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Westport was the venue recently for the second ever Mayo Cycling Championship. The event attracted the best cyclists that Mayo has to offer with in-form riders such as Patrick Clarke from Castlebar and professional rider Charles Prendergast from Louisburgh taking their place on the starting line along with 51 other cyclists from the nine cycling clubs in Mayo.
This year will see two Mayo based teams taking part in the An Post Rás for the first time. Castlebar Cycling Club first entered a team in the big race in 2009 and has competed in three instalments of the race since, and will be once again on the start line when the race gets under way on Sunday. This years Rás team is made up of brothers Patrick and Ciaran Clarke alongside Bernard Twomeny, Chris Coyle, and David Brennan.
After four rounds of the Mayo cycling league Swinford man Kevin Roache has now scored more points in the four races to date than the other 87 starters, he wears the Marrey Bikes sponsored yellow jersey of league leader.
The granting of a licence for the beer marquee at next week’s Festival of the Fires is to be left until almost the last possible date after minor Garda concerns postponed the formality for another seven days at Athlone District Court this week (April 25).
Western Edge Medical Communications (WEMC) Ltd has announced its sponsorship of Castlebar Cycling Club’s entry to the An Post Rás for the third year in succession. Castlebar CC will again achieve a truly impressive goal as they represent Mayo with a team of five riders from this single club. WEMC is proud to be associated with this level of achievement and wishes Chris Coyle (team captain), Dave Brennan, Bernard Twoomey, and brothers Patrick and Ciaran Clarke, the luck and success that their massive dedication to the sport deserves.
Castlebar Cycling Club is gearing up for its two day charity sponsored cycle, starting today, Friday September 17, through to tomorrow Saturday September 18, in support of Western Care Association services throughout Mayo.