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October 18th:

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September 29th: GC Below

General Classifaction after Round 1

Pos

Rider Name

Rider Club

Overall

Gap

1 Roger Aiken Asea Wheelworx 42:11
2 Glenn Kinning Kinning Cycles 42:23 00:12
3 Graham Boyd Xmtb McConvey Cycles 42:23 00:12
4 David Conroy Donnybrook Landscape Co.Scott 42:32 00:21
5 Barry Kellett Dromara Cycling Club 43:49 01:38
6 Anthony Doyle Velo Revolution Strata3 44:54 02:43
7 Brendan Doherty VC Glendale 45:11 03:00
8 Craig McCarthy Xmtb McConvey Cycles 46:00 03:49
9 Christian Nachtigall Phoenix CC 46:25 04:14
10 John Bogues Phoenix CC 46:35 04:24
11 Jason Henry Unattached Ulster 46:45 04:34
12 Nathan Mullan Dromara Cycling Club 46:54 04:43
13 Mark Harvey Xmtb McConvey Cycles 46:55 04:44
14 Dominic McCartan Apollo CT 46:55 04:44
15 Barry Convery Newry Wheelers CC 47:14 05:03
16 Joseph McCrory Carn Wheelers 47:25 05:14
17 Stephen McKenna Omagh Wheelers 47:38 05:27
18 Stephen Cunnningham Shimna Wheelers 47:40 05:29
19 Derek Finnegan Keevan CC 47:53 05:42
20 Peter Morrison Velo Cafe Magasin 48:08 05:57
21 Gary Sheils Newry Wheelers CC 48:08 05:57
22 Kevin Keane Belpark Triathlon Club 48:11 06:00
23 Peter Davison Dromara Cycling Club 48:11 06:00
24 Andy Layhe Trail Demons CC 48:21 06:10
25 Adam Duff Xmtb McConvey Cycles 48:23 06:12
26 Thomas Creighton Xmtb McConvey Cycles 49:25 07:14
   

Ladies

   

Pos

Rider Name

Rider Club

Overall

Gap

1 Trudy Brown VC Glendale 44:10
2 Gill Smith Phoenix CC 44:32 00:22
3 Julie Rea Phoenix CC 46:19 02:09
4 Emma Casey Trail Demons CC 47:06 02:56
5 Martina Hawkins Shimna Wheelers 47:58 03:48
6 Sharon Moore 50:59 06:49
7 Caroline Martinez EPIC MTB 52:24 08:14
   

B Race

   

Pos.

Rider Name

Rider Club

Overall

Gap

1 David Broome Dromara Cycling Club 47:32
2 Jonnie Boyle TC Racing 47:58 0:26
3 Connor Young Kinning Cycles 48:09 0:37
4 Chris Lawlor VC Glendale 48:16 0:44
5 Luke McMullan Ballymena Road Club 48:19 0:47
6 Paul McArthur North Down CC 48:25 0:53
7 Colm Watson VC Glendale 48:43 1:11
8 Kenny Bucke Team RAD 49:06 1:34
9 Michael McMullan North Down CC 49:06 1:34
10 Michael Havern Newry Wheelers CC 49:16 1:44
11 Alan Hall Team Vision Racing 49:45 2:13
12 Jonathan Graham Velo Club Mourne 49:48 2:16
13 Ross Galway Killinchy CC 49:52 2:20
14 Christopher McCann Banbridge CC 49:54 2:22
15 Aaron Baines Spinning Banbridge 50:00 2:28
16 Barry Greer Kinning Cycles 50:07 2:35
17 Richard Gaffikin Killinchy CC 50:12 2:40
18 Barry Kirkland Island Wheelers 50:19 2:47
19 Robert Talbot Harps CC 50:20 2:48
20 Liam Dolan Cuchulainn CC 50:50 3:18
21 Aaron McCann Cuchulainn CC 51:16 3:44
22 Edward Shannon Velo Club Mourne 51:13 3:41
23 Daniel Daly Phoenix CC 51:15 3:43
24 Sean Maguire VC Glendale 51:46 4:14
25 Mark Bartley **UNATTACHED Ulster** 51:57 4:25
26 Rodney Young Carn Wheelers 52:01 4:29
27 Nigel Gibson Carn Wheelers 52:02 4:30
28 Broome David Dromara Cycling Club 52:08 4:36
29 Kyle Fisher Lakeland CC 52:20 4:48
30 Richard Faloon Xmtb McConvey Cycles 52:32 5:00
31 Kevin Devlin Trail Demons CC 52:29 4:57
32 Mark Sergeant Keevan CC 52:48 5:16
33 Michael Rauch Killinchy CC 52:35 5:03
34 Neil McCartan Powerhouse Sport 52:44 5:12
35 Richard Cahill Moynalty Cycling Club 52:52 5:20
36 Barry Mooney Scott Orwell Wheelers 53:03 5:31
37 Rod McBride Killinchy CC 53:32 6:00
38 Keith Abraham Trail Demons CC 53:51 6:19
39 Derek Graham Dromara Cycling Club 53:47 6:15
40 Andrew Ferguson Castlereagh CC 54:07 6:35
41 Fergus McCann Cuchulainn CC 53:54 6:22
42 Adrian Booth Dromara Cycling Club 53:58 6:26
43 Sean McCourt VC Glendale 54:07 6:35
44 Keith Freel North Down CC 54:28 6:56
45 Stephen Prentice Banbridge CC 54:27 6:55
46 Kieran Gilligan Island Wheelers 54:31 6:59
47 Gibson Chambers Dromara Cycling Club 54:34 7:02
48 Peter McBride Banbridge CC 55:10 7:38
49 Stephen Coney Island Wheelers 55:08 7:36
50 James O'Hagan Newry Wheelers CC 55:10 7:38
51 Mark Hanna Velo Cafe Magasin 55:18 7:46

 

September 28th Report on Round one

Cycling Ulster and Sticky Bottle

Full Results on Ulstercyclocross.com

 

19th April Ards TT 10 mile

Barry Greer, Chris Cameron, Glenn and Andrew took part in Ard 10 mile time trial. The course was from Millisle to Ballywalter and back. Glenn took 2nd with a time of 0:22:20, Andrew 0:24:53, Chris 0:27:24, Barry 0:27:48. A great turn out from club members on a great sunny night.

 

12th April Ards TT 10km

Glenn, Roy & Andrew Patton took part in the Ards 10km from Greyabbey to Newtownards. Glenn took the time of 0:13:09, Andrew, on his cross bike, 0:14:21 and Roy in his first race, 0:16:38

10th April XMTB Spring League RD 3

Andrew Patton was the only rider to take part in round 3 of the XMTB Spring League. He finished well enough to give him self 3rd over all in the B series. A great result for him as he only threw his leg over a MTB a few weeks ago.

3rd of April PJ Logan Cup

A wet damp Sunday saw Glenn take to the start line in the PJ Logan Cup. A early break formed and Glenn managed to make it across. By the line he had lost ground to Chirs McGlinmchy, winner of last weeks Ras Mumham. Glenn claimed 2nd.

25th March - Easter Tour of the North

Easter saw Andrew Gregg, Glenn Kinning team up with Chris Lawlor and Ben Joughin. the team was well looked after Frank Campbell and Clare Kinning. Stage one at Kirkistown blew to bits and saw the majority of the field lapped but the stage and over all winner. Stage two was fast from GO! with a blistering tail wind from Portaferry, speeds averaged 30mph plus to Ards. At this point Glenn made his move and got away with 3 other riders. The 4 hung out for 70 miles and where caught with 5 mile to go. Glenn Forged on with another lead group and managed 4th. the rest of the team held there ground in the main group. Sunday saw stage 3 a short time trail. Sunday after noon was another road stage where Ben help Glenn claim some King of the Hill Glenn Kinning Tour of Noth Spotty jerseypoints. After this Ben made it in to the winning break claiming 3rd on the stage.Monday was the final stage and it was all to play for. Ben had another fantastic ride making into the break. Andrew and Chris sheltered and looked after Glenn all day. As the break was caught Glenn was put in to a good postion by his team mates and claimed 2nd on the stage and enough points to claim his 3rd King Of The Hill jersey.

13th March Craigavon MTB Race

Andrew Patton & barry Greer few the flag at the Ulster Cross Country Series. A fast slippy course proved tough for some and a lot of DNF's. Andrew finished 24th and Barry 32nd.

12th March - Tour of Ards.

Andrew Gregg & Glenn Kinning took to the start line in the 1st of the big Ulster classic races. The tour of Ards, the trophy is engraved with some of the legends of Irish cyclist. This year saw Roger win with Glenn claiming 5th. Andrew Gregg had bike issues late on.

February 28th XMTB Spring League - Ormeau Park

Glenn Kinning Tour of Noth Spotty jersey

Sunday saw Bradley Kinning, Under 6, Glenn Kinning and with Andrew Patton riding his first MTB race. A great ride saw Andrew finish top 5 in the B race. His new Trek Superfly put through the paces. With Bradley having fun and enjoying the Under 6 race. Glenn took the win in the A race from Graham Boyd.

February 27th – John Moore Memorial, Carryduff

Both Andrew Gregg & Glenn took to the line again in the John Moore Memorial. Glenn had brought out his Trek Emonda SLR, Project One. A good strong field saw some good tough racing.  Glenn was part of a break that formed in the last few miles, while Andrew finished just in front of the main bunch.

February 21st - Phoenix GP Nuts Corner

 
Andrew Gregg, new to the club for 2016, lined up for his first road race in his new colours. He did us proud and looked the part and even made the kit look well, must have been the tanned legs. He managed to hold his ground with the leaders finishing just a few seconds back with Glenn.

January 10th – Irish Cyclocross Championships

Glenn Kinning Cycles Irish champs 2016Glenn was the only rider on the day to ride the champs. He had great backing from the other club members. In the pits was Eddie and Connor. Glenn had a run of back luck on theday, two punctures and a jammed chain. He got a new bike from pits and made his way back to claim 3rd. Three Bronze Medals in three years. That was the Cross season wrapped up. The Trek Boone and bontrager aeolus wheels put away till September.

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In 2014 Kinning Cycles started as a cycling club focused on racing in Ireland. We compete at the highest level at road racing and MTB races, focusing on Cyclocross. Last year saw the team take on the Tour of the North, Tour of Ulster, All Ireland Road Race Champs, Cyclocross World Cup, Koksjide, Soudal Classic Hasselt. The team also hosted their first open race, GP Kinning Cycles.

This year we aim to go better at all disciplines, running 4 open cyclocross races, having stronger teams in the stage races and competing in more foreign races. Keep up to date on our Facebook Page