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KCC attend Wicklow 200 for the second year

Some must have thought last years punishing climbs and distance wasn’t enough as they returned along with some new victims to compete (even though it’s not a race) in the W200 for 2016. We...

It’s all about QOM’s for our KCC ladies

We must be doing something right at these development rides as our ladies are starting to dominate the local segments by accumulating QOM after QOM, they are holding their own at 20 mph (&...

Week Ending 29/05/16

Our turn to run the interclub TT around the Balloo triangle and after the previous week being cancelled due to weather, this week didn’t disappoint in numbers turning out to give this rolling circuit...

Week Ending 15th May

KCC just seems to be getting busier & busier, or it must be the good weather that is bringing out all these new and old cyclist. As a club we accumulated near 8,000 miles...

Week Ending 8th May

Sorry for the delay, however the threat of a kick up the ass by Heather M, has prompted me to get the report sorted. As per previous weekly reports, the club continues to develop...

Week Ending 01/05/16

KCC continues to grow in strength and members as we are inundated with more requests for club rides and applications for new members – We must be doing something right ­čÖé We ran our...

Week Ending 24/04/16

Club runs continue to gather numbers and are being well represented by male and female, especially the Thursday night loop route were the ladies are holding their own at over 18++ mph averages. Looking...

Week Ending 17/04/16

We had our new KCC ‘bridge the gap’ ride on Tuesday evening that gathered good numbers for the first outing, which shows that members (& non members) are willing to put the effort in...

Back to cycling Sunday

Great turnout for our Back to Cycling Sunday. We had approximately 15 cyclists out, making their way around the K25 route in what appeared to be the best Sunday this year so far weather wise!...