Neil wins first race

Neil wins first race at Currow in county Kerry. Delighted of course that I am to say that he rode a brilliant race. Seven laps of a 6.5KM circuit and at the end of lap two going up the drag to the finish line he decided to go for a break. He fully expected the lads to catch him up again but he got away with it. Five laps alone with his break fluctuating between 45 and 15 seconds. At the finish line I guess he had 20 seconds. Some of the lads in Kanturk cycling club did a good job of looking after the bunch which certainly helped him to retain his lead. DELIGHTED… 45KM Race at Average of 37KMH

Watch a short video here of Currow Road Race U16

Neil wins first race

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Kanturk U12 U14 and U16 after the race. David winner U12, Tom Winner U14 https://www.facebook.com/KanturkCyclingClub/

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Ten Degrees West

Ten Degrees West on the Beara Peninsula, a few minutes of clips of film of interesting sights on the Beara. The clips are shot within a few miles of the picturesque village of Allihies. The village is situated right on the end of the peninsula along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Watch the film below, enjoy

Ten Degrees West

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Beara Charity Cycle 2016

Beara Charity Cycle 2016 has been announced for the 16th of July. What makes the Beara Charity Cycle so great is that it is organised fully by volunteers and is a non profit event, all of the money made by the participants paying their 50€ to take part goes to four local charities.

This is the sixth year that the event is being held and over the years this event has succeeded in raising 65000€ for local charities. The participants always have a great time and the routes are spectacular.

Watch a short video here of route two which shows some of the spectacular scenery.

Beara Charity Cycle 2016

Route one goes from Castletownbere around the Healy pass going up the North side and back to town. It is 51 KM.

Route two goes from Castletownbere West to Allihies back towards Eyeries and Lauragh over the Healey Pass and back to town. It is 81.3 KM.

Beara Charity Cycle 2016

Route three, is a combination of the route two followed by route one and arrives at 136.3 KM.

Check out the website of Beara Charity Cycle for more details, and please sign up for this prestige event.