Just a few pics from our recent training trip to Mallorca with Marrey Training.
Guide to Cycling on the Road
Download a very informative “Guide to Cycling on the Road” from Cycling Ireland.
Advice and tips on how to stay safe while cycling on Irish roads. Never cycle in the dark without adequate lighting – white for front, red for rear Always wear luminous clothing such as hi-vis vests, fluorscent armbands and reflective belts so that other road users can see you Wear a helmet Make sure you keep to the left. Always look behind and give the proper signal before moving off, changing lanes or making a turn Follow the rules of the road, never run traffic lights or weave unpredictably in and out of traffic Maintain your bike properly – in particular, your brakes should work properly and your tyres should be inflated to the right pressure and be in good condition Respect other road users – don’t get into shouting matches with motorists; stop at pedestrian crossings; don’t cycle on the footpath Watch your speed, especially when cycling on busy streets and going downhill Steer well clear of left-turning trucks: let them turn before you move ahead See this and more at – RSA website
First Aid Training for Club Members
Well done to everyone who took part in our first aid course today and a big thank you to the Ballinrobe Order of Malta for instructing us on the course.