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Find out more » Bill Underdown's Roubaix-style Group Ride BURGR109: A gravel grind from Gleason including rough fire lanes and fast single lane roads with plenty of climbing. We’re changing this year to a morning start to make it easier on those who want to stay the night and do Sunday morning’s Mowbray road ride. Multiple distances/difficulty levels winding through scenic Hill County.
Bonus single track included to commemorate the 7th edition. Terrain varies from flat field roads to treacherous loose rock rollers.
The fun ride will be around 40 miles in length and all participants that finish will receive a SGA participation medal. Find out more » 2018 Lunar Kanza – Saturday, July 28th Lunar Kanza is not a race…it’s a 50-mile fun, leisure night-time bike ride and 13.3 mile night run, conducted under a full moon on the gravel roads surrounding Emporia, Kansas.
The ride utilizes an out-and-back format, while the run employs a lollipop route, which allows both riders and runners the option of turning around at any point along the course and making it shorter. Find out more » Bike Races: 34 & 50 miles The Divide will start in downtown Manton and head south and west towards the dirt roads that skirt the Manistee National Forest.
Welcome to Twin Creeks, a master planned, transit oriented community that opened in Central Point, Oregon in 2001.
Nearly 150 years later and the Czech heritage is still alive and well. Find out more » The HAMR is a new checkpoint based gravel race in the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The most efficient way to link the mandatory checkpoints will be approximately a 70-mile Adventure Loop.
For 2018 we’ve got a new venue, so we’ll be re-configuring the routes a bit (we’ll announce those when confirmed) but will retain two route options. On either loop we’ll take through the Vermont countryside, down twisty descents, by mountain streams, maybe a covered…
Find out more » NORTH LONDON DIRT A sixty eight mile loop through North East London taking in as many back roads, dirt tracks and gravel paths as we’ve been able to fit in. Fork Horners 47: Wide open gravel roads through farm country and forest with moderate elevation.
Find out more » Raid Lamoille was created way back in 2012 by the fertile minds at LOCO Cycling as a gravel ride to share with our friends.
Since then it has become a must-do for serious gravel cyclists.