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By: Madmtb  05/12/2011

S3 was won by Gary Shields [Cuchulainn] with Mad racers finishing 24th Jon Willetts, Ronan Mooney 27th, Chris Mollaghan 31st, Rob Roostwhittle 42nd and Nick Lanotte 46th.

S4 won by Ryan Walsh [Carn wheelers] and Madmtb lads Martin Butterly 7th, Derek Hayes 10th, peter Loscher 11th, Alan Walsh 30th.

S2 women won by Gill Smith with Mad racer Agata Tamulewicz 4th

S3 women was won by Caroline Murphy [Epic] with Mad’s Claire Breslin 2nd ans Aine McKenna [IMBRC] 3rd.

Scott Wallace finished 10th in his first race at u16 and Conor Lavelle continued his dominance with a win in u14

Much thanks to IMBRC for a fine weekend

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Mountainbiking Association of Dublin » beginners

Spare tube – You’re sure to get a puncture eventually so it’s wise to have a spare tube with you. Basic tools – at a mininum you should have tyre levers and allen keys for the bolts on your bike. There is no charge for the course but everyone will have an opportunity to join MAD afterwards. Over three weekends we’ll introduce riders to off-road riding and the trails. Our much-anticipated MTB introductory course is starting this month.


Mountainbiking Association of Dublin » events

Event will be a Mass start for all competitors at 12.00 Noon, and will be over a 35km course [2 laps], with all the flowy singletrack in Killruddery from last years Nationals as well as a big Climb up high onto the small Sugarloaf, and long descent too. There is No pre-riding on Saturday 25th July, but you can see the course early on Sunday Morning, we will be open for sign on at 9.30, Sign on will close at 11.30am.


Mountainbiking Association of Dublin » trailbuilding

There is a sort of old vehicle track heading roughly north across the open land, I reckon this dates from the time the trees in this area were felled a few years ago. With this in mind, we are thinking of clearing a new section of trail (keenly spotted by Alan Ayling, trail finder/designer extraordinaire) up in Slade.


Mountainbiking Association of Dublin » racing

We have trimmed a few minutes of the original lap time by removing some climbs, accelerating/re-aligning some of the singletrack sections, and raking and smoothing out as many sections as we can. Our intent is to provide the fastest and most fun course of 2010, and that you don’t even remember the climbs – just all the fun stuff.