THE National Cycling Championships being staged in Omagh at the end of the month are to be televised for the first time on British Eurospor
BERAGH’S finest Marc Potts has pedalled his way into the Ireland senior track squad following his impressive performance at the An Post Ras.
THE MULLIGAN family from Omagh had plenty to celebrate after father and son, Johnny and Paul almost pulled off a sensational double at the Emyvale GP on Sunday.
A NUMBER of local businesses have weighed in with valuable support for this year’s Irish National Cycling Championships which will be held in Omagh for the first time
On Sunday, May 3 local cyclists embark on one of their favourite days of the year – the annual Bundoran to Sally’s spin with proceeds going to the John McGirr Fund.
HAVING had the experience of racing as part of a professional team followed by an extended winter training programme, Marc Potts believes he is well placed for a strong season in the saddle.
On a sunny Sunday over 250 riders took to the now famous McCann Cup circuit around Fintona and Seskinore, competing in five different races, organised by the local Omagh Wheelers CC.
OMAGH Wheelers Cycling Club has netted a whopping €25,000 after being named as one of the five winners in the Coca Cola Thank You Fund awards in Dublin.
RISING cycling star Marc Potts has recorded his first ever victory as a professional by winning a 70 kilometre race in the town of Boezinge, West Belgium.
A GROUP of intrepid cyclists covered an amazing 175 miles in one day while cycling from Mizen Head to Malin Head at the weekend.