Round 6 of the 2022 Appleby Orwell Women's League will take place on Tuesday the 24th of May. The last round is a return to the TT course at Glencullen.

The first rider will start at 7pm.

A start list will be published on Tuesday morning, the 24th of May.

The prize giving will take place in The GAP after the final rider finishes. All riders will be welcome. The GAP will be providing food :)



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TIME TRIAL - The course is just short of 5K, and rises gradually for the first 4 of that before kicking up sharply in the final kilometre. Segment on strava.

We will be using online registration for the Time Trials.  The first rider will be off at 19:00. A start list will be published the night before giving your start time, so you should show make sure you know when your own start is, and show up to the start line at least 3 minutes before your start time.

There is to be no warming up on the course, so when you are ready to go you should spin down to the start, and do any further warming up in the area of Glencullen village.

TT bikes/wheels and aero kit are all allowed, though they won't provide a massive advantage on this course. We strongly recommend using a rear light, as it may be getting dark as later finishers are returning.

If you catch another rider (good for you!) check that there is no traffic coming up behind you before pulling out, and give them loads of room as you pass. Remember they may have no notion that you're steaming through until you have actually passed them. On the other hand, if you are caught, keep on going at your own pace, don't be tempted to try sit on to the rider who has passed you.

When you cross the finish line roll on through, pull over further down the road and don't turn around before checking that it is safe to do so. Anyone doing a U-turn in the vicinity of the finish line will be disqualified. Please don't hassle the timekeepers for your time- there's no problem asking, but make sure to do it at a time when there aren't any riders coming in.


Our Friends at Glencullen Adventure Park are very kindly allowing us to use their car park as there is no other parking in the area. Parking is €2 - you will need a coin for the barrier when you are leaving.  if you would like a good warm up why not park down the hill in Kilternan or Stepaside and ride up?