshals, car parking operator, refreshments providers, CPO, broom wagon, moto marshals, drivers, neutral service, results, website operator, those who sorted prizes, put out branding, took the branding back in, prepared before hand and cleaned afterwards, to absolutely anyone who assisted in the weekend in any way – we all owe you a great deal of gratitude. The event simply could not run without these people and I hope that everyone recognises the great deal of work that was undertaken by these people. Our events can only be as good as our volunteers and those willing to help so for us to be able to run the amount of events that we did in the three days just shows how lucky we are to have such a great team in the club.
Races can also not run without sponsorship and a major appreciation goes from everyone in the club and surely every competitor to Škoda Ireland for their third consecutive year acting as our title sponsor. They allow us to bring the race to a level that we wish for and without their generosity, we simply could not continue this event. Also a huge thanks to all the club sponsors, particularly our title sponsor Jon’s Civil Engineering along with SCME and Dimplex. To all our team car sponsors, thank you very much also! Rás na nÓg is lucky to receive backing from Cycling Ireland’s stage race grant program and thanks to all the team at Cycling Ireland for giving us this oppurtunity, likewise to all at Cycling Leinster for the help and support. 
To anyone who I’ve forgotten, thank you, to anyone who will I forget in the future, thank you. Without the support of everyone who I’ve mentioned this race could not go ahead and I recognise the help and roles played by so many in this weekend! Thank you to absolutely everyone. 
Lastly, on a personal note, there’s one man who I have to give my full appreciation to. That’s my Dad, he has ran and directed this race since it’s establishment back in 2007 and I was very lucky to be handed the role and honour this year. There’s no point saying that I done it all, because I didn’t and I couldn’t without him. Plenty of arguments were had about different issues, lots of debating about results, prizes and regulations but at the core of it all was the best interest for the race. I done my best to run and direct this edition of Rás na nÓg well but I couldn’t have even started if it wasn’t for the never-evening and unconditional support from him. Thank you Dad. 
So lastly, well done and congratulations to everyone on their results and participation in Rás na nÓg 2019 and in our other two senior events. A special mention to Katie Murphy of Sliabh Luachra CC for her bravery and spirit during the race which earned her the Klaus Peter combativity award and to our six fantastic champions – Oisín May (Scott Orwell Wheelers), Aliyah Rafferty (Island Wheelers), Quillan Donnelly (O’Leary Stone Kanturk), Shauna Finn (Newcastle West CC), Darren Rafferty (Island Wheelers) and Caoimhe May (Scott Orwell Wheelers). The whole team at Rás na nÓg are very proud of everyone who took part and wish you all the best of luck for the remainder of the season! 
Again, thank you to everyone who helped and supported our events over the weekend. I look forward to welcoming you all back to ‘The Hill’ in 2020! 

Gearóid Campbell, Race Director.

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Rás na nÓg 2019 Results

Boys Under 12

Position Name Club Number U11/12 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Total
1 Oisín May Scott Orwell 13 12 100 100 100 300
2 David Gaffney Dungarvan CC 144 12 97 97 97 291
4 Karl Rockett Ards CC 36 12 93 95 95 283
3 Hugh Og Mulhearne Carrick Wheelers 49 11 95 93 93 281
5 Maxmilian Fitzgerald Kanturk 102 12 91 92 91 274
6 Luca Holmes Scott Orwell 11 12 85 91 92 268
7 Noah Harris Bray Wheelers 34 12 92 83 90 265
8 Niall Browne Drogheda Wheelers 16 12 90 89 86 265
9 Cillian Owens Bohermeen CC 181 12 88 90 82 260
10 Callum Hepburn Island Wls 51 12 84 88 87 259
11 Daragh Peters Drogheda Wheelers 18 12 89 85 85 259
12 Diarmuid Collins Newcastle West CC 129 11 83 86 83 252
13 Pearse Gallagher Castlebar CC 35 12 87 73 89 249
14 Rory Condon Kanturk 142 12 79 81 88 248
15 Harry Hobbs Killinchy CC 97 12 86 73 84 243
16 Dane Lane Kanturk 254 11 82 82 79 243
17 Rhys Hepburn Island Wheelers 287 11 81 87 73 241
18 Joshua Gallagher Orchard CC 270 11 77 84 78 239
19 Matthew Baughton Inspiration cc 108 12 78 80 80 238
20 Davis Quinn Scott Orwell 15 11 80 65 81 226
21 Timothy Soroos Navan RC 150 12 73 79 73 225
22 Cillian Roe Navan RC 110 12 73 78 73 224
23 Cormac Thormey Inspiration cc 107 12 73 73 77 223
24 Jack McSweeney Kanturk 235 11 73 77 73 223
25 Callum McCaffery Cuchulainn CC 82 12 73 73 73 219
26 Joe Murphy Kanturk 109 11 73 73 73 219
26 Colin Sheehan Kanturk 147 11 73 73 73 219
28 Craig O’Sullivan Kanturk 206 12 73 65 73 211

Girls Under 12

Position Name Club Number U11/12 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Total
1 Aliyah Rafferty Island Wheelers 20 12 100 100 100 300
2 Anwen Crowther Sulis Scorpians Youth CC 103 12 93 97 97 287
2 Katie Murphy Sliabh Luachra CC 156 12 97 93 95 285
2 Aine Reilly Scott Orwell 7 12 95 95 93 283
6 Mya Doocey Navan RC 90 12 92 90 92 274
5 Olga Buckina Scott Orwell 232 12 91 92 91 274
7 Aoibhinn Sharkey Stamullen RC 4 12 90 91 90 271
8 Holly McCaffrey Cuchulainn CC 83 11 88 89 88 265
9 Joann Connor Drogheda Wheelers 114 11 87 88 89 264

Boys Under 14

Pos Name Club Number U13/14 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Total
1 Quillan Donnelly Kanturk 189 14 100 100 100 300
2 Ryan Fox Scott Orwell 25 13 97 95 97 289
3 Ewan McConville Kanturk 200 14 92 92 95 279
4 Sean Tarrant Kanturk 86 14 92 93 87 272
5 Darragh Doherty Inishowen Wheelers 153 14 89 97 86 272
6 Marcus Devin Yeats CCC 9 14 90 89 92 271
7 Seth Dunwoody Orchard CC 32 13 88 90 91 269
8 Stephan Sheehan Kanturk 154 13 95 91 77 263
9 Hayden Power Comeragh CC 163 14 87 83 90 260
10 Elijah McGinley Errigal CC 230 14 85 85 88 258
11 Liam O’Brien Fermoy CC 185 14 91 84 83 258
12 William O’Connor Kanturk 305 13 88 88 79 255
13 Kealan Ryan Castlebar CC 202 13 82 87 85 254
14 Josh Callay Navan RC 28 13 83 86 82 251
15 Joe Norris Navan RC 126 14 78 73 93 244
16 Curtis Neill Carn Wheelers 48 14 86 65 89 240
17 Joseph Mullin Navan RC 80 13 81 73 84 238
18 Tom Kinsella Carrick Wheelers 14 13 84 79 73 236
19 Darragh Lenehan Navan RC 38 13 73 81 81 235
20 Adam Rafferty Island Wheelers 22 14 80 77 73 230
21 Louis Steadman Murphy Killarney CC 213 14 73 82 73 228
22 Sam Coleman Orchard CC 253 13 77 78 73 228
23 Tadhg Lenehan Navan RC 66 13 73 73 80 226
24 Jack Curtin Newcastle West CC 2 13 73 80 73 226
25 Ciaran Lally Derwentside CC 101 13 79 73 73 225
26 Cal Tutty Dungarvan CC 56 13 73 73 78 224
27 Eoghan Lattimore Dungarvan CC 37 13 73 73 73 219
27 Ethan Doherty Westport Covey 263 13 73 73 73 219
27 Finn Harris Bray Wheelers 33 14 73 73 73 219
27 Seamus Connor Drogheda Wheelers 103 14 73 73 73 219
27 Sean Tolan Drogheda Wheelers 8 13 73 73 73 219
27 Daniel Scott Orchard CC 62 13 73 73 73 219
27 Callum Byrne Scott Orwell 15 14 73 73 73 219
27 Killian O’Brien Scott Orwell 35 13 73 73 73 219
27 Gustas Ivanauskas Drogheda Wheelers 20 14 73 73 73 219
27 Caolan McHugh Four Masters CC 235 14 73 73 73 219
27 Shane Carver Kanturk 72 14 73 73 73 219
27 Tim Cronin Navan RC 43 13 73 73 73 219
27 Dinny Murphy Sliabh Luachra CC 142 14 73 73 73 219
27 Peter Geraghty Navan RC 141 13 73 73 73 219
27 James O’Sullivan Kanturk 122 14 73 73 73 219
27 Michael Collins Newcastle West CC 133 13 73 73 73 219
27 Cillian Fox Navan RC 92 13 73 73 73 219
27 Michael Nolan Kanturk 212 13 73 73 73 219
27 Darragh McGee Fermoy CC 78 14 73 73 73 219
27 Matthew Keane Inspiration CC 115 14 73 73 73 219
27 Caolan McKenna Emyvale CC 206 13 73 73 73 219
48 Callum Steadman Murphy Killarney CC 214 13 73 65 73 211

Girls Under 14

Position Name Club Number U13/14 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Total
1 Shauna Finn Newcastle West CC 1 14 97 95 100 292
2 Lucy Brown Phoenix CC 29 13 100 97 95 292
3 Isobel Crowther Avid Sport CC 104 14 95 100 93 288
4 Mia Smith Waterford RC 30 13 93 92 97 282
5 Hannah Hayes Comeragh CC 164 13 92 90 92 274
6 Rose-Marie Moncrieffe Velo Club De Londres 102 13 91 91 89 271
7 Zoe Lindsay Dromore CC 55 13 90 88 88 266
8 Rebakah Sheeny Kanturk 111 13 89 87 86 262
9 Amy Fleming Sliabh Luachra CC 3 14 73 93 91 257
10 Aoife Mooney Navan RC 39 14 73 89 90 252
11 Aoibhe Murray Moynalty CC 89 13 73 85 87 245
12 Zoe Shakespeare Navan RC 11 13 73 86 85 244

Boys Under 16

Pos Name Club Number U15/16 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Total
1 Darren Rafferty Island Wheelers 15 16 100 95 91 286
2 Adam Gilsenan Bohermeen CC 16 15 92 92 92 276
3 Eoghan Cooke Ounavarra CC 145 16 86 87 100 273
4 Odhrán Doogan Powerhouse Sport 10 16 91 86 95 272
5 Andrew Ryan Scott Orwell 4 16 90 97 85 272
6 Ronan O’Connor Scott Orwell 27 16 89 100 83 272
7 Mark McGarry Dungarvan CC 58 16 95 83 93 271
8 David Shine Kanturk 75 15 97 93 79 269
9 Ben Murphy Sliabh Luachra CC 91 16 88 91 89 268
10 Rowan Montgomery Ballymoney CC 87 16 93 77 97 267
11 Somhairle Owens Fisher Omagh Wheelers 60 16 81 89 90 260
12 Patrick Galvin Killarney CC 76 16 87 84 87 258
13 Conor Gallagher Errigal CC 40 15 84 90 73 247
14 David Forbes Scott Orwell 6 16 83 88 73 244
16 Patrick O’Loughlin Carrick Wheelers 31 15 73 85 84 242
17 Ewan Scanlon Scott Orwell 105 16 80 73 88 241
18 Joseph Owens Omagh Wheelers 12 16 73 81 82 236
19 Niall McLoughlin McConvey Cycles 113 15 65 82 86 233
20 Neil Kelso East Tyrone CC 135 15 73 80 80 233
21 Con Sully Carlow RC 33 15 85 73 73 231
22 Johnnie McAuley Madigan 74 16 78 79 73 230
23 Dylan Hayes Bikeworx 139 16 77 78 73 228
24 Rory Gallagher Castlebar CC 30 15 82 73 73 228
25 Stefan C Dreier Killarney CC 109 16 73 73 81 227
26 Andrew Kelly Moynalty CC 19 15 79 73 73 225
27 Teelin Cahoon Clan Eireann CC 127 16 73 73 73 219
27 Kyle Walsh Dungarvan CC 235 16 73 73 73 219
27 James Aspell Kanturk 41 16 73 73 73 219
27 Connor Shortt South East RC 82 16 73 73 73 219
27 Ruairi Byrne Scott Orwell 7 15 73 73 73 219
32 Luke Moynihan Kanturk 190 15 65 73 77 215
33 Peter Steele Ballymoney CC 45 16 65 73 73 211
33 Ciaran Connor Drogheda Wheelers 93 15 65 73 73 211
33 Sam Cleary Drogheda Wheelers 94 15 65 73 73 211
33 Alex Byrne Drogheda Wheelers 103 16 65 73 73 211
33 Gary Kelly Four Masters 92 15 65 73 73 211
33 Patrick Morley Kanturk 59 15 65 73 73 211
33 Ruairi Murphy Kanturk 78 16 65 73 73 211
33 Tommy Hogan Lakeside Wheelers 1 16 65 73 73 211
33 Mikey Flaherty Lakeside Wheelers 9 15 65 73 73 211
33 Mark Langtry Lakeside Wheelers 11 16 65 73 73 211
33 Tom Wallace Lakeside Wheelers 209 16 65 73 73 211
33 Frank Finley McConvey Cycles 36 15 65 73 73 211
33 Cian Lenehan Navan RC 70 15 65 73 73 211
33 Rory McGinn Navan RC 118 16 65 73 73 211
33 David Trenaman Scott Orwell 20 16 65 73 73 211
33 Sam Taylor Scott Orwell 22 16 65 73 73 211

Girls Under 16

Pos Name Club Number U15/16 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Total
1 Caoimhe May Scott Orwell 8 16 100 100 95 295
2 Aoife O’Brien Lakeside Wheelers 158 15 95 97 100 292
3 Erin Creighton McConvey Cycles 39 16 97 91 97 285
4 Katie Neill Carn Wheelers 56 16 92 95 93 280
5 Roisin Lally Cycling Performance Squad 106 15 91 93 92 276
6 Annie Roche Scott Orwell 32 15 93 92 91 276
7 Emma Smith Navan RC 5 15 90 89 90 269
8 Rachel White North Down CC 24 15 89 90 89 268

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Rás na nÓg 2019 Update

The race manual for next weekend’s Rás na nÓg is now available. Click here to view or download.

Click here for the start lists for all Rás na nÓg stages.

As well as Rás na nÓg, we are also hosting 2 Senior Races. The first is on Saturday Evening which remembers Peter Bidwell, the clubs former Chairman and dearly missed founding figure of Rás na nÓg.Sunday is the Coombes Connor Memorial Races, which remembers two important figures into the formation of our club! 

Saturday 13th April – Peter Bidwell Memorial Start Time: 5:30PMHandicap Race – 8 x laps of the donore circuit (52km) Sign on from 3.30pm in Drogheda Retail Park. Donore Road, Droghed (1 minute from M1 Exit 9) 

Sunday 14th April – Coombes Connor Memorial Races Sign on from 10am at Bellewstown Racecourse 
Race departs racecourse for neutralised 5k section to circuit A1/A2 race departs at 12.20 (9 x Laps – 126km)A3 race departs at 12.23 (7 x Laps – 98km)A4 race departs at 12.26 (5 x Laps – 70km)

For more details contact 0862739808/0868192205.

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Boyne GP 2019 Results

A1 Race 

1st. Luke Smith (Bioracer DHL) 
2nd. Fintan Ryan (Kingspan)
3rd. Sean McKenna (Pactimo Dan Morrissey)
4th. Harry Sweeney (Evo Pro Racing) 
5th. Green Swinard (Pactimo Dan Morrissey) 
6th. Daragh Feeley (Evo Pro Racing) 
7th. Cormac McGough (Evo Pro Racing) 
8th. Sean Feeney (South Dublin) 

A2 Race 

1st. Darren Davitt (Slipstream) 
2nd. Ciaran Hallihan (Dunboyne)
3rd. Niall Whelan (Laois)
4th. Paul Woods (Carlow)
5th. John James McInerney (Armagh) 
6th. Brian McNally (Scott Orwell)
7th. Shane Quinn (Longford) 
8th. Jamie Busher (Scott Orwell) 
9th. David Casserly (Longford)
10th. Anthony Mulholland (Scott Orwell)

A3/Jun Race 

1st. Cathal Clarke (Armagh-Down) 
2nd. Shane Murphy (Dublin Wheelers) 
3rd. Sean Heaslip Owens (DUCC) 
4th. Eoin Ferriter (Drogheda Wheelers)
5th. Michael J McCotty (Lucan CRC)
6th. Mark Kiernan (Kilcullen)
7th. John Priest (Lucan CRC)
8th. Colm Bracken (Kilcullen)
9th. Brian Cullen (Dublin Wheelers) 
10th. Michael Greene (Phoenix CC) 
1st UN/P Jun. Conor Murphy Rogers (Scott Orwell) 
1st UN/P Woman. Sophie Loscher (Sundrive Track Team) 

A4 Race 

1st. Donal Byrne (Unattached)
2nd. Aaron Henry (Usher IRC) 
3rd. Pat Downing (Naas)
4th. Laurence McCabe (Newry)
5th. Shane Coll (Drogheda Wheelers) 
6th. Daniel Lockly (Clontarf)
7th. Tom Keane (Ardee) 
8th. Francis McGee (Ratoath) 

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Boyne GP Update

Riders please note that the sign on venue for next weekend’s Boyne GP is now Stackallen Pitch ‘n’ Putt/ Tennis club (and not Ryan’s Pub as previously stated below). The club is situated on the N51 (about half way round the race circuit). Parking will also be available at the club.

The start / finish area and circuit all remain the same and presentation will still be back at Ryan’s pub.

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Rás na nÓg 2019 (Sponsored by Škoda Ireland)

Drogheda Wheelers Cycling Club are proud to announce that Rás na nÓg 2019 will take place on April 13 th and 14 th . This will be the 12th edition of Ireland’s premier youth stage race event which was established in 2007 by late Chairman Peter Bidwell and long serving secretary Gerard Campbell.
For the fifth year now, the race will be based at Bellewstown Racecourse which is a fantastic amenity, allowing parents and supporters to see the participants every few minutes without them having to travel to different locations. Again, there will be three stages – made up of a Crit on Saturday Morning, a road-race on Saturday Afternoon and a final road stage on Sunday Morning.
Škoda Ireland have very fortunately backed our event for the third consecutive year, allowing us to develop the youth cyclists of Ireland and encourage them to reach their full potential. A great deal of gratitude is owed to them for their commitment to our race and the entire sport in general, and we thank them for their very generous support. A huge thanks also to Cycling Ireland for funding through their stage race grant aid program as well as all the club sponsors, supporters and volunteers.
Since 2007, Rás na nÓg has grown into Ireland’s largest and most popular stage race event for Irish youths, attracting competitors from every corner of the country – North, East, South and West. Participants and winners have gone on to become renowned international cyclists, world tour riders, European and World medallists. Although there must be winners (and losers!), Rás na nÓg aims to develop every youth cyclist and allow them the opportunity to challenge themselves during the weekend. New Race Director, Gearóid Campbell said at the launch of Rás na nÓg 2019, “It’s not about the winners, or the losers, Rás na nÓg focuses on keeping our youths interested in the sport and making sure they progress to junior and senior with the same interest that they have now!”. Along with the tremendous task of running a 3-stage youth event, the tremendous team at Drogheda Wheelers offer a full set of senior events also, on Saturday evening with the ‘Peter Bidwell Memorial’ which remembers the sorely missed founding figure of the race and again on Sunday afternoon with the ‘Coombes Connor Memorial’, remembering two important figures in the formation of the club.
Speaking ahead of this year’s event, Gearóid said that he “can’t wait to welcome everyone to the hill in Bellewstown for the 2019 edition” and to keep a close eye on updates and information about the race which will be rolling out in the next few weeks”.
Raymond Leddy from chief sponsor, Škoda Ireland, added “We are delighted to be involved for the third consecutive year with this event and welcome all the young cyclists to the North East for what promises to be an excellent weekend of racing”.
While former winner, Mark Downey, a recent world track medallist spoke with the Rás na nÓg team last week and said that “This race is what it’s all about – inspiring kids at this age for the future” and that he still holds it to be one of his biggest successes at youth level.
Eddie Dunbar from Team Sky who won several stages at RNÓ echoed Downey’s remarks, noting “this race brings not only a competitive atmosphere but also a social aspect, allowing people from all over the country get together for an entertaining weekends racing!”.
All information required (including entry forms and routes) can be found on droghedawheelers.ie, @RASNANOG on Twitter, Drogheda Wheelers Facebook Page or from Race Director, Gearóid Campbell on +353862739808 or by email at gearoidcampbell1@gmail.com.
We look forward to seeing you at Rás na nÓg (Sponsored by Škoda Ireland) for 2019, April 13th and 14th in Bellewstown Racecourse.

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Boyne GP 2019

The Boyne GP will take place on Sunday, 24th March. Deta6 are as follows:

Sign on from 9.00am in Ryan’s Pub Gormanlough (6kms from Slane on the R163 Kells Road)

Race Programme
10.30 – A2 race 7 x laps (84km)
10.33 – A4 race 5 x laps (60km)
12.45 – A1 race 8 x laps (96km)
12.48 – A3/Jun race 6 x laps (72km)

For further information contact Gerard on 086-8192205/gercampbell1@hotmail.com.

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Rás na nÓg 2019

Rás na nÓg 2019 will take place this year on April 13th & 14th from our home at Bellewstown Race Course.

The event comprises three stages:

  • Saturday Stage 1 : Bellewstown Short Crit Circuit.
  • Saturday Stage 2 : Bellewstown Circuit.
  • Sunday Stage 3 : Cooperhill / Crufty / R150 Circuit.

For route maps click here

Entry forms can be downloaded by clicking on the link below.

http://droghedawheelers.ie/rasnanog/RasNanOg2019EntryForm.pdf

Further details will appear here when available.

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Club Membership Night

Drogheda Wheelers’ annual membership night takes place on Wednesday 28th November from 7:00 pm in the Thatch Bar, Donore Road, Drogheda. The club membership fee will once again be waived for existing members – the fee for new members is €20. Cycling Ireland licence fees, which are unchanged from 2018, can also be paid on the night.

Club gear will also be available for sale on the night.

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Annual Louth Coastal Tour 2018

The club’s Annual Coastal Tour will take place this Sunday 4th November. The route will be our normal 80km spin along the beautiful Louth coast (see route map below).

The event will begin at 10:30am from the sign venue at Donore National School and refreshments will be provided afterwards. Entry fee is €20 with all proceeds going towards the school.

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