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Cycling in Monmouthshire

Two of the long-distance routes on the National Cycle Network start in Chepstow: the Celtic Trail (220 miles) traverses the southern edge of Wales heading west across the Newport Transporter Bridge, and Lon Las Cymru (185 miles) heads north through the Brecon Beacons to Snowdonia. Abergavenny is home to the annual Abergavenny Festival of Cycling which includes on its programme family rides as well as events which provide the opportunity to watch the professional riders make it look easy.

Cycling experiences

Hopyard Cycles

Abergavenny 01873 830219

Hopyard Cycles is run from Hopyard Farm, Abergavenny by Bob and Diana Blowfield. Full range of cycles to hire to suit all the family - adult, junior, trailers and baby seats.




Cyclo-cross comes to Monmouthshire!

Date: 22nd - 23rd Oct

Venue: King Henry VIII School, Abergavenny

More info at www.visitmonmouthshire/crosstober

In 2014 Monmouthshire hosted the National Cycling Championships in June and the Wales Open Criterium in Chepstow in July and on September 9th, The Tour of Britain passed through Monmouthshire for the first time, with the end of the third stage of the race finishing on The Tumble, near Abergavenny.

Cycling events

Cycling in Monmouthshire

Velothon Wales 2017

Sun 9 Jul 2017

Cycling routes to download

Celtic Trail

Celtic Trail

Active Travel Maps

Monmouth Active Travel Map

Cycle friendly accommodation

Cycle friendly cafes

Cycling videos