Enter a Cycling Event for 2017

The Iron Mountain and Monmouthshire Sportif Four sportives on June 24th are included in the Abergavenny Festival of Cycling for 2017. The four events are: the Monmouthshire 20 (previously titled "Leisure Ride"), the Monmouthshire Sportif 40 miles, the Iron Mountain 70 miles and the famed Iron Mountain 100 mile event.

In addition, we again provide the Wales Open Criterium comprising two events our ever popular 'Traders' Race' and the E/1/2/ Event, both held on 7th July. Use the form below to start your entry.

Schedule of Events 2017

DateTimeEventDistanceFeesEnter Option
Sat 24/06/17 09:00 Iron Mountain 100 100 miles Online from £20.00
On Day: £40.00
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Sat 24/06/17 09:30 Iron Mountain 70 70 miles Online from £20.00
On Day: £40.00
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Sat 24/06/17 10:00 Monmouthshire 40 40 miles Online from £15.00
On Day: £35.00
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Sat 24/06/17 10:30 Monmouthshire 20 20 miles Online from £10.00
On Day: £20.00
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Fri 7/07/17 18:00 Wales Open Criterium Traders Race   On Day : £10.00 Click to Enter
Fri 7/07/17 20:00 Wales Open Criterium E/1/2 Race   Online : £25.00 Click to Enter

Having again listened to the feedback from you we have tweaked the rides which we hope make for a more enjoyable and challenging experience.

The Monmouthshire 20 over the flatlands of the Usk Valley make for a leisurely ride on the existing course with a stop at the Black Bear Bettws Newydd.

A Monmouthshire Sportif over a shorter route than last year which but still retains the challenging ride around North Monmouthshire. The undulating roads of the iconic Rolls Estate before descending into the Monnow Valley and climbing out through the historic village of Grosmont to meander back over the rolling roads back to Abergavenny

The Iron Mountain 70 completes the ride through the Monmouthshire Sportif before tackling the Iron Mountain and Llangynidr Moors before descending into Llangattock and returning to Abergavenny.

The Iron Mountain 100 again completes the Monmouthshire ride, climbs the Tumble and heads over the Llangynidr Moors and descends into Llangynidr. On through Talybont, Llanfihangel Tal-y-llyn and Llangorse before climbing the Dragons Back and descending to Abergavenny via Crickhowell.