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SERC Youth One Day

Getting close to the SERC one day.A tough course that has been already tested by some of the country’s top A1s this year. The U12,U14 and U16 are the future of Irish cycling. With some top names coming through the youth setup. The TT in the morning is a nice test for all riders there is no where to hide and a pure test of speed, power and mental resilience. The second stage has a lovely sharp and short hill that acts as the finish line also, any riders cursing this say a prayer instead it is right beside the […]

SERC Grass Track Cycling

A little snippet of our talented riders doing mostly skills tonight and a bit of racing.Skills are essential for racing and these kids have them in abundance.Chapeau!🏅🏅 It’s also great too see our members help out and especially young Connor Short our only youth, mentoring the kids. Remember, same time and place next week. Spread the word to friends who might be interested in learning or improving their bike handling skills in a safe, fun and friendly environment.

SERC Classic Sportive

Wednesday 10th July @ 7pm Bike racing is often thought best left to the young — with physical conditioning, race-craft, stamina and the ability to recover fast all peaking between the ages of 25 and 35. However….This Wednesday 10th July we are giving the young lads and lassies a rest and will be hosting an over 50, 60, and 70’s classic sportive. All are welcome to join us, ladies and gents. Sign on at Hayes transport from 6:15pm Race Start at 7:00pm

SERC Grass Track Cycling

Great turnout at the first night of grass track cycling..15 young, eager and enthusiastic kids all raced around the track looking to become the next Sean Kelly or Stephen Roche.Thanks to our members turning up to support the event.Also many thanks to the parents staying and supporting their kids cheering them on.Chapeau 🚴🏻‍♂️🚴🏻‍♀️🏅 Continues next Thursday 11th July at 7pm at Coral leisure Centre

SERC Summer League 2019

After five rounds of competitive racing in the A1, A2 and A3 category Conor Short of the South East Road Club claimed the top spot on the podium without having to put in too much effort in the final round. Shorts nearest rival for the top prize, Paul Byrne was unable to race on the night, so on paper it was between Short and Andy McGuire from the Rossbury racing club in Newross, however paper never refused ink and as the race unfolded Short only had to stay out of trouble to claim the overall title. With just over a […]