KC Wheelers

KC Wheelers

We would like to provide our cyclists with an update on KCWheelers.  KCWheelers is the cycling club name we have adopted to facilitate  members of Kilmacud Crokes/ KGSC Tennis to take part in organized structured cycling activity in the club. KCWheelers is fully affiliated to Cycling Ireland.  To be a member of KCWheelers you just need to have paid a current appropriate annual GAA membership  or Tennis membership, be over 18 and be an annual  member of Cycling Ireland.  Details are below on how to become a member of cycling Ireland.  Currently we have just over 90 cyclists on our KC Wheelers What’s App Group.  As you know, we have recently organized the design and purchase of KCWheelers cycling jersey’s and winter jackets. We will be looking to organize future purchases of additional gear also. 


The key priorities for us as a cycling club are – Safety, Health and Wellbeing of our cyclists, Organising cycling trips, growing our cycling membership and having fun. As you may know, one of the key focus areas of the cycling community in Kilmacud Crokes has been the organization and completion of an M2M charity cycle for BCI and the Club every 2 years. This cycle has grown steadily in participation and fund raising terms since it was 1st undertaken in 2012.  This was followed by events in 2014, 2016 and 2018. As we know, the pandemic impacted our plans to run the event in 2020 and also a deferred event in 2021.  It is our sincere hope we can run this event in 2022 and planning for this will start in earnest towards the end of the summer.  


We have formalized a KCWheelers Cycling Committee under the chairmanship of Brendan Sweeney.   The committee is primarily comprised of folks who have been involved in organizing the recent M2M trips and we have mapped out their roles to support the broader agenda of KCWheelers.  Committee membership is as follows:


Chair – Brendan Sweeney

Vice Chair - Hugh Campbell

Safety - Frank  Rutlidge

Communications – Ronnie  Murray

Secretary – Mick Carolan

Finance – Michael  Mullin

Registrar (memberships/cycling Ireland) - Dave  Byrne

Kit – Liam O' Carroll , Pat Rowley

Mapping out calendar of KC Wheeler events – Gerry Greene , Orla Kennedy

Opening the door for new members – Barry O' Gorman, Paul Gallagher

Organising regular cycling – Dave  Byrne,  Michael Mullin, Hugh Campbell 


We hope you enjoy the cycling activities of KCWheelers in the club. If you have any suggestions or ideas to enhance, develop the cycling activity in the club, feel free to drop us an email at kcwheelers@kilmacudcrokes.com

Wishing all our cyclists safe and fun cycling

KCWheelers Organizing Committee

Membership of Cycling Ireland provides some level of insurance cover. You would still need to rely upon your own health insurance for accidents but it at least provides 3rd party cover. All Cycling Ireland members have personal accident and public liability insurance by virtue of their membership of Cycling Ireland. This insurance will cover you when you are out training or taking part in approved Cycling Ireland events.

  1. Log on to Cycling Ireland

  2. Logon at top RH corner

  3. Register a “New Member”

  4. Club Affiliation is “Kilmacud Crokes Wheelers” and registration fees are just €40 p.a to include insurance cover.

We would encourage all participants register with “Kilmacud Crokes Wheelers” through Cycling Ireland as it is a certain level of protection and also establishes a leisure cycling club which we would hope will continue for many years. If you are injured or cause damage to a 3rd party (whether they are a Cycling Ireland member or not) whilst out training or at an approved Cycling Ireland event, you will need to fill out an accident and incident report form. Once this is filled in, send it back to the Cycling Ireland office where it will be logged, and then sent on to the insurers. The insurers will then get in touch with you directly about your claim.

KC Wheelers - News & Reports

Mizen to Malin
Thursday 2nd June, 2016

Day One on the Mizen to Malin Cycle. Early Start. Glorious weather. Donie tells all!

M2M 2016 - Prepartations continue. Just Over 2 weeks to start of cycle
Sunday 15th May, 2016

Preparations continue. This week we completed a briefing for all the cyclists taking part in M2M 2016.   We have 52 cyclists taking part with a number of folks joining them to complete selected stages.

Mizen to Malin 2016  Daily Maps
Tuesday 10th May, 2016

Mizen to Malin 2016 June 1st to June 5th  -  Daily Maps


Mizen to Malin 2016 - Nearing the Start on June 1st
Monday 9th May, 2016

M2M 2016 - June 1st D-Day for start of cycle - just over 3 weeks away.  Some photos of training spins last weekend and fund-raising collection in Stillorgan Shopping center. Check back on the web for regular future updates.

Congratulations to Sarah Greene
Monday 2nd May, 2016

Congratulations to Sarah Greene and Ellen Curran who both played on the victorious Hermes Hockey team last weekend in the 'EY All Ireland Club Final' against Pegasus in Belfast. Sarah was named as The Irish Times / Irish Sports Council ‘Sportswoman of the Month’ in March 2014 following UCD’s epic

Mizen to Malin Cycle 2016  - A Personal Story
Friday 22nd April, 2016

Following on from the success of the 2012 and 2014 events, we are organising a third M2M sponsored cycle.

KC Wheelers Bike Work Shop  - Preparing for M2M cycle
Friday 15th April, 2016

KC Wheelers found a new use for our Club Hurling arena this week. For the 22  who signed up to  the bike repair workshop on Wednesday this week, it  was a great success.   The event was professionally presented by 3 mechanics from Belfield  bike shop.

Crokes Cyclists spin for Laura Lynn!
Thursday 17th March, 2016

Paddy's Day cycle a great success

Monday 7th March, 2016

We have formed a Cycling Club attached to Kilmacud Crokes and club affiliation fees are being paid by the Kilmacud Crokes Glenalbyn Sports Club

Mizen to Malin Cycle 2016 Launch
Tuesday 9th February, 2016

Find out about the Mizen to Malin Cycle bigger, better and longer for 2016 - this years edition sees some more Hurling converts.