Its a busy time within Navan Road Club as we make the final arrangements for staging the Sean Nolan Meath GP on Sunday 9th June. The race which holds a special place in the racing calender and in Irish cycling history is one which all riders look forward to with anticipation. The course will be the same as in previous years and it has always proved to be a stern test with a mixture of rolling and fast roads before riders head back for the finish-line on the outskirts of Navan. See route details below ;
It will be a very busy day of racing with under-age and senior races taking place on different circuits.The sign-on for all under-age races will open at 9:15am in Simonstown GAA complex on the R162,(Nobber/Kinscourt road out of Navan ) with races starting at 11am. The under-age races will take place around Cannistown, Navan on a 6km circuit. All under-age riders an race officials/marshals will depart sign-on at 10:30am as there is a short distance to travel to the race circuit. There will be races for under 12’s, 14”s,and 16’s. Prize-giving will then take place back at Simonstown GAA shortly after the races finish.
After the conclusion of the under-age races action will then switch to senior racing with sign-on open from 11am. It is the same location as used in the Cycleways Cup earlier this year. Racing will start at 1pm sharp, nearby on the N52 Slane road out of Navan.
There will be 4 seperate races :
A1 / A2 = 120km
A3 = 84km
A4 = 84km
For further details contact race director John Nolan on 087 223 8873