Welcome to the Rás Mumhan Web Site

Kerry Group Rás Mumhan is one of Ireland’s premier cycling events. It is run by Killorglin Cycling Club, it takes place in Kerry and west Limerick over the Easter weekend. With Killorglin as its base, it passes through some of the most stunning scenery in Kerry and from the cyclists’ point of view, some of the most demanding terrains. The event has been based in Killorglin since 1998, having been originally run in the 1950’s. The race has traditionally attracted the cream of Irish amateur cyclists. Over recent years the event has attracted cyclists from England, Scotland, and Holland. This has added immensely to the competitive nature of the race. The race is organised through a volunteer effort, with members of cycling clubs throughout Kerry, Limerick and beyond supporting the event, in addition to many community groups in the towns through which the races passes.   rasmuhan1  

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Seasons Greetings and Hope to see everyone in 2019

At this time of the year the organisers of the Kerry Group Ras Mumhan wish everyone involved in anyway in the Ras every good wish for the Christmas Season. Rest ...
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Mary honoured in March

The Aqua Blue Sport Cycling Ireland March Volunteer of the Year is our Race Secretary Mary Concannon. Cycling Ireland introduced a new Monthly Award to recognise the achievements and commitment ...
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The 2018 Kerry Group Ras Mumhan – 4 Great Days ...

The 2018 Kerry Group Ras Mumhan – 4 Great Days in Review: By Padraig Harnett I have had the pleasure of working on Kerry Group Ras Mumhan for the fifth ...
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Kerry Group Ras Mumhan Victory For Conor Hennebry

Source Radio Kerry Sport Padraig Harnett reports Padraig Harnett has been speaking with the Ras winner With a review of how the Kerry riders fared here’s Padraig Harnett
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Alex Luhrs Wins Opening Stage Of Kerry Group Ras Mumhan

Source Radio Kerry: Padraig Harnett (Radio Kerry Sport)reports The stage winner has spoken of his victory
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