8 hours ago

Thursday night is the last night of our summer series This will be an uphill time trial on the old sweep road. Come along and test yourself in the "race of truth", just you against yourself. Prize giving for the summer series will take place directly afterwards at the Marine Bar,X35 RR52.Prizes on the night also for the Time Trial. Sign on at Ring Cross R674 @6.30, first bike away @7pm.

1 day ago

Thursday night is the last night of our summer series is an uphill time trial on the old sweep road. Come along and test yourself in the "race of truth", just you against yourself. Prize giving for the summer series will take place directly afterwards at the Marine Bar,X35 RR52.Prizes on the night also for the Time Trial. Sign on at Ring Cross R674 @6.30, first bike away @7pm

2 days ago

The Tuesday Trotters are heading to the seaside this week 630pm Kilrush, Helvick,Ardmore, Kinsalebeg, N25 home. Mixed group pace 28/30kph๐Ÿ˜€

2 days ago

The weekend spins managed to get out in between the showers. DCC was well represented on the racing and sportive action this week.

SPIN REPORTS

G23k : The weather didn't look favourable for todays spin but by the time we hit the road it improved. The group headed along the N72 turning left at the Welcome inn. As Kereen approached a water stop was called to take off the rain gear at the pub. The group continued towards Clahmore turning for Aglish cycling through Villierstown onto Dromana. Upon reaching Cappoquin the group turned left for dearpark and headed back into Lismore for coffee at the Farmers market. As the group headed for home entering Cappoquin the cyclists turned right for Kilmalosh back onto the Clashmore road heading for home via the Bog road. Dis 73km avg 22kph

Group 4 set off on a fast clip out the coast road to Bunmahon and then turning left for the first climb to Kill. Turning left in Kill there was a slight deviation from the route we turned right to bring us to the N25. Turning left off the N25 Danny had a surprise hill in store for us before descending into Kilmacthomas where we decided to stop for coffee. Sitting outside in the sunshine meeting with cyclists from Waterford the clouds started to gather so we headed for Mahon bridge turned towards Lemmybrien and onto Kilrossanty and avoided the rain. Turning right to start the climb over the Mauma road the wind had picked up with cross winds at the top. All climbed successfully and we descended into Kilbrien and onto Beary's cross. A quick water stop and it was on the road again into a headwind but so far so good we had dodged the showers. A quick descent down Colligan and turning at Master McGrath the promised rain arrived. A good spin 81Km with 900m climbing.

G3 had 14 out hoping to dodge the showers on this week's spin A smart clip up Colligan turning left at the top to descend the black hill. Off to Cappoquin cutting across a new road for us to appear out at the top of Lismore. A long ... See more

2 days ago

2 days ago

Don't forget folks. Wednesday is the closing date to order your new club snoodie. Contact Jason on 0873518019 or jasontravers2411@gmail.com if you have any questions .

2 days ago

Well done to Mark Rowe who was 4th today in the Meath Grand Prix...This was Marks third race this season and he has now gained points towards his A3 license... Well done Mark!!

2 days ago

Out for a spin and home just in time to avoid the rain

4 days ago

DCC were privileged to help out at the Jones Engineering Sportive in Clonmel on Friday in aid of Canteen Ireland. Many thanks to all the riders, the staff of Jones for looking after us so well, to Sean Kelly and Barry Meehan, and Mike Wall for coordinating it all so efficiently. Many compliments were received on how well our new kit looked on the road ๐Ÿ˜€ photos Sean Rowe

4 days ago

Tom Moroney in action @Jones Engineering Charity Sportive in Clonmel Yesterday

Photo Sean Rowe