Sunday 28th April. The Vee 155kms Cycle.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERACongratulations to the SWW Club cyclists who completed 155kms this morning cycling over the VEE. Great credit and admiration has to be said for your dedication to cycling and preparation for the Wicklow 200. Everyone of you have done yourself proud today. It’s a pleasure to cycle with such a dedicated group of cyclists. A Special thank you to Ber and Michelle for the Coffee and food stop on the top of the VEE.

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Routes for Sunday 21st April 201.

Training route for 21st April 2013 Sunday morning leaving the car park at Kilmallock Cycles at 7.30am. Check it out, great route with one climb 126kms.
http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/187975266

Group leaving at 8.30am Sunday morning will cycle a shorter route of 62kms Knocklong, Ballylanders, Mitchelstown, Kilfinnane, Kilmallock. Please check it out here http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/195249320

Wednesday Evening Cycle 10th April 2013.

Wed 10th April SWW Wednesday Evening Cycle at 6.30pm
1 Bruff Athlacca Bruree Kilmallock 26km
2 Bruff Athlacca Bruree Charleville Kilmallock 38 km
Lights and High Viz Required by all cyclists. Be Safe Be Seen.

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Underage Cycling Training Tuesday 9th April 3013

Underage in door cycling training starting this Tuesday 9th April at 6.30pm at Bruff Rugby Club in Klballyowen. Bring your bike, bottle of water, cycling clothing, if you have a turbo trainer bring it with you but we have some available. We have 2 Cycle Rollers and each cyclist will have a go on to improve your cycling balance. Parents welcome to stay and help with training. I will update training plans at this training. Tks a mill, Paul. 086 1654988

Routes for Sunday 7th April 2013

Sunday 07/04/2013 the SWW Club training cycle is as follows:
7.30 am 120 km Hub Route 5 Hills
8.30 am 3 Hills
click on link to view map
http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/188585960

SWW Club Notes 2nd April 2013

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Southside Wheely Wheelers own Daithi Creedon did the club, county and himself proud in the Rás Mumhan over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend. This is a prestigious four day race and Daithi showed strongly on all four days competing very well against some top Irish and International cyclists finishing above many cyclists from A1 and A2. Daithi was promoted from A4 to A3 for this season and has showed he is not out of his depth in the presence of some of the big guns of Irish cycling.
We had our gear collection night last week in Deebert House Hotel, well done to Mike Gammell. The gear ordering is a tough and sometimes thankless task which is very time consuming. Now that we have thanked you we will resume slagging, sorry Mike. Anyone who didn’t make it can contact Mike or Paul to arrange collection. Most of the outstanding hoody orders have been collected or dispatched over the weekend. Thanks to Pat O Donnell for getting the remaining orders to their rightful homes. There is one or two awaiting collection from Paul in Kilmallock cycles.
Our Saturday improvers cycle continued with Peggy Bourke, Liz Leonard and Jerry Ryan completing 40KM while our club spies tell they saw Seanie proudly donning the SWW gear heading out the Muckross Road heading for Molls Gap Saturday morning. The Same Saturday group were back out on Monday putting in another 45Km, by all accounts Peggy is flying.
While Daithi was doing us proud on the racing front on Sunday, a large number from our club completed the Stephen Roche Atlantic challenge over 80 km in extremely testing conditions. It was a day for the long johns and it’s scary to think that this time last year we were applying sun screen and still getting burnt while this year its wind chill we are fighting.
Our Wednesday evening club training will start again on Wednesday the 10th of April at 6.30 sharp, we will have a group and pace for everyone and all newbies are welcome.
Starting this Sunday the 7th of April we will have two cycles on a Sunday, the first will head out at 7.45 and will for the time being mainly be a hill fest over the 5 hill challenge route. This route is time consuming and as we are a family orientated club and this early start will give the cyclists who want to get in this tough training and still be home for 12 for some family time. Our 8.30 club cycle will continue as normal and with all our cycles there is always a pace for everyone and we never leave anyone behind9665_4867649163254_469803728_n<