Expressions of interest are being sought from clubs who would like to host a round of the Irish Cross-country MTB National Point Series (NPS) in 2019. The aim is to have five rounds.
The Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission is seeking expressions of interest from clubs to run the Enduro National Championships for 2019. There is no set date for this event.
Click here to download an Expression of Interest form. This is to be sent to
Note: The host club does not need to have secured confirmation from the landowner to submit an expression of interest. At this stage we are just trying to gauge interest from clubs willing to host the event.
This is the third notification of Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission Annual General Meeting (AGM). Details of the nominations and motions are shown below.
The meeting will take place on Saturday 20 October 2018 – Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport. Meet at 11:45 with start time at 12:00. Tea and coffee will be available at the break, however, there is no lunch scheduled so make sure you eat before you arrive.
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This is the second notification of Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission Annual General Meeting (AGM). This meeting will take place on Saturday 20 October 2018 – Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport. Meet at 11:45 with start time at 12:00. Tea and coffee will be available at the break, however, there is no lunch scheduled so make sure you eat before you arrive.
NOTE: The deadline for submissions of nominations and proposals has been extended to Wednesday 17 October 2018.
Continue reading Second notification of the 2018 Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission AGM
Sunday 7 October 2018 is now an important date in the history of Irish Cyclo-cross as this was when the first UCI C2 race took place. The idea came from a discussion between event organiser Glenn Kinning and Andy Layhe (the cyclo-cross representative on the Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission), when returning from the World Cyclo-cross Championships at the start of 2018.
This is the first notification of Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission Annual General Meeting (AGM). This meeting will take place on Saturday 20 October 2018 – venue to be confirmed (Dublin based).
Positions on the Commission
The commission will be made up with the following 9 positions. All of the posts are up for re-election.
- Downhill co-ordinator
- Cross-country co-ordinator
- Cyclo-cross co-ordinator
- Enduro rep
- Women’s rep
- Commission member
The commission wish to highight that current Chair, Damien Duggan, has come to the end of his 2 years in the position. Also note that the Downhill Co-ordinator, Derek Cowan, has expressed his desire to step down from the Commission. The Commission did not have a cross-country rep in 2018.
The Irish Off-road team headed to Lenzerheide in Switzerland to compete in the World Championships of both downhill and cross-country. Both courses proved very tough. With big crowds and super atmosphere this was truly a big occasion for the team.
Bioracer – Atlassian – Challenge Tires International UCI Cyclocross
The world’s leading cyclocross tyre manufacturer is the latest company to show its support and backing for the International UCI Cyclocross promoted by Kinning Cycles, taking place in Belfast on Sunday 7th October 2018. Challenge Tires join forces with Bioracer and Atlassian as the main sponsors for the event.
Selection Criteria for 2019 World Cyclocross Championships, Denmark.
The purpose of this of this document is to set out the selection process for Irish riders to compete in the 2019 UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Bogense, Denmark (2-3 Feb 2019). The selection is open to riders in the following categories: Junior men, Junior women, Under 23 men, Under 23 women, Elite men and Elite women.