Cáirde Rás Tailteann announces the support of Spin11 who have stepped up again in 2023 to continue their long association with An Rás Tailteann and to sponsor the U23 classification.
Headquartered in Dublin and born out of passion for the sport of cycling. Spin11 started supplying race kit for the Irish national Team and Cycling Ireland in 2013. They have developed and tested every garment in the wind tunnel in order to continuously deliver the fastest and most technologically advanced clothing possible. Producing amazing custom apparel that enhances sporting experience no matter what, in the simplest most efficient way possible. Spin11 are dedicated to providing the best apparel possible, to enhance your experience, keep you comfortable and enhance your ability to perform at your best, all day every day, no matter the conditions. Whether you're churning out hundreds of miles, or grinding up a tough technical off-road climb in anticipation of the descent the other side. Maybe you are in pursuit of your personal best at a triathlon or running race, or perhaps like most of us, just out having fun. Regardless of your endeavours, Spin11s mission is the same.
Race Director Gerard Campbell commented “One of An Rás Tailteanns most steadfast supporters over the years, Spin11 is assisting us again to get back on the road in 2023 with the same unwavering encouragement. They were first out of the gates to express their support for Cáirde Rás Tailteann in 2019 and we are eternally grateful for their continued support in 2023”.
Maria Connaughton of Spin11 commented “We are only too happy to continue our long association with An Rás Tailteann and look forward to seeing the champions of today wearing our jerseys as they continue in their pursuit of becoming the legends of tomorrow”.
Spin 11 has a direct familial connection with a former winner and champion of An Rás Tailteann, Meath resident, Brian Connaughton who claimed victory in 1969.
The 68th edition of the race will take place between May 17th-21st and will travel clockwise around Ireland with stage finishes in Birr, Ennis, Castlebar and Monaghan before starting the final stage to a finishing circuit in the seaside town of Blackrock, Co. Louth. Riders will cover 768km with 14 categorised climbs which will act as a platform for attacking riders to battle it out for the coveted Rás yellow jersey.
Cáirde Rás Tailteann
Gerard Campbell, Seamus Domegan, Pat O’Shaughnessy, Colm Rigley, Eugene Moriarty, Leonard McManus
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