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With 20 years of stage race experience, TransRockies goes ‘all in’ on gravel for 2021 Panorama, B.C. (Sept. 9, 2020) — ​TransRockies Race Series,​ a global leader in adventure stage races, is excited to announce a brand new premiere gravel bike race - the ​TransRockies Gravel Royale​, which will take place in British Columbia, August 23 - 26, 2021. Traversing Panorama Mountain Resort, Nipika Mountain Resort, The Village of Canal Flats and the City of Fernie, B.C., the four-day stage race will cover 375 km (233 miles) and around 7,000 m (23,000 ft) of climbing. Registration for the 2021 event will open September 21.“We are excited to be coming back up to this area of B.C. after hosting the first TransRockies Challenge mountain bike stage race 20 years ago,” says Aaron McConnell, President of TransRockies. “As gravel continues to grow, we knew we had an opportunity to create an epic experience

Hi Gravel Buddies. Tim Kremer has reached out to me eager to have you member riding their challenging events abroad. Gravel Epic just announced that thanks to sponsorship deals the cost for the Gravel Epic | Marrakesh and other Gravel Epic events has been reduced to EUR 169 during the early bird and EUR 199 full price.Members at the UK Gravel Bike Club get a 25% discount (please enter UKGBM  during checkout)which means the cost for this amazing event is only EUR 126 at the moment.Visit www.gravelepic.com or www.youtube.com/c/gravelepic for more information.So for those wishing for a bit of foreign gravel grinding

The Manawatu region in the north island of New Zealand, is well known for hosting enduring sporting events. The annual Gravel and Tar Classic for professional male cyclists introduced two new events this year - Gravel and Tar La Femme (for professional women cyclists) and the Manawatu Slicks and Stones 100 for amateur cyclists.The Manawatū Slicks and Stones 100 is steering to become an illustrious event on the NZ national sporting calendar. It is open for amateur cyclists on the same day as the professional races, and travels over a similar gravel and tar circuit. Already touted as ‘one of the toughest events in the Southern Hemisphere’ – it’s expected to become a ‘mark your calendar’ event for amateur cyclists seeking the ultimate sporting challenge.A participant in this year’s Slicks and Stones commented afterwards that the event was excellent with a fantastic group of riders who were friendly and helpful.