David Moore Claims Ború’s Best Bicyclist 2011

Digino’s Andy Warner and Ború’s Best Bicyclist , David Moore

David Moore was crowned Ború’s Best Bicyclist at the weekend when he clocked up a brilliant 47 second kilometre! Brian O’Neill came out on top in the in the Under 18 division who recorded an equally impressive 52 second kilometre. The leader board was packed with local cyclist. In fact, Killaloe’s own ‘Iron Man’ Cathel Murphy, fresh from competing in the French Iron Man in Nice was the first to throw down the gauntlet on the stationary bike Time-Trial.

The early leader, Killaloe’s Cathel Murphy

The event, which took place at in last Sunday, was a massive success with contenders being cheered on by the crowds that flooded the festival on the day. This year’s Féile was probably the best attened to date with thousands turning out to enjoy wide range of the festival activities including Dragon Boat Races and Bunji Jump on the Ballina Quay.

The Dragon Boat Race Killaloe on the Ballina Quay

The crew were on hand all day to make sure the time trial went smoothly but a big thank you must go to Flanagans By The Lake for hosting the Digino Challenge event, and also for helping to set up and generously putting forward the prize on the day.

Andy Warner, one of the Digino Team who manned the Ború’s Best Bicyclist Stand on Sunday the 3rd of July

All contestants were entered into the draw for the Signed Irish Rugby Jersey which will take place on August 31st. For your chance to win the Signed Irish Rugby Jersey, to the and your name will be entered into the competition.

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