History

Castlereagh Cycling Club was formed in 2000 and was formerly known as the Belvoir Road Club. The club name was changed to reflect the changing nature of the club from purely a road cycling club to both on and off road.
The club has had a lot of success over the years in the local racing scene. While riding for Castlereagh CC, Glenn Kinning won the King of the Mountains Jersey at the Tour of the North Cycle Race on 2 occassions, in 2005 and 2007.

There have been plenty of other victories from club members while racing in club colours from riders such as Ian Proctor, Gerry Heverin and Peter Hawkins. Even our own club race, the John Moore Memorial, has been won by club members on 4 occasions; Ian Proctor (1993 + 2000), Peter Hawkins (2005) and Glenn Kinning (2008).
Past club members have gone on to achieve great things both on the international and domestic scene. We can boast of members who have gone on to ride for professional teams, become Ulster and Irish Champions, represented Ulster and Ireland, ridden at the CommonWealth Games, ridden the Ras and even worn the yellow Jersey!

You can check out our most recent results here:
www.castlereaghcc.com/search/label/Results