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19 hours ago

From Waterford City & County Council - Mapalerter notification :
"We are commencing cutting the Grass Verges along both sides of the Greenway on Tuesday 3rd August, 2021.

This work will continue over a number of days at early morning.

Please watch out and listen out Safely for this activity along the Greenway.

Thanks again for your cooperation."

Please mention to family & friends

1 day ago

Saturday spin: 9.00am Kilrush. Ballysaggart, Killworth, Fermoy, Rathcormac, Lismore. 120km approx.

Sunday Spins
G5: 9am Civic Offices. Old Parish, Ardmore, Clashmore, Aglish (coffee), home the Bog Road. 50km at an easy pace.

G23k 9:00 am Civic Offices. Coast Road, Seafield, Kilmac, Mahon Bridge, Leamybrien, Durrow, home. Coffee stop either Kilmac or Leamybrien

Group 4: 9am Civic Offices
Dungarvan - Ballymacarbry - Clonmel ☕ - Back road to Carrick - Lemmybrien - Durrow - Dungarvan 100Km

Group 3: 9:00am Civic Offices. N72 to Whitechurch, Millstreet, Kilbrien, Mauma, Kilrossanty, Mahon Bridge, Kilmac, Newtown, Carrolls Cross, Kill, Bunmahon, Home. 100k@ 27kph

G1 will decide spin route on the morning

5 days ago

Saturday Spin: On a perfect morning for cycling, the group did 100km loop of Clonmel, Rathgormac, Kilmacthomas and home the coast road.

G5: Sunscreen and lots of water were the order of the day for 9 cyclists heading out on the G5 leisure spin on another glorious Sunday in July. The group kicked off with a warm up spin around the Gold Coast loop before heading out along the coast road at a nice easy pace. Newcomer Tom was welcomed to G5 and introduced to group cycling etiquette. As it was his first group spin and such a warm day, he took the alternative to return home via Five Cross Roads escorted some of the way by group Captain Marion. The remainder continued to Seafield, through Ballylaneen and on to Kilmac joining up once again with Marion who had reserved a table in the shade at Kierseys. Refreshments were enjoyed by all and with the bodies recharged once again, the group continued on their journey to Mahon Bridge and along Carrick Road. Intense heat was experienced on route to Durrow before getting the welcome coastal breeze on road home. A most enjoyable 60k spin at an average of 20kph

G23k: The group took to the roads on their planned route which took them into the village of Ballinroad. It was then a steady climb at Deelish to Kilbrien with two water stops along the way. On reaching Beary's cross it was onto Millstreet and back onto the N72 towards Cappoquin. Coffee was at Harvey's and two of the group indulged in a Ben and Jerry's ice-cream. Back on the bike the group headed for home via Dromana bridge, Kilmolash and the Bog road. Dis 70km

Group 4 headed out the coast road on another beautiful sunny Sunday morning. We welcomed Pat & Richie joining us for the spin today. It was into a headwind to Bunmahon and then the climb to Kill. The road to Carroll's cross was busy so we were cycling in single file. Across the N25 to Newtown enjoying the cool breeze of the descent into Kilmacthomas and onto Mahon bridge where iced coffees were the ... See more

1 week ago

Weekend Spins 24th and 25th July 2021

Saturday spin: Route to be decided on the morning depending on numbers. All welcome.

G5: Sunday spin 9.00am Civic Office's. Gold Coast, Durrow, Seafield, Kilmacthomas, Mahon Bridge (Coffee either Kiersey's or Mahon Bridge decide on the morning) Leamybrien, Durrow home the coast road. 50km at an easy pace. There will be an alternative for new people.

G23k: Deelish, Kilbrien, Bearys Cross, Milstreet, Cappoquin. Coffee, Dromana Bridge, Kilmolash, Bog road home

G4: 9am Civic offices
Coast road - Bumahon - Kill - Carroll's cross- Kilmacthomas - Mahon Bridge - Crough coffee ☕ - Kilrossanty - Maama road - Beary's Cross - Colligan - Dungarvan 85Km

G3: Sunday 25 July, Civic Offices 9.00am. N72 to Affane, Newcastle, Clonmel, Kilsheelan, Rathgormack, Leamybrien, Durrow, Home. 104k @ 27kph.

G1: Route to be decided on Sunday morning

1 week ago

Thank You!
Dungarvan Cycling Club is proud to have Forde's Dungarvan Daybreak as its main sponsor. We wish to thank Kevin, Orla and their staff for this ongoing commitment to us. DCC members have been lucky enough to wear his gear all around the country and the world. The Forde's Daybreak logo has been seen in the national and local press, on podiums at races and most definitely on the roads throughout Waterford, Ireland and elsewhere.
Forde's Daybreak has been in operation at the Youghal Road since 2003 and in that time it has grown from strength to strength, as has DCC. A local partnership such as this is so important, it shows the committment from Kevin, Orla and the staff to a local sporting organisation and our members will continue to support Forde’s Daybreak in return.

Thanks again to Forde's Daybreak from all at Dungarvan Cycling Club

1 week ago

Day 4 Stage Races - photos

1 week ago

Saturday spin had four starters, one turned off at Mahon Bridge, soon after another had a mechanical problem and had to call home to be collected. Two completed the 100km route in glorious sunshine.

G5 had 10 out on this sweltering Sunday, they headed out the Bog Road to Ballinameela where 2 decided it was too hot to continue. The rest carried onto Villierstown, Dromana, Cappoquin and Lismore for the coffee break and Ice cream where they met up with Majella and Pádraig from G4, Pádraig decided to come back with G5 so after a long break they headed home via Kilmolash and the Bog Road, many of them felt the heat today. It was great to have everyone back for the banter and catchup. I think it is the first time we had a mother and daughter on our spins - Geraldine and Claire. 57km at a very good average for such a hot day.

G23k: The group took to the road for the weekly Sunday spin traveling along the Bog Road and then turning for Cappoquin via the Kilmolash road. A decision was made to skip the Deerpark part of the spin and head straight for Lismore for the coffee stop. Back on the bikes it was home via Dromana Bridge, Kilmolash and Bog road. Dis 55km

It was great to be back to the group spin again on a fabulous sunny Sunday. Group 4 headed out the Bog Road to Cappoquin and onto Lismore. Turning right in Lismore along the sheltered route to Ballyduff for a quick photocall. Two of the group turned left heading back to Lismore and the remainder continued to Fermoy for the coffee stop. Meeting with some bikers a few considered a trade up for the spin home. Everyone refuelled it was back on the road to Tallow turning off on the scenic route through Conna. From Tallow it was onto Lismore then Cappoquin and back the N72 to Dungarvan with a headwind to keep everyone cool. A very enjoyable and hot spin 110Km at an average of 25.4Kmph.

Group 3 had eleven enthusiastic members delighted to be back to group cycling again and especially so on such a bright ... See more

1 week ago

Don't forget the suncream tomorrow, apply before your kit and leave it sink into your skin. Bring a travel size with you if you have one - to apply during your spin. And bring plenty of water!

2 weeks ago

WEEKEND SPINS - 17th and 18th July 2021

Saturday spin: 9.00am Kilrush. Carrickbeg, Kilmeadan, Bonmahon, mixed group, steady pace.

Sunday Spins

G5: 9.00am from the civic offices. Bog Road, Villierstown, Cappoquin, Lismore (coffee) home by Cappoquin, Kilmolash, Bog Road. Dis 50km at a very easy pace. There can be alternatives for new people.

G23k: 9:00am outside the Civic Offices, Bog Road, Cappoquin, Deerpark, Lismore coffee Lismore market, Cappoquin, Dromana Bridge, left to Kilmolash Road and then home via bog road. Cycling at @23kph

G4: 8.30am at Civic Offices
Dungarvan - Bog Road - Cappoquin - Lismore - Ballyduff - Fermoy ☕ - Tallow - Lismore - Cappoquin - Dungarvan 100Km (Option from Fermoy to Tallow via Conna adds 10Km)

G3: route Sunday July 18 departing from Civic Office at 9.00am. Bunmahon, Dunhill, Tramore, Annestown, Kill, Kilmac, Fews, Mahon Bridge, Durrow, Home. 96k @ 27kph

G1: Sunday : Cappoquin, Lismore, Ballysaggart, Araglin across small road to Ballyporeen, Clogheen, Ardfinnan, Knocklofty, Kilmanahan, home Clonmel Road....about 105k avg 30-32kmh