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Shackleford Spring Punch MTB (MTB/Gravel)

Shackleford Village Hall Shackleford Rd, Godalming

Enjoy a spectacular Spring outing across the Surrey Heaths and out to the Devils Punchbowl! Based in the tiny village of Shackleford, near Guildford, this is an accessible event with easy access from the A3, but also perfectly placed to get you right out into the countryside of the Surrey heathland! We’ve put together a fast and furious course, with an entertaining variety of trails, from the unique challenges of the greensand heaths to the unexpected gnarl of the Punchbowl descents! There’s a bewildering network of trails around here, but we’ve used our local knowledge and experience of the area to pick out the very best spring circuit – all you have to do is ride and enjoy!


Hertfordshire Gravel Loop by LondonGravel.CC

SpokesCycles CC Ridge Farm, Rabley Heath, Codicote

HERTS Loop by SpokeCycles.CC 8th of May 2021, 65km 710m 11kmh   Another exciting and picturesque Hertfordshire loop! Enjoying the beautiful landscape and ‘proper gravel’ of the British Countryside (according to some HC Londoners 😉)!   Meeting at SpokeCycles.CC, Ridge Farm, Rabley Heath, Codicote, Hertfordshire, AL6 9UA,-0.222244,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x8431c58a4ceb3b6!8m2!3d51.847999!4d-0.222244   Coffee and snacks will available to purchase at the meeting point. The meeting point is just couple of kms from the Welwyn Garden City train station, for those coming by train from central London, which should only take 30mins tops. There will be quite a few of us driving from North and East London able to accommodate for a couple of additional bikes & riders each! Please lift your hands and reach out in the group to arrange! ‘A good few hours on the bike starting out east and dropping down into Bramfield before turning north through Walkern and circling round […]


Secret Surrey Sportive

Glorious Gravel Cranleigh Cranleigh

RIDE OVERVIEW Explore a new part of Surrey, away from the famous climbs, avoiding the roads and going well off the beaten track. This 74km loop from Cranleigh should take you between 4 & 6 hrs with some rolling hills at the start & end either side of a long, fast and flat section on the Downs Links.   DISTANCE: 73KM | ELEVATION: 739M RIDE DIFFICULTY 2/5 TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY 1/5 PERCENTAGE OF ROUTE OFF ROAD 66% Bike & Tyre Choice: The route has a real mix of terrain from packed gravel, tarmac, grass trails & forest sections. Gravel bikes are ideal but mountain bikes will be suitable on the commons & woodland parts. Not suited to road bikes. RIDE HIGHLIGHTS See a different side of Surrey, away from the crowds Ride through heath, forest & rolling hills Some fast sections on the Downs Link Social drink at the finish village   […]


Battle Gravel 100

Soberton Village Hall School Hill, Soberton

Part of the Battle in the Bowl Super CX weekend, Battle Gravel 100 is an open hill challenge with timed stages on the private Battle in Bowl race circuit! The event takes you on a fantastic 100km (or 66 or 33km) open hill ride on the South Downs; starting, finishing on and passing through the Battle in the Bowl race circuit as you take on one, two or three laps of the 33km course! Choose the Gravel Race category and race those timed stages for podium places and prizes, or go for the Gravel Challenge category if you just want to take on the hills without the race element!


Battle in the Bowl Super CX

Matterley Bowl, Winchester

Hosted within Matterley Bowl near Winchester, the Battle in the Bowl features two hour races over a stunning four mile circuit, featuring flat-out fast gravel tracks, a breathtaking grass track climb around the rim of the bowl itself, a flying wooded descent back to the arena and over a mile of taped, technical classic ‘cross! 90% of the circuit will be viewable from the massive arena, making Battle in the Bowl a visually inspiring experience for racers and spectators alike! Battle in the Bowl has something for all levels of rider, including, junior, open and elite categories, with a full day’s programme of racing!


2021: Keswick Mountain Festival challenges off-road cyclists with new gravel event

Keswick Mountain Festival Crow Park, Keswic

Keswick Mountain Festival has announced details of a new gravel cycling event for 2021. The DexShell Hell in the Fells will see riders tackle 72km of challenging ascents and descents on gravel routes in the North Lakes. Designed for riders of all abilities, the latest addition to the festival’s comprehensive outdoor sports programme will also be open to e-bikes. DexShell Hell in the Fells is scheduled to take place on Sunday 23 May and entries are open now. Founded in 2007, Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) is one of the UK’s best-loved outdoor festivals, attracting thousands of visitors to Cumbria for its unique mix of live entertainment, sporting events, outdoor adventures, high profile speakers, taster activities, exhibitor stands and camping for all of the family. This year’s festival will run from 21-23 May, based in the open air Festival Village on Crow Park, with the scenic backdrop of Derwentwater and the […]


Forest of Bowland Gravel Sportive

Slaidburn Glorious Gravel Slaidburn

RIDE OVERVIEW One of the best gravel loops in England taking in two iconic sections - the Pennine Way and the ancient Salter Fell Road. This is a very wild ride with parts a long way from a paved road. The views throughout are spectacular as we take in the Forest of Bowland & Yorkshire Dales. A northern classic. DISTANCE: 103KM | ELEVATION: 2126M RIDE DIFFICULTY 4.5/5 TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY 4/5 PERCENTAGE OF ROUTE OFF ROAD 50% Bike & Tyre Choice: The route is 50% on quiet lanes and 50% on more technical gravel & off road tracks. It is designed for gravel bikes, we suggest 40mm or wider tyres. A mountain bike will be fine on the off road sections but obviously slower on the 50km of tarmac. Road bikes are not suitable. RIDE HIGHLIGHTS Ride the legendary 23km Salter Fell Road Enjoy the beauty of the Forest of Bowland […]


Dorset Dirt Dash 50/50

The Red Lion 63 High St, Swanage

The Dorset Dirt Dash 50/50, formerly know as the Dorset Gravel Dash is a self-supported bikepacking event on the Isle of Purbeck around Swanage, split over two days with an overnight camp on 10/11 October. Now in it's 7th year, this is the perfect way to experience the rugged beauty of Dorset and the Jurassic Coast with fine gravel riding, camaraderie, camping and castles.


Dorset Dirt Dash 100

Red Lion Pub 63 High St, Swanage

The Dorset Dirt Dash 100, formerly know as the Dorset Gravel Dash 100, is a self-supported gravel event on the Isle of Purbeck around Swanage. Now in it's 7th year, this is the perfect way to experience the rugged beauty of Dorset and the Jurassic Coast (a World Heritage Site) with fine gravel riding, camaraderie and castles. Please also check out the Dorset Dirt Dash 50/50 for an overnight adventure.


Chilterns AoNB Gravel Loop by LondonGravel.CC

Princes Risborough Princes Risborough

Yet another great LGCC gravel ride in the Chilterns AoNB, easily accessible from central London by train or car!   Lots of tracks and byways, so very suitable for a group ride. Should give you guys a flavour of the area. This one has chalky tracks from the Iron Age, loamy woodland singletrack, old railway lines, quaint villages and some technical bits too. Tubeless tyres strongly recommended as the hedges have been flailed recently.   Distance: 75km Elevation: 780m Terrain: Off road Difficulty: 3/5 Machine required: Gravel/cyclocross/MTB Route: Join the chat on WhatsApp to be in touch: The ride is FREE to all group members, as are all other LGCC rides. There will be quite a few of us driving from North and East London able to accommodate for a couple of additional bikes & riders each! Please lift your hands and reach out in the group […]


The Ride with No Name MTB (MTB/Gravel)

The Pub with No Name Priors Dean, Petersfield

The ultimate pub ride, the Ride with No Name may be the biggest 30km ride you’ll take on this year! The ultimate early evening ride, starting and finishing at one of Hampshire’s finest pubs, it features a massive 1,000m of climbing and descending in a relentless but little known pocket of hills called the Hangers.This is a short ride with a big punch in one of the most beautiful hidden corners of the countryside that you’ve (probably) never heard of! As if that wasn’t enough, the ride is based from (and named for) the local legend that is The Pub with No Name, one of the very best country pubs you’ll find, where you can enjoy a wide selection of excellent beers, and delicious home cooked food after your ride!


Somerset Gravel Sportive

Wells Glorious Gravel Wells

RIDE OVERVIEW A classic 99km Somerset gravel sportive with a whole lot of variety including the fast flat Somerset levels, the punchy Mendips and a 9km section on the beach. The perfect escape from the city and a chance to see a different side of this beautiful county. DISTANCE: 99KM | ELEVATION: 990M RIDE DIFFICULTY 3/5 TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY 2/5 PERCENTAGE OF ROUTE OFF ROAD 50% Bike & Tyre Choice: The route has lots of sections on quiet back lanes along with mixed terrain off road sections. We recommend a gravel bike to be able to ride comfortably both on & off road but a MTB will be fine. RIDE HIGHLIGHTS – A stunning varied route with quite lanes, bridleways, gravel paths & beaches – Finish with the climb of Cheddar Gorge – Grab an ice cream on the beach – Social drink at the finish village THE ROUTE Wells: 99km, […]




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