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# cycling - Wednesday 5 October, 2016

Council wants to ban cars and lorries from part of the quays in Dublin

Dublin City Council has revived a plan for a two-way cycling route along the quays between Heuston Station and the city’s docklands.

# cycling - Monday 3 October, 2016

"Keep cyclists alive alive-oh": Hundreds of cyclists protest outside Department of Transport

The protest is being organised by the Dublin Cycling Campaign, and kicks off in Dublin city centre from 5.30pm.

# cycling - Friday 30 September, 2016

From The42 Wiggins lashes out against 'ludicrous' calls to make TUEs public Stance

Wiggins lashes out against 'ludicrous' calls to make TUEs public

It’s been a difficult week for the former Tour de France winner.

London to copy Dublin as UK capital plans to ban HGVs from the city

New mayor Sadiq Khan wants a total ban on dangerous lorries in the English capital.

# cycling - Wednesday 28 September, 2016

From The42 Lance Armstrong offers Paul Kimmage the chance to take him on at Dublin event Old Foes

Lance Armstrong offers Paul Kimmage the chance to take him on at Dublin event

The disgraced former cyclist will be in Ireland for the One Zero sports conference in October.

# cycling - Tuesday 27 September, 2016

From The42 'I have to set a good example, morally and ethically': Froome calls for urgent TUE reform Fancy Bears

'I have to set a good example, morally and ethically': Froome calls for urgent TUE reform

Statement comes as Bradley Wiggins faces continuing scrutiny over his medical exemptions.

# cycling - Monday 26 September, 2016

From The42 'I trust the process': Brailsford says Wiggins TUEs were not performance-enhancing Grey Sky

'I trust the process': Brailsford says Wiggins TUEs were not performance-enhancing

Team Sky GM finally breaks his silence on TUE revelations.

# cycling - Sunday 25 September, 2016

From The42 Wiggins: I was not seeking unfair advantage TUE

Wiggins: I was not seeking unfair advantage

Five-time Olympic champion Bradley Wiggins insists his use of TUEs was to put him back on a “level playing field”.

# cycling - Saturday 24 September, 2016

From The42 Wiggins's former doctor questions TUE use Wiggo

Wiggins's former doctor questions TUE use

Wiggins’s TUE history was made public last week when his medical records were leaked.

# cycling - Wednesday 21 September, 2016

Brother of cyclist killed in collision pays tribute to sister at Dublin protest

Today, a group of cyclists called on the Transport Minister Shane Ross to increase funding for cycling and walking.

# cycling - Friday 16 September, 2016

From The42 'I really felt I had a medal there': Mechanical failure costs Eoghan Clifford dearly Chain Pain

'I really felt I had a medal there': Mechanical failure costs Eoghan Clifford dearly

It wasn’t to be for the 36-year-old today.

# cycling - Thursday 15 September, 2016

From The42 'I rang my wife saying I don't want any more of this but there's no way I wasn't going to do it' Crowning Glory

'I rang my wife saying I don't want any more of this but there's no way I wasn't going to do it'

Eoghan Clifford had been in pain days before his surge to Paralympic glory but he wasn’t going to let anything get in his way.

From The42 A day to remember as Ireland shine in the Rio sun to deliver four glorious medals Wonderful Wednesday

A day to remember as Ireland shine in the Rio sun to deliver four glorious medals

Two gold, one silver and one bronze made Wednesday an unforgettable day at the Paralympic Games.

# cycling - Wednesday 14 September, 2016

From The42 'You get me the new leg, I will do the rest': Lynch delivers on his promise in style Perfectly Timed

'You get me the new leg, I will do the rest': Lynch delivers on his promise in style

After the heartbreak of London, the 45-year-old timed it right today to claim silver.

# cycling - Tuesday 13 September, 2016

A row over billboards in south Dublin could mean higher prices for Dublin Bikes users

Councilors are denying the row is about ‘nimbyism’.

From The42 Lance Armstrong to speak at Dublin sports conference Talking Sport

Lance Armstrong to speak at Dublin sports conference

The former cyclist will take part in a ‘no-holds-barred’ public interview in October.

# cycling - Thursday 8 September, 2016

From The42 'I want three medals around my neck': Ireland's dynamic duo gunning for track glory Paralympics

'I want three medals around my neck': Ireland's dynamic duo gunning for track glory

All eyes will be on Rio’s Velodrome over the next few days as Ireland’s cyclists go in search of Paralympic success.

Three cyclists have died on Irish roads in the past few weeks Staying Safe This post contains videos

Three cyclists have died on Irish roads in the past few weeks

Is it safe out there on a bike?

# cycling - Wednesday 7 September, 2016

From The42 A month after fracturing her spine in a horror crash at the Olympics, Dutch rider wins race Recovery

A month after fracturing her spine in a horror crash at the Olympics, Dutch rider wins race

“I hadn’t expected this at all,” she told reporters.

# cycling - Tuesday 6 September, 2016

'It's bananas!': Fury as funding pulled for Dublin cycling projects

Fianna Fáil Dublin spokesman John Lahart has criticised Shane Ross, and questioned what €1.5 million in EU funding for the greenways was spent on.

# cycling - Monday 5 September, 2016

Poll: Should cycling be part of the school curriculum? Your Say This post contains a poll

# cycling - Thursday 25 August, 2016

From The42 'Six years after breaking my back, I am, almost miraculously, competing in sport again' Mark Pollock

'Six years after breaking my back, I am, almost miraculously, competing in sport again'

In his second blog for The42, Mark Pollock describes the joy of being back on his bike again.

Over 2.3m journeys made on public bike schemes so far this year

That’s almost 13,000 journeys a day, across five locations.

# cycling - Sunday 21 August, 2016

Woman cyclist dies after falling off the Conor Pass in Kerry

A cyclist in her mid-30s died after her bike left the road and hit a ditch on picturesque mountain pass between Dingle and Tralee this morning.

# cycling - Tuesday 16 August, 2016

From The42 'I could sue you for that, do you know that?' Mark Cavendish lashes out at journalist's question Controversy This post contains videos

'I could sue you for that, do you know that?' Mark Cavendish lashes out at journalist's question

The cyclist claimed an Olympic silver medal last night but caused a collision that resulted in a South Korean athlete being rushed to hospital.

# cycling - Saturday 13 August, 2016

From The42 McCurley's Rio hopes over after defeat in keirin repechage No Joy

McCurley's Rio hopes over after defeat in keirin repechage

The 24-year-old leaves Rio after just two races.

# cycling - Tuesday 9 August, 2016

From The42 Van Vleuten thanks well-wishers as recovery continues On The Mend

Van Vleuten thanks well-wishers as recovery continues

Message of support have flooded in for Annemiek van Vleuten, and the Dutchwoman took time to thank the well-wishers.

# cycling - Monday 8 August, 2016

From The42 Van Vleuten hoping to leave hospital today after horror crash Recovery

Van Vleuten hoping to leave hospital today after horror crash

Less than 24 hours after her horror crash in the women’s road race, the Dutch rider is hoping to leave hospital.

# cycling - Sunday 7 August, 2016

From The42 Netherlands cyclist Van Vleuten in intensive care after horrific crash in road race Rio 2016

Netherlands cyclist Van Vleuten in intensive care after horrific crash in road race

Anna van de Breggen went on to win the road race after seeing her countrywoman Annemiek van Vleuten stricken on the roadside.

# cycling - Thursday 4 August, 2016

From The42 Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Dan Martin The Jerries

Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Dan Martin

The Irish cyclist is ranked fifth favourite of all the athletes competing in the men’s road race in Rio.

# cycling - Tuesday 2 August, 2016

From The42 Team GB cyclist wins appeal against ban for missed doping test, cleared for Rio Olympic Games

Team GB cyclist wins appeal against ban for missed doping test, cleared for Rio

London 2012 silver medalist and reigning world champion Lizzie Armitstead missed three tests, but maintained it was down to an administrative error.

# cycling - Monday 1 August, 2016

From The42 'I'm definitely starting as one of the favourites and I'll be marked in that way' Road To Rio This post contains videos

'I'm definitely starting as one of the favourites and I'll be marked in that way'

Ireland’s Dan Martin has his sights set on glory in the Olympic cycling road race this Saturday.

From The42 Irish cyclist Nicolas Roche to leave Team Sky at the end of the season Sky's The Limit

Irish cyclist Nicolas Roche to leave Team Sky at the end of the season

Roche will also take part in the Men’s road race in the Olympic Games this weekend.

# cycling - Tuesday 26 July, 2016

From The42 Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Shannon McCurley The Jerries

Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Shannon McCurley

Australian-born cyclist set to make history despite nightmare run of injuries.

# cycling - Sunday 24 July, 2016

From The42 Chris Froome wins third Tour de France, Ireland's Dan Martin finishes in top 10 Outcome

Chris Froome wins third Tour de France, Ireland's Dan Martin finishes in top 10

The British cyclist finished ahead of Frenchman Romain Bardet in second and Nairo Quintana of Colombia in third.

# cycling - Thursday 21 July, 2016

From The42 Froome tightens grip on yellow jersey in uphill time trial as Martin drops to 10th Uphill Battle

Froome tightens grip on yellow jersey in uphill time trial as Martin drops to 10th

It was a massive win for the Briton with just three more stages to go.

# cycling - Wednesday 20 July, 2016

Here's why a decision about a postage stamp went all the way to Cabinet

It may seem a little odd – but we’re told it’s not unusual for the Taoiseach and his ministers to make a call on stamps.

# cycling - Tuesday 19 July, 2016

From The42 Oblivious pedestrian causes The Great Fall of China Road Rage

Oblivious pedestrian causes The Great Fall of China

A spectator looking to cross the road caused a massive crash at the Tour of Qinghai Lake.

# cycling - Monday 18 July, 2016

From The42 Sagan sneaks home in epic photo-finish sprint, Martin retains ninth spot overall By A Whisker This post contains videos

Sagan sneaks home in epic photo-finish sprint, Martin retains ninth spot overall

Chris Froome still leads the general classification by one minute 47 seconds with five stages remaining.

From The42 'We cannot yet conceive of a world without her': Chris Boardman's mother Carol dies after cycling accident RIP

'We cannot yet conceive of a world without her': Chris Boardman's mother Carol dies after cycling accident

“Her generosity of spirit inspired everyone she met,” writes Olympic champion following fatal collision.

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