Cycle Road Race 1933

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    Full title reads: "Cycle Road Race. E G Dunne (Harp CC) wins the Continental Handicap Cycle Race from Dublin to Drogheda for the Alderman Down Cup presented by the Mayor."

    Dublin to Drogheda, Eire, Southern Ireland, Republic of Ireland.

    Cyclists balance on their bicycles at start of race. Crowds watch the start. They start the race.

    Various shots of cyclists. One of them has a problem with a tyre.

    Various shots of cyclists out on country roads.

    Shots of bike race as it comes into Drogheda.

    Shot of three riders being acclaimed by crowds. They all look very muddy. CU of two muddy riders.

    Presentation of Cup to E Dunne by Mayor. The riders have had chance to get cleaned up.

    Two shot of winner and Mayor.

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    01:21:25:00 / 01:23:04:00
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