On behalf of myself and the club committee I want to express our thanks to everyone who has supported the Government Guidelines and Cycling Ireland (CI) position on cycling in the current difficult environment. I hope that you and your families are all well and continue to be in the coming weeks.

There has been a renewed emphasis on the importance of everyone adhering to the Government Guidelines this holiday weekend and I believe it’s important that we all play our part by continuing to support both the club and CI stated position. All club activities continue to be suspended until further notice and no club member should be cycling unless it’s in line with the exceptions outlined in Government communications.

It’s great to hear so many reports of club members participating in Zwift sessions, following training plans on the turbo, cycling on rollers and engaging in walking or other forms of limited exercise. In the coming days we will post some information on stretches, leg exercises, core work etc. and other house or garden-based exercises on the club forum to help keep up fitness, flexibility and motivation for our eventual return to the roads.

We all miss getting out on the open road especially as the weather improves however this is the time where we need to remain committed to supporting the Government, CI and Club position. If everyone keeps up the effort the quicker, we will get back to normal and contribute to the health and well being of club members, the cycling community, our families and friends and the public.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all our members who are working on the front line, we really appreciate all your efforts and look forward to thanking you in person when this is all over.

Best wishes for a healthy and happy Easter – let’s do our bit to keep it that way for everyone.


Louise Keane

Club President
On behalf of the club committee

Link to Government Guidelines: www.gov.ie/en/publication/cf9b0d-new-pub...nt-further-spread-o/

Cycling Ireland Latest Press Release: www.cyclingireland.ie/cycling-news-item/...lth-guidelines/27497