Southside Wheely Wheelers Cycling Club.

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Southside Wheely Wheelers Cycling club.
Southside Wheely Wheelers Cycling Club was delighted with the numbers
of underage cyclist’s boys and girls who joined our cycling club at
the underage cycle racing club registration evening last Friday. We
would like to thank you all and your parents for attending and joining
our cycling club and we will be in contact with you shortly to start
training and coaching. You are all very welcome to our cycling club
and we look forward to preparing you for the new cycle racing season
in 2012.
Congratulations to Pat O’Donnell who won a gold medal at the County
Limerick Hill Climb Cycling Championships.  A great win for Pat and
sets the scene for more wins next season for Southside Wheely Wheelers
Cycling club. Wheely well done Pat.
Wednesday 21st September at 6.30pm. Cyclists met at the car park next
to Kilmallock Cycles and two groups cycled off training for 40kms and
35kms. The distance of the Wednesday evening training spins are
getting shorter as the evenings are getting darker but what better way
of keeping fit and healthy by getting out on the bike. Out having a
wheely great time cycling were , Ber Gammell, Michelle Gammell, Marie
Hartnett, Noreen Ryan, Mary McCarthy, Aileen O’ Leary, Paul Gammell,
Jonathan Moloney, Donal Kelly, Sean Burchill, Jerry Ryan, Mike Sexton,
Ger Finn, Tadhg Murphy, John Carey, Willie McCarthy.
Super Saturday Training 24th September had 2 groups of cyclists
enjoying cycling in perfect cycling weather, one group started at
7.30am and another group at 9.30am. Out cycling were John Carey, Pat
O’Donnell, Mike Sexton, Owen Tobin, Sean Burchill, Jerry Ryan, John
Swords, Robert Shanahan,  Ber Gammell, Mary McCarthy, Noreen Ryan and
Jan Murphy.
Sunday 25th September cyclists met at 8.30am for the usual weekly
Sunday training and more of our club cyclists cycled in the Get back
challenge fun cycle 8kms and 60kms in Kilmallock. Well done to all the
cyclists who took part in the cycle.
Weekly Training: Super Saturday Cycle at 7.30am and 9.30am. Sunday
cycle cancelled next Sunday but we will be ready for our weekly
Wednesday cycle at 6.30pm. All cyclists are very welcome to join us
enjoying cycling at a steady, leisurely pace. New cyclists are always
made feel welcome to our club spins and we cater for all levels.

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Registration evening to join our new underage cycling club.

Southside Wheely Wheelers Cycling club.

Registration evening to join our new underage cycling club. Southside Wheely Wheelers Cycling club are proud to announce a new cycle racing club for Kilmallock and surrounding towns. Calling all boys and girls from 10 years upwards to start cycling with Southside Wheely Wheelers Cycling Club. We will cater for under 12, under 14, under 16, under 18 boys and girls and Senior cyclists of any age. Registration and presentation evening about joining our new cycle racing club and information on cycle racing planned for 2012 cycle racing season is at 7pm Friday 23rd September in Deebert Hotel. All interested underage cyclists will have to be accompanied by a parent to join our cycling club and join cycling Ireland. A new committee of five of our very enthusiastic cycling club members was formed at our last club meeting along with the backing of twenty five of our club members who will give support to the committee to organise coaching, skills and cycling training. Underage cyclists do not need a racing bike to start cycling; any bike will do to get started as having fun while cycling will be our clubs priority. Children are the future of cycling and SWW are a cycling club planning for the future of cycling. All are very welcome to this registration evening. For more information contact Paul on 0861654988 and our club website www.southsidewheelywheelers.com

Wednesday 14th September at 6.30pm. Cyclists met at the car park next to Kilmallock Cycles and 2 groups cycled off training for 50kms and 35kms. Out enjoying cycling and wheely having a great laugh on our bikes were Jerry Ryan, Ger Finn, John Carey, Mike Sexton, Paul Gammell, David Walsh, Willie McCarthy, Shane O’Brien, Paul Finn, Donal Kelly, Ber Gammell, Michelle Gammell, Jan Murphy, Noreen Ryan, Aileen O’ Leary. Well done.

Super Saturday Training 17th September cyclists met at the car park at the earlier time of  8.30pm as Ireland were playing Australia in World Cup Rugby and they wanted to be back to cheer on Ireland. Great spin in wet weather.

Sunday 18th September Cyclists left the car park at Kilmallock Cycles at 8.30am and enjoyed a leisure training cycle in one group. Well done to Paul Gammell, Stephen Finn, John Carey, Michael Gammell, Shane O’Brien, Mike Sexton, Martin Lake, Jerry Ryan, Stephen Heire, Donal Kelly.

Sean Burchill through his cycling efforts has raised thousands of euros for charity this year and for the NCBI  National Council for the Blind of Ireland. Sean cycled 400kms in the 4 City Cycle Challenge over four tough days cycling in wet and windy conditions, Sean suffered on his bicycle for charity, so others don’t have to suffer. Congratulations Sean on another great cycling challenge for charity. Our cycling club are wheely proud of you Sean. Well done.

New SWW Club cycling helmets have arrived and can be seen in Kilmallock Cycles.

Weekly Training: Super Saturday Cycle at 9.30am. Sunday cycle at 8.30am and Wednesday cycle at 6.30pm sharp as the evenings are getting dark, all meet at the car park next to Kilmallock Cycles. All cyclists are very welcome to join us enjoying cycling at a steady, leisurely pace. New cyclists are always made feel welcome to our club spins and we cater for all levels. For more information about our cycling club, why not click on our club website http://www.southsidewheelywheelers.com and on face book or you can also email us on southsidewheelywheelers@gmail.com

Southside Wheely Wheelers Ladies and Gents Club Helmets.

Southside Wheely Wheelers Ladies and Gents Club Helmets can be seen at Kilmallock Cycles from today 🙂

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Southside Wheely Wheelers Club Cycling Helmet.

Southside Wheely Wheelers Club Cycling Helmet.

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Southside Wheely Wheelers Cycling club.

Its official, cycle racing for underage has started. Southside Wheely Wheelers Cycling club are proud to announce a new cycle racing club for Kilmallock and surrounding towns. Calling all boys and girls from 10 years upwards to start cycling with Southside Wheely Wheelers Cycling Club. We will cater for under 12, under 14, under 16, under 18 boys and girls and Senior cyclists of any age. Registration and presentation evening about joining our new cycle racing club and information on cycle racing planned for 2012 cycle racing season is at 7pm Friday 23rd September in Deebert Hotel. All interested underage cyclists will have to be accompanied by a parent to join our cycling club and join cycling Ireland. A new committee of five of our very enthusiastic cycling club members was formed at our last club meeting along with the backing of twenty five of our club members who will give support to the committee to organise coaching, skills and cycling training. Underage cyclists do not need a racing bike to start cycling; any bike will do to get started as having fun while cycling will be our clubs priority. Children are the future of cycling and SWW are a cycling club planning for the future of cycling. All are very welcome to this registration evening. For more information contact Paul on 0861654988 and our club website www.southsidewheelywheelers.com

Saturday 10th September. The An Post Rebel Tour Cork city.  It was an early start for our club cyclists leaving Cork CIT on their bicycles at 9.30am and cycling 150kms and 80kms along the beautiful west Cork coast over some challenging hills against strong winds but was a great way for our club cyclists to finish the last of the An Post series of leisure tours. Wheely well done to Gerard Finn, Pat O’Donnell, Daithi Creedon, Stephen Finn, Owen Tobin, Stephen O’Meara, Tadhg Murphy, Ber Gammell, Willie McCarthy, Janette Murphy, Michelle Gammell, Phyllis Richardson, Liz Leonard, Mary McCarthy, Marie Hartnett, Jonathan Moloney, David Walsh.

Saturday 10th September Congratulations to our female club cyclist Aileen O’ Leary who completed the Achill Roar on Achill Island completing the Swim 400m or Kayak 1300m, Run 8 Km, Cycle 22 Km in 02:06:51 Great time Aileen, wheely well done.

Wednesday 7th September our weekly Wednesday evening cycle at 6.30pm  John Carey, Tadhg Murphy, Paul Finn, Willie McCarthy, Mike Sexton, Paul Gammell, John Crowley, Gerard Finn, Donal Kelly, Michael Gammell, Daithi Creedon, Jerry Ryan, David Walsh, Ber Gammell, Jan Murphy, Aileen O’ Leary, Michelle Gammell, 

Sunday 11th September Club cyclists took part in the Bruff Fun Cycle 100kms and 40kms. Well done to our cyclists who took part especially after taking part in the Rebel Tour on Saturday. Well done.

Weekly Training: Super Saturday Cycle at 9.30am. Sunday cycle at 8.30am and Wednesday cycle leaving at 6.30pm sharp as the evenings are getting dark, all meet at the car park next to Kilmallock Cycles. All cyclists are very welcome to join us enjoying cycling. For more information about our cycling club, why not click on our club website http://www.southsidewheelywheelers.com and on face book or you can also email us on southsidewheelywheelers@gmail.com

Super Saturday Cycle and Sunday Cycle.

Saturday 3rd September cyclists gathered for the Super Saturday Cycle at 9.30am. Group was led by Sean Burchil for a leisurely cycle at a steady enjoyable pace. Enjoying cycling over 2 climbs to prepare for the Rebel Tour in Cork next weekend. Out wheely enjoying cycling were Janette Murphy, Sean Burchill, John Swords, Jerry Ryan, Leslie Radcliff, Liz Leonard, Mary McCarthy, Jonathan Moloney, Denis Keating.

Sunday 4th September Sunday training cycle.  Sunday cycle was brought to you by the letter W, wild, wet and windy. Autumn has arrived in earnest and made cycling conditions even more challenging. Cycling in to horizontal rain couldn’t dampen their enthusiasm for Sunday cycling. Cyclists cycled from the car park in Kilmallock to Kilfinnane, over the Balintubber climb to Ballylanders, Galbally over the Glen of Aherlow climb by the steep hotel road and cycling down in speed to a very quite Tipperary Town as they were all gone up to Dublin for the All Ireland Final and cycled on to Knocklong and home. Out cycling the 80km were Owen Tobin, Michael Gammell, Stephen Finn, Brendan Houlihan, Willie Houlihan, Stephen O’Meara, David Walsh, John Carey, Mike Sexton, Shane O’Brien, Jerry Herbert, Pat O’Donnell. Great stuff lads, wheely well done.

Sean Burchill through his cycling efforts has raised thousands of euro for charity this year and the NCBI  National Council for the Blind of Ireland. Sean once again is back on his bicycle for the NCIB charity and is cycling the 4 City Cycle Challenge 7th to 10th September.  4 Cities – 400kms – 4 Days: cycling from Dublin, to Galway, to Limerick and Cork for NCBI. Sean will suffer on his bicycle for charity, so others don’t have to suffer. Best of luck to our SWW club chairman, Sean Burchill.

Underage Cycling: SWW cycle racing committee is in progress on starting underage and senior cycling to focus on next year’s racing season. Coaching and cycling skills will be our priority. We will cater for under 12, under 14, under 16, under 18 boys and girls and Senior cyclists of any age. For more information contact Paul on 0861654988  

Wednesday 31st August large crowd gathered at 6.30pm in the car park next to Kilmallock Cycles and left at 6.30pm sharp as the evenings are closing in fast and now dark at 8.30pm. The gents group cycled to Bruree, Rockhill, Ballagran, Castletown and had fun cycling a circuit with 3 hills and then on to Bruree and back to Kilmallock. The ladies group cycled from Kilmallock, Bruff, Hospital, Knocklong and back to Kilmallock. Wheely well done great training. Out enjoying the cycling were Brendan Houlihan, Tim Mulcahy, Willie McCarthy, John Crowley, Liam Duggan, Michael Gammell, Tadhg Murphy, Gerard Finn, Sean Burchill, Shane O’Brien, Jerry Ryan, Owen Tobin, John Carey, David Walsh, Donal Kelly, Mike Sexton, Jan Murphy, Michelle Gammell , Ber Gammell, Marie Hartnett, Leslie Radcliff, Aileen O’ Leary, Noreen Ryan, Paul Gammell, Jonathan Moloney.