Rás na mBan Secures a New Print/Signage Partner

Just-Print.ie Provide Print Solutions to Rás na mBan

We’re delighted to announced our new partnership with leading print solutions specialist Just-Print.ie.

One of Ireland’s leading print companies, the nationwide firm has stepped in to support the 13th running of Ireland’s top international stage race for women with print solutions throughout the event.

Just-Print.ie is a young and vibrant company with a dedicated team of graphic designers supplying print, design and signage needs to a developing list of clients throughout Ireland.

In associating with Ireland’s top stage race for women, Just-Print.ie are showcasing the quality and precision for which the company has become renowned in recent years, as company CEO Justin Byrne explains:-

“Rás na mBan is an exciting, fast moving international sports event which places an emphasis on speed, commitment and style.

“The sheer class of this event, along with the inspiring international athletes make it one of the great occasions in Irish sport, which, in turn, inspires us to create excellent print solutions to promote this fantastic race.”

Event organiser Valerie Considine welcomed the arrival of a new commercial partnership which helps reinforce the status of Rás na mBan as the great bike race of the Irish sporting season.

“Just-Print.ie is an energetic young company which sets high standards which represent the values of Ireland’s top bike race.

“We’re delighted to begin another important collaboration which will serve to present the event in the best possible light. Kilkenny is set to be a brighter place in September!”

About Just-Print.ie

Based in Ballymount Cross Business Park, Ballymount, Dublin 24, Just-Print.ie offers a fast, friendly and reliable printing service with state of the art digital and lithographic printing machinery.

Unlike many competitors Just-Print.ie employs a team of fully qualified graphic designers who can create outstanding promotional material to help customers advertise and sell their own products and services.
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Rás na mBan 2018 Classification Jerseys Revealed

Rás na mBan Classification Jerseys Presented by VeloRevolution

Kilkenny-Based Firm Steps Up to Supply Ireland’s Top Stage Race

Rás na mBan international cycle race has teamed up with top clothing manufacturer VeloRevolution for classification jerseys in this year’s running of the event.

Riders in the 13th edition of Ireland’s top international stage race for women will be competing for classification jerseys supplied by VeloRevolution, the Kilkenny firm which supplies jerseys to races, events, clubs and associations throughout Ireland and beyond.

The Italian-made garments from VeloRevolution have won an enviable reputation  for quality and style in recent years and will be worn by the leading competitors in the 2018 edition of the event which was won last year by Olympic Champion Elinor Barker.

There are six separate classification jerseys in Rás na mBan and in consultation with VeloRevolution designers, they carry the design theme from the Magenta Jersey for the overall race leader through the Irish Dairy The Complete Natural Points Classification, the Wicklow 200 Queen of the Mountains, the WomensCycling.ie Best Young Rider, the Kilkenny CC Best Irish Rider and the All American Launderette Stage Winner’s jersey.

Commenting on the new partnership VeloRevolution CEO Aidan Crowley said: “I’ve been watching with great interest the growth of Rás na mBan in recent years and I’m delighted that the opportunity has presented itself to associate with one of the best and most important bike races in these islands.

“This is the ideal platform for us to display the design and manufacturing quality of VeloRevolution products to bike fans at home and abroad. We’ve produced a design template that embraces the design philosophy of both Rás na mBan and VeloRevolution.

“We’ve produced a range of designs for the various categories and we look forward to presenting jerseys, skinsuits and caps to top international bike riders in Kilkenny in September.”

In welcoming VeloRevolution to the Rás na mBan community, Race Director Valerie Considine said: “We’re delighted to partner with Aidan and VeloRevolution for what is one of the most important visual elements of our race.

The quality and style of VeloRevolution products is of the highest order and it’s particularly heartwarming that we have been able to associate with a Kilkenny-based company for our event which is centred on the marble city for a third consecutive year.”

NOTE: VeloRevolution is Ireland’s premium and affordable ‘quality’ custom cycling, triathlon and leisure event clothing supplier. The company is managed by former Masters National Road Race Champion Aidan Crowley, one of Ireland’s top domestic road race cyclists of his generation.

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An Post Rás na mBan nominated for Prestigious Cycling Ireland Award

The 2017 edition of Ireland’s top women’s stage race has been nominated for the Cycling Ireland member awards.

Rás na mBan has been nominated in the ‘Best Competitive Event’ category of the awards which are voted on by the membership of Ireland’s official governing body for cycling.

The citation for the nomination reads as follows:-

“The 2017 edition of Ireland’s premier women’s bike race may well have been the best one yet. It takes an enormous organisational effort for race organiser Valerie Considine and her team to produce the five-day, six-stage race which once again ran without a hitch.

“The race also earned widespread media coverage throughout Ireland and abroad including a TV highlights show aired on Eurosport, which can only be positive for the event and for Irish women’s cycling in general.”

Full details can be seen here and Cycling Ireland members eager to vote can access the voting page here.

The 2017 edition of An Post Rás na mBan was based in Kilkenny for the second successive year. The five-day event was won by 2016 Rio Olympic gold medallist Elinor Barker of the Great Britain team.