Agnew SEAT Super 7 Round 4 'Ards - Youth
Newtownards was the venue for Round 4 of the Agnew SEAT Super 7 crit series.
Agnew SEAT Super 7 Round 3 - Antrim
Old Bleach CC held Round 3 of the Agnew Seat Super 7 Crit series last night in Antrim.
Mark McKinley Wins John Mulligan Memorial
Mark McKinley (Newry wheelers) did a career best ride today to win the coveted John Mulligan Memorial Trophy in Fintona, County Tyrone.
Agnew SEAT Super 7 Round 2 - Derry
Round 2 of the popular Agnew SEAT Super 7 Crits was held last night in Derry.
Ambrose Wins McMullan Cup At Bishopscourt
James Ambrose (North Down CC) won the Emma McMullan Memorial Cup at Bishopscourt Motor Racing Circuit today.
Mark Downey Wins Round 1 Agnew SEAT Super 7 Crit Series
Mark Downey Banbridge CC won the first jersey of the Agnew SEAT Super 7 Crit Series last night at Newry.
Agnew SEAT Super 7 Round 1 Newry - Youth & A4
Agnew SEAT Super 7 Crit Series held Round 1 in Newry last night.
Dunloy Road Races
Dunloy Cycling Club held their first open road race on a testing 18 miles course which started and finished in Dunloy Main Street.
Mícheál Maguire and the Super Seat Family
Next Wednesday night sees the beginning of the new Agnew Seat Super 7 Cycling crit series at Newry.
Fraser Wins Red Hand Trophy - Again
Bangor man Fraser Duncan (Team Asea) won the prestigious Red Hand Trophy today in Broughshane County Antrim.
Tommy Givan Memorial
Maryland Wheelers promoted their annual Tommy Givan Memorial races today on the testing Hillsborough-Annahilt course.
SEAT Super 7 CYCLING SERIES
An exciting new Criterium series was launched today on the Agnew Seat facebook page.
First Wins For North Down Boys
The Orchard Wheelers-Shelborne Motors club promoted their annual Groucho Grand Prix race today at Richill.
Tour of Ulster - Stage 1
Damian Shaw (Asea) raced into the pink leaders jersey of the Amber Green Tour of Ulster.
Dramatic End To Tour of Ulster
Dromore man Roger Aiken won the final stage of the Amber Green Energy Tour of Ulster in Cookstown today.
Brutal Weather Conditions for TOU
Stage 2 of The Tour of Ulster was abandoned midway through the 94 mile route from Belfast to Newry.
Stage 2 TT Tour of the North
The Stage 2 time trial was shortened by 2 miles because of a blocked lane on the A26.