MTB Open race – Volunteers required

MTB Open race – Volunteers required

Dromara CC are hosting round one of the Ulster XC league, next sunday, the 19th March 2017. We are looking to replicate the success of the 2016 race and to do that, we need your help. There are lots of roles to fill, so take a look below and see if you can assist in any way and let me (Barry Kellett) know as soon as you can! Thanks. You can get me on barry@dromaracc.co.uk, or by mobile at 07751231376, or you can get me on Facebook if those means fail. We will get you a nice Yellow vest, maybe Read more [...]
2017 Off Road season preview

2017 Off Road season preview

With the 2016 cyclocross season only over us, it is already time to look ahead to the 2017 season for the off road riders in Dromara CC. The number of club members who participate in off road cycling continues to grow, year on year. With the club off road league to look forward to later in the spring and through the summer, groups of varying abilities on social rides and a full season of open racing on the calendar, there is always plenty on offer to please all. Cross Country Racing The traditional Read more [...]

Davison takes podium at Biking Blitz

The XC Season sprung back into action on sunday with Round 1 of the Biking Blitz at Ballinastoe, Co.Wicklow. This is always a popular series run by Biking.ie, with great numbers in attendance. Dromara were represented at the race by Peter Davison, Robert Davison and Paul Hamilton. Peter had a disastrous start in the Junior race, getting involved in a crash in the opening seconds as riders jostled for position. The bike was a race write off with the rear brake hose being torn off. Luckily he was Read more [...]
Craigavon Delivers (Babies?)

Craigavon Delivers (Babies?)

Dromara CC hosted the latest round of the Ulster CX series on Sunday past, at the Craigavon Water sports centre. A fantastic, twisting, snaking course compacted into one relatively small area provided for some hard racing. The torrential rain in the days leading up to the event brought the inevitable mud. But what Kind of mud would it be? Somewhere between a Grade 4 (Peanut butter) and Grade 5 (Goo) covered the majority of the course, with a couple of sections producing a small mix of grades 6 & Read more [...]