CHARITY CYCLE 31-07-2010

There is a worthwhile charity cycle on this coming sat the 31st of july in Tralee.. It leaves Boyles tyres at 11am and will head to farranfore to Castleisland and back to Tralee..there will be a water/snack break in Castleisland on the day.. The Club is giving full support to this event as its for a local Ballymac girl who needs funds for urgent medical treatment and therefore we would hope that as many club members as possible would attend and pass on the word to others who might be interested.


Munster Road Race Championships

Details of the munster road race championship can be found on the following link

Munster Time Trian Championships Thursday 15th July

Munster Road Race Championships Sunday 25th July


Hi All,
Just to let you know, Abbeywheelers ‘THE COAST RUN CHALLENGE’ 145Km
Sportif, and 85km, Leisure Spin, is on Sun 11th July. Starting in
Sportif Route – Start Abbeyfeale, Mountain Road into Tralee, and follows
the Scenic Shannon Estuary, Ballyheigue, Ballybunion, Asdee (Food Stop)
Tarbert, plus the testing climbs out of Glin and Athea.

85km Leisure Route starts in Abbeyfeale, moves on to Listowel,
Ballybuniion, and links up there with the Sportif route.

and also

Kingdom Bar – Classic League Round 4 – Sunday 11th July
the race will leave The Killorglin Sports and Leisure Centre at 11:00 a.m. and will be neutralised until it gets on the circuit (approx 1 mile). There are then 9 laps of a 10.4 mile circuit with the riders finishing up the hill in Killorglin at the end of lap 9. Unusually for a race in Killorglin the circuit is flat. The highest point on the course is only 104m high and there is almost 5 miles in which to gain that height.

A separate race for A3 and A4 riders, on the same circuit, will leave the sports centre 3 minutes after the Classic league and will be neutralised until the riders are on the circuit. They will then complete 5 laps of the circuit and will finish up the hill in Killorglin.

Sign – on is open from 9:30a.m. until 10:30a.m. at the Killorglin Sports and Leisure Centre.