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  


Ben Here, Done That, Got the Jersey

Before I review the 2019 Kerry Group Ras Mumhan I want to pay tribute to the organisers and volunteers who once again gave up their Easter weekend to ensure this ...

2019 Stage 1 Results

2019 Stage 1 Results Ras Mumhan 19_1-SliabhLuachra_Results Communiqué stage 1    

It will all be decided on Stage 4

All will be decided on Stage 4: I will make one prediction for the 2019 Kerry Group Ras Mumhan which is once again we will not know the winner until ...

Stage 3 can be a Beauty or a Beast

Stage 3 can be a Beauty or a Beast: The legendary South Kerry Stage 3 of the Kerry Group Ras which begins and ends in Waterville always plays a huge ...

The Ras Mumhan Rewards

The riders of the 2019 Kerry Group Ras Mumhan will put in some hard kilometres each day and therefore the rewards for the winners are well earned. Having one of ...

Padraig’s Preview of the Stages continues with Stage 2

Riders cross Kerry Limerick border for a Stage 2: In most areas of Kerry there are certain names associated with cycling and certainly in Listowel the Moriarty names is synonymous ...
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