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# pedal-power - Saturday 23 June, 2018

From The42 ‘During the week the lads didn’t want to even be around me - I was that angry and that frustrated’ Pedal Power

‘During the week the lads didn’t want to even be around me - I was that angry and that frustrated’

Irish track cyclist Mark Downey on shaking off Commonwealth Games disappointment and setting his sights on Tokyo 2020.

# pedal-power - Sunday 26 May, 2013

Home win cheers An Post Rás fans while Bialoblocki clinches overall title

Sam Bennett of Carrick-on-Suir led home a Chain Reaction 1-2-3 finish in Skerries today.

# pedal-power - Thursday 12 July, 2012

On your bike: Bacik wants more Senators and TDs to cycle to work Dáil Over The Road This post contains images

On your bike: Bacik wants more Senators and TDs to cycle to work

The Labour Senator is launching an all-party Oireachtas Cyclists Group at Leinster House today in a bid to get more politicians cycling. Here’s a few pictures of ones who already do…

# pedal-power - Tuesday 3 July, 2012

From The42 Charitable cyclist gears up for Europe's 'toughest endurance road race' Pedal Power

Charitable cyclist gears up for Europe's 'toughest endurance road race'

While Tour de France participants put their feet up after a tough day’s slog, Duncan McKenzie will power on into the wee hours of the night and beyond.

# pedal-power - Monday 3 October, 2011

From The42 WATCH: Bayer Leverkusen striker scores with this bicycle kick Pedal Power This post contains videos

WATCH: Bayer Leverkusen striker scores with this bicycle kick

Eren Derdiyok went head over heels for this strike at the weekend.

# pedal-power - Saturday 1 October, 2011

From The42 In the saddle: you will hit a lofty mountain... Pedal Power

In the saddle: you will hit a lofty mountain...

“Upon questioning from Ambassador Nick Quinn, they informed us that they were dressed in such a manner with the hope of increasing male patronage at the bar.”