After the recent AGM there were two roles which were not filled in this year’s Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission. A youth development co-ordinator and a cross-country co-ordinator. Both positions are very important for the commission and we would love to fill these roles with passionate people. If you feel you would like to come on board and help out please forward your name to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you can.
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 2018. Provisional dates have been pencilled in the calendar (see below).
The 2018 season looks like another packed one for all off-road disciplines.
The calendar link here includes international dates in the various disciplines that some Irish riders will be attending.
All disciplines would like you to register early for their events. We need to support the organisers in order to ensure the races take place.
Keep an eye out on the various discipline website for more details.
If you know of any additions or amendments for this calendar please email email@example.com
Minutes from the Off-road Commission’s AGM which was held on 21 October 2017 – here
This is the third notification of Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission Annual General Meeting (AGM). This meeting will take place on Saturday 21 October 2017 – Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport. Meet at 11:30 with start time at 12:00. Tea and coffee will be available on arrival, however, there is no lunch scheduled so make sure you eat before you arrive.
This update has a list of the motions, nominations and number of delegates per club.
This is the second notification of Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission Annual General Meeting (AGM). This meeting will take place on Saturday 21 October 2017 – Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport. Meet at 11:30 with start time at 12:00. Tea and coffee will be available on arrival, however, there is no lunch scheduled so make sure you eat before you arrive.
Now in its 6th year the Red Bull Fox hunt took place over the weekend of 7-8 October 2017 at Kilbroney Park in Rostrevor. The event has gained fame over those years attracting riders from all across Ireland and across the world. 450 places went online and were sold out in less than one hour.
On Sunday 20 August 2017 the first Irish National Enduro Championships took place at Carrick Mountain, Co. Wicklow hosted by Biking.ie. This was a demonstration event and also doubled up as the Gravity Enduro championships as well so there was lots to play for. The running of the national championships was part of recognition of the discipline within Cycling Ireland with a set of rules produced accordingly (see rules here).