Dillon Corkery

My Gerard Experience

As an up and coming rider on the international racing scene, there’s nothing more important to me than a top-quality bike I can count on.

I’ve been in a lot of races on a lot of different bikes and I know what works for me. The Gerard Force 90 is quite light and surprisingly aerodynamic, which really helps on climbs and descents. It handles amazingly well, which of course is critical in criterium racing. And its stiffness gives me everything I need for sprint finishes when everything is on the line. I have to say that my Gerard Force 90 is one of the best bikes I’ve ever owned and I’ve gotten some of my best results with it.

My Gerard Force 90 helped me win the 2018 Irish National Criterium Championship.
(Photo: John Hammer)

About Dillon


Banteer, Ireland


Toucy, France



Claims to Fame

2018Champion—Irish National Elite Criterium Championships
20181st place—Rás Luimni, Ireland
20181st place—Dan O’Donovan Memorial, Ireland
20161st place—Stage 1, Charleville 2 Day, Ireland

Pro Team(s)

  • 2020-present: Team Elite Restauration—Louault 89
  • 2013-present: Irish National Team

Current Gerard Cycles Bike

Force 90

Off the Bike Obsession

Giving back

My Links

2018 Irish National Criterium Championships

Taking the championship at the line. (Photo: John Hammer)

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2018 Rás Tailteann

In the pack on a teammate’s wheel. (Photo: Sean Rowe)

2019 World Road Championships

Riding for the UCI World Cycling Centre Team in the mixed relay TTT. (Photo: Florent Leybros)

Off the Bike

A family charity project in South Africa to raise money and awareness for Mellon Educate, which builds schools and feeds students in need.

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