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An Post Rás Stage 5 Pictures Buncrana To Dungloe
By Eddie Dawson Photos Impho
May 25, 2017, 10:13


Start Of Stage 5 In Buncrana

Regan Gough An Post Chain Reaction Winner Of Stage Five Of The An Post Rás From Buncrana To Dungloe

James Gullen Britain JLT Condor Race Leader

Regan Gough An Post Chain Reaction In Stage Winners Jersey

Dennis Bakker Netherlands Delta Cycling

Michael Storer Sustralia National Team Mountains Leader

Michael O'Loughlin Britain Team Wiggins Leading U23 Rider

Daire Feeley ,Galyay Team iTap Leading County Rider

Matteo Cigala Cork Aqua Blue First County Rider On Stage

Cameron Meyer, Australian National Team 2nd On Stage Five

Daan Meijers Netherlands Delta Cycling 3rd On Stage Five

Daire Feeley, Galyay Team iTap Leading County Rider, Cameron Meyer, Australian National Team 2nd On Stage, James Gullen Britain JLT Condor Race Leader, Matteo Cigala Cork Aqua Blue First County Rider On Stage, Regan Gough An Post Chain Reaction In Stage Winner, Daan Meijers Netherlands Delta Cycling 3rd On Stage, Dennis Bakker Netherlands Delta Cycling Green Jersey, Michael O'Loughlin Britain Team Wiggins Leading U23 Rider, Michael Storer Sustralia National Team Mountains Leader

Regan Gough, An Post Chainreaction

Crash No.190 Ronan O'Shea Waterford, No.120 Stephen Barry Dublin Orwell, No 138 Matthew McCullagh Galway , No 108 James Ambrose Down Bike House,No. 73 James Curry Cycling Ulster

No 190 Ronan O'Shea Wateford is helped back on his bike by one of the officials

Stephane Polhies Armee De Terre France , Mark Downey Ireland National Team, Morgan Kneisky Armee de Terre France, Michael O'Loughlin, Britain Team Wiggins Pass Mount Errigal

Edward Laverack JLT Condor Leads followed by Ike Grone, Candidicy Team Netherlands & James Gullen Britain JLT Condor on his way to the yellow jersey

No. 22 James Gullen & No. 21 Edward Laverack Britain JLT Condor

Mountains Leader Michael Stores, Australia National Team

Ronan McLoughlin Cork Aqua Blue after the fonish of stage five in Dungloe

James Davenport Strada 3 Revolution

Bunch of riders on way to the finish in Dungloe

A group of riders passing over the Harry Blaney Bridge in Donegal

GalwayTeam iTap



2017
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An Post Rás Stage 8 Pictures Ardee To Skerries
An Post Rás Stage 7 Pictures Donegal To Ardee
An Post Rás Stage 6 Pictures Dungloe To Donegal
An Post Rás Stage 5 Pictures Buncrana To Dungloe
An Post Rás Stage 4 Pictures Bundoran To Buncrana
An Post Rás Stage 3 Pictures Newport To Bundoran
An Post Rás Stage 2 Pictures Longford To Newport 142,9 Kms.
An Post Rás Stage 1 Pictures Dublin To Longford 146.1kms

 

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