2 Sunday morning Club spins

Meeting point, Tesco car park.

Starting from this Sunday, February 1st, the club will run 2 spins as follows;

Departing @ 9:30 a.m – 90/110km. Average pace 28-30Kph

Departing @ 10:00 a.m – 40/45Km. Average pace 22-24Kph

Anyone wishing to give group riding a try, can avail of 3 club spins before becoming a club member.

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South Tipperary Sports Partnership – Bike for life (Women only)

Clonmel CC & STSP are hosting a 4 week Bike for Life programme aimed at female beginners, to give them grounding in basic bike skills and bring them to a point where they can take part in regular spins.

The skills and knowledge gained in the programme will make the world of cycling more accessible to everyone , with the main focus being on learning skills, enjoying the bike and meeting new like minded people.

With the programme being delivered by competent leaders, who are Cycling Ireland coaches, Bike for Life caters for the requirement of the individual.

The programme will run over 4 Saturdays commencing Saturday 24th January and will take place at LIT Tipperary, Clonmel Campus, Inner Relief Rd. Clonmel from 10am-12pm.

The programme cost €30 which will cover your insurance with Cycling Ireland for the participation on the programme and training log book.   Visit  stsp.ie  for further details.

 

 

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2015 – A new year.

 

Roddy Keane steps down as Chairman.

Roddy has spent 5 fruitful years as Club Chairman, during which, the club has promoted the National Road Race Championships and several editions of the Suir Valley 3 Day. First & foremost, a loyal club member, he has dedicated countless hours to cycling, as a participant, a marshal and a Cycling Ireland commissaire. The committee thank him, not only for his valued contribution while serving as chairman, but for his long dedication to the club since its foundation in 1982.

 

Sunday morning Club Spins – Meeting point, Tesco car park.

Starting from the first Sunday in Feburary, their will be two designated club spins as follows;

9:30 a.m  – 90/110km. Average pace 28-30Kph

10:00 a.m – 40/45Km. Average pace 22-24Kph

Anyone wishing to give group riding a try, can avail of 3 club spins before becoming a club member.

 

Club Sportive Co-Ordinator.

Paul O’ Neill is to fill this new role for 2015. He’s asked for collective engagement from all club members to seek which sportives will be targeted during the year.

 

 

 

 

 

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