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Cyclists Honoured HERE Tour of Monaghan 2022 HERE Little Bit of History HERE Brady Museum HERE
Cycling
We held our final Wednesday evening last week. There was a short 30km spin followed by a club BBQ and social event. As expected, the final turnout was excellent with the requirement to divide cyclists into a number of different groups. The BBQ and social event went down very well with our members. Thanks to everyone who organised the event and especially to Kilpatrick’s Butchers Scotstown for the burgers and McMahons Centra Scotstown for the traybakes. Despite finishing with our Wednesday evening spins, our Saturday and Sunday morning spins will continue year round. The Sunday early loop will continue for a few more weeks while there is enough light for it to remain safe. Last Sunday the route was Emyvale, Tydavnet, Scotstown, Roslea (via Rally School), Donagh, Teemore, Ballyconnell (tea stop), Belturbet, Clones, Killeevan, Magherarney, Monaghan and home for 125kms. Tommy McCague will be organising his infamous spin classes again this year at Fitness Habit. They will run from early November to early February over 12 weeks on Mondays and Wednesdays. More details will follow soon. One of our final events of the year, Bike the Blackwater will take place next Sunday 25th September leaving from the Navan Centre in Armagh at 9am. A highly popular event with two route distances (120km and 60km) along the river Blackwater going through the counties of Monaghan, Armagh, Tyrone and Fermanagh. This year Bike the Blackwater sportif is hosted by Emyvale Cycling Club and sponsored by The Spin Doctor bike shop in Emyvale, Co. Monaghan. Proceeds will be donated to charity.
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Cycling
Cyclists Honoured HERE Tour of Monaghan 2022 HERE Little Bit of History HERE Brady Museum HERE
We held our final Wednesday evening last week. There was a short 30km spin followed by a club BBQ and social event. As expected, the final turnout was excellent with the requirement to divide cyclists into a number of different groups. The BBQ and social event went down very well with our members. Thanks to everyone who organised the event and especially to Kilpatrick’s Butchers Scotstown for the burgers and McMahons Centra Scotstown for the traybakes. Despite finishing with our Wednesday evening spins, our Saturday and Sunday morning spins will continue year round. The Sunday early loop will continue for a few more weeks while there is enough light for it to remain safe. Last Sunday the route was Emyvale, Tydavnet, Scotstown, Roslea (via Rally School), Donagh, Teemore, Ballyconnell (tea stop), Belturbet, Clones, Killeevan, Magherarney, Monaghan and home for 125kms. Tommy McCague will be organising his infamous spin classes again this year at Fitness Habit. They will run from early November to early February over 12 weeks on Mondays and Wednesdays. More details will follow soon. One of our final events of the year, Bike the Blackwater will take place next Sunday 25th September leaving from the Navan Centre in Armagh at 9am. A highly popular event with two route distances (120km and 60km) along the river Blackwater going through the counties of Monaghan, Armagh, Tyrone and Fermanagh. This year Bike the Blackwater sportif is hosted by Emyvale Cycling Club and sponsored by The Spin Doctor bike shop in Emyvale, Co. Monaghan. Proceeds will be donated to charity.
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