The Great Inverurie Bike Ride

Sunday,  18 June  2017.

Enter the race online now.

Open to all with routes of 13 miles and 25 miles



Timeline for Day

  • 9am to 10am Registration for the Suie Classic opens
  • 11am  Suie Classic sets off
  • 10am to 12.30pm Registration for the 13 mile and 25 mile routes
  • 12 noon The 13 mile and 25 mile routes set off
  • 4.00pm onwards course de-signed and event cleared


The scenic 25-mile route remains the same as previous years beginning at Kellands Park in Inverurie, and then heads via Chapel of Garioch, Bennachie, Pitfichie and Monymusk, returning to the start via Fetternear and Burnhervie.

The 13 mile family route cuts off just after Chapel of Garioch and heads down to Burnhervie picking up the main return route.

The 50 mile Suie Classic passes through the Lord's Throat to Keig, up Suie hill and on to Brindie and back through the Lord's Throat to join the remainder of the 25 mile route.  Full details here.


We will be app timing so results will be available day after the event or sooner if possible and there will be a large clock at the start and finish for all riders to manually take their own times if they wish. A number will be allocated to you at registration which needs to be visible to all marshals and start/finish officials at all times. Riders will be checked out onto the course and checked back in at the finish for your safety. If you are unable to complete the ride you must let one of the marshals know so that we don't send out the search parties!

GIBR 25mile Route Timings 2016

GIBR Family 13mile Route Timings 2016

Maps Of Route

Entry Fee 

The event costs £6.50 per person (£5.50 to Active Aberdeenshire members) and for families entering the shorter route the cost is £13.00 per family (£11.00 for Active Aberdeenshire members) The Suie Classic is £23 or £20 for Active Aberdeenshire members.  There is a £1 surcharge for entries on the day.

All participants will receive an event T shirt and refreshments.



For any enquiries please email Event Organisers at the address below


Monymusk is an ideal place for non riders to meet up with riders at the halfway point and enjoy some rest and relaxation. The hotel will be open for toilets and refreshments and the village hall will be open for teas and cakes (proceeds to Monymusk Church)

There will also be a BBQ at the finish point in Kellands Park.

Entertainments at Kellands Park

There will be a number of entertainments at Kellands park for bike ride participants and the general public: including the Mobile Climbing Wall, body zorbs, bike track and obstacle course. (There will be a charge for these activities).




 You are welcome to raise funds for any charity of your choice - or none - but the following will have representatives at the event who will be delighted to accept a donation.


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