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Panduit Carrick Wheelers | 66th AGM 2020-2021

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Panduit Carrick Wheelers held their 66th AGM Virtually last month. Chairman Tom O’Connell opened the meeting and welcomed everyone. Tom spoke about the success the club had in 2020 despite the Pandemic currently affecting the country. The club had successfully run the slightly delayed Bobby Power memorial, and had also run the Underage All Irelands. The club had also donated…

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Panduit Carrick Wheelers Club AGM 2020

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Dear Members, In keeping with current Government Covid 19 Guidelines, we will be unable to hold a physical AGM for 2020. We will therefore in best interests of compliance, and the welfare of our members hold a Virtual AGM on Friday, the 23rd of April at 8pm. Any member that wishes to attend the Virtual AGM must contact the Club…

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Bobby Power Memorial Goes Digital

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Panduit Carrick Wheelers in conjuction with Velotec are proud to digitize the Bobby Power Memorial and bring you the Early Sprint E-Racing on the Road Grand Tour (RGT) Platform. Entry Code for Bobby Power Memorial is v67XPC7o8D   Getting Started You need 2 apps and a Source of Power. A Mobile App (Android or iOS) and a Screen App (Apple…

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Carrick Panduit Wheelers | Bobby Power Postponed

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It it with a heavy heart that Panduit Carrick Wheelers would like to announce that we are postponing our Bobby Power Memorial Races until later in this year. We are already in discussions with Cycling Ireland to get a date similar to last years event. As soon as we have more information around this we will let you all know….

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Panduit Carrick Wheelers – Bobby Power Memorial Races

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Hot on the heels of the success of our clubman Sam Bennett we are proud to present our slightly delayed open races. Panduit Carrick Wheelers Open Races Date 20/09/2020 Location: Clonea Power 11:00am Bobby Power Memorial Race – 100KM – A1 /A2 11.10am Thomas Sheehan Memorial – 80KM – A3 11.20am Landy Cup. 60KM races – A4   Route: https://www.strava.com/routes/24115781…

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Youth Nationals – A Thank You

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Panduit Carrick Wheelers would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the many people that made this year’s National Youth’s Championship the success that it was. Our thanks extend to the many competitors, their supporting families & friends, Cycling Ireland, the Commissaire’s, the Stewarts, neighbouring clubs and the Gardai; without which none of this would be possible. Considering today’s…

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Bike for Life – Introductory E-Programme

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As a result of the unprecedented number of adults now cycling every week, Cycling Ireland would like to support new cyclists with an Introductory Bike for Life eProgramme. We would recommend this course to any club member who is aware of a new cyclist, be they family, friend or work colleague. This will be a great start. It will be…

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The 65th Panduit Carrick Wheelers AGM

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Last Night (04th December 2019) was the 65th Annual General Meeting of the Panduit Carrick Wheelers. The main updates from the meeting were Chairman Tom O’Connell Vice Chairman John Dempsey Secetary Paul Lonergan Treasurer Larry Power PRO Derek Troy A heartfelt thanks was extended to our sponsors Panduit for their continued support, along with best wishes and sincerest thanks to…

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Fantastic Ride by Blanchfield in North Tipp

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North Tipp Wheelers were the hosts of this weekend’s racing. On Sunday morning, our riders headed for Cloughjordan. The course was 40km of flat, exposed roads which made for a tough race. The A1/A2 event required the riders to complete three laps of the circuit. A break of three got away at about 15km in and stayed away for the…

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Arminas Comes Close in Limerick

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The weekend began on Saturday in Leinster with the Rás Naomh Finian run by Clonard Road Club in Moyvalley, Co. Kildare. The race was run over a distance of 76km starting at the Moyvalley Hotel heading out the old Galway Road, through Clonard, Kinnegad, Milltownpass, Rochfortbridge and Tyrellspass. Once they arrived in Kilbeggan, they turned around and came back to…

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