Experience the Power of Community at the Jamaican Montego Bay Cycling Classic

April 5-7 2024

The Jamaican Cycling Classic is a celebration of athleticism, determination, and community. This races is aimed at Elite  over three days and cover 320+miles.

Our goal is to create a fun, safe, and inclusive environment for all participants, and to showcase the beautiful island of Jamaica to the world.

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A word from the Race Director and Founder of Simmonds High Velocity Cycling Club (SHVCC)

Dear all,

I am delighted to confirm that the third edition of the Jamaican International Cycling Classic will take place between 6-7 of April 2024.  Moreover, I am doubly pleased to confirm that this year’s race has been officially sanctioned by cyclings world governing body Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI).

This prestigious ratification is a credit to the commitment and efforts of all the stakeholders who have supported this event.  In fact, this is the first time in Jamaican cycling history that our wonderful island has hosted an internationally accredited race.  The result of which has multiple benefits:

  • Race and stage winners will now earn qualifying points towards selection to even bigger events such as the Olympics, PanAmerican Games, The Commonwealth Games etc
  • The calibre and number of cyclists in this years race is expected to grow.More teams from North American have confirmed registration and for the first time, a team from Europe will make the long trip to Jamaica!
  • All of which endorses our ambition to become a destination for cycling within the Caribbean.

The 2024 course will be a repeat of the challenging 2023 route.  We will aim to add an inland mountain route in 2025.  There will be six King of the Mountain (KOM) stages.  Total prize money is USD11,120 with a maximum top prize of USD3,100.

This years race will not include an U18 and Female race as we need to priorities the additional requirements of a UCI standard event.  This will be revisited in the future.

The 2024 course will start and end in Montego Bay and will take in the stunning vistas of Jamaica’s north-eastern coastline.

I’m also pleased to confirm that our broadcast partner SportsMax, will again show live coverage across their platforms – terrestrial TV, mobile apps and of course on YouTube. So be sure to tell your family and friends across the globe so they can support you from home while also viewing our beautiful country.

Online registration is now open and I would advise you to register early, as the event is capped at 150 cyclists. To register, visit www.jamicaicc.com.

I look forward to seeing you at the 2024 event.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the team using our webform.

One love

Coach Carlton Simmonds

Race Director