Colin Lynch Announces Retirement

Paralympic Silver medalist, Colin Lynch, has confirmed today that he is retiring from Paralympic Cycling. Colin is a multiple world championship medalist and achieved his ultimate aim of paralympic glory at the Rio2016 Paralympic Games. Colin announced his retirement with a statement earlier today, an extract of that statement is visible below. All in Paralympics […]

Team Ireland Named for Para Cycling Road World Championships

The Cycling Ireland team has been announced for the UCI 2018 Para-cycling Road World Championships in Maniago, Italy from the 2nd – 5th August. Six bikes will compete across twelve events over the four days of action. Reigning World Champions in the Women’s B Tandem Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal, will be competing in the […]

Five Irish Bikes Named for Para-cycling Track Worlds

Five bikes will compete at the UCI 2018 Para-cycling Track World Championships in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from the 22-25 March. Three tandems and two solo bikes will compete in fourteen events over the four days of competition. The championships take place in the Velódromo Municipal do Rio where Eoghan Clifford won a Paralympic bronze […]

Two medals and seven Top Ten finishes rounds off successful World Championships for Ireland

Two medals and seven Top Ten finishes rounded off a successful Para-Cycling Track World Championship campaign for the Irish team this week. The Championships, which took place over the weekend in Montichiari, Italy, saw some fantastic performances from cyclists in green. Earlier today, Ireland’s Eoghan Clifford secured fifth place in the MC1-2-3 Scratch Race. Clifford, […]