Abergavenny Festival Of Cycling
Cycling is one of the UK’s most popular sports and the annual Abergavenny Festival of Cycling draws huge crowds.
This year it will be staged over 2 dates to avoid it coinciding with other events: 23rd and 24th June and 6th July 2018
Cycling celebrities in town
There are all kinds of races for men and women, and even a festival film night, spaced out over a week. It all makes a great spectacle and a fun reason to visit Abergavenny this summer! Find out more about the Abergavenny Festival of Cycling.
The Abergavenny Classic
The Festival of Cycling was revived by Grand Prix of Wales organiser Bill Owen in 2006 (it had previously existed as the Abergavenny Classic which attracted top British and international riders). It has grown in stature every year and in 2009 attracted Tour de France and Olympics household names like Nicole Cook, Chris Froome, Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins.
Get on your bike!
It’s not all about the professionals – the Abergavenny Festival of Cycling also hosts other races of varying lengths including a race around town for tandems and hand cycles. There’s also the Deri Dash (hill climb event) and an evening of Cyclocross at Abergavenny Leisure Centre. It’s all good fun .Find out more from the Festival of Cycling website.