Kirkistown Race Series — a unique series of evening races around the Kirkistown motor racing circuit. Approximately 100 adults and children take part with races for all ages and categories on the last Wednesday of the month from April-september. The club holds time trials on the other Wednesday evenings during the season.
The club has a rich racing history with many past and present national champions and a strong current race group.
Alistair and Gerald Irvine represented Ireland and won several championships, and also competed in six consecutive Commonwealth Games from 1982-2002.
Tom and Ian Henry hold the Northern Ireland two-man, 12-hour distance record at 485 miles.
Club members regularly participate in the Rás representing Co Down.
Andrew Chivers, Ulster junior road race champion 2015.
Katie Armstrong, Irish national U16 criterium champion 2016.
Michael Hamilton, twice NI road race champion (1997 & 2000).
Ross Blayney, first Irish rider selected for support from the Dave Rayner Fund for racing in France.