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Hello from Mark Chambers, the creator, and manager of the UkGravelBike.club. Firstly, thank you so much for making the 'Gravel bike' community that counts in the UK!   As you may have realised, this is a voluntary run community based on non-profit and freedom. I receive many emails requesting to publish your events on the self-funded website which I have created and run:   https://www.ukgravelbike.club (which clocks roughly +100 visitors a day - without advertising) https://www.ukgravelbike.club/event/   My response time is not very quick due to day-to-day work obligations. So I have thought of a solution!     I would like to offer all UK GRAVEL BIKE EVENTS AGENCIES the possibility of uploading their events in complete autonomy onto the site and then sharing them on our group pages. This is very simple to do as the platform is developed on WordPress - which is not rocket science. 🚀   So where's the

Wish One - August 28/29th 2020 Wish One is a french cycling brand based in the department of Aveyron. When Maxime Poisson and François-Xavier Blanc founded the company their ultimate goal was to inspire people to ride their bike. Human is at the center of the project because they believe that bicycle is a great vector of progress for the humanity. They organized a durable eco-system to design unique bicycles in terms of design and performance. They also thought about how to create new inspiration for the cycling practice, their goal was to explore new way of approaching cycling : far away from the busy roads, in beautiful scenery… while making it epic, challenging and fun. It’s where the idea of creating the Wish One 130 started. The Wish One 130 «des Causses à l’Aubrac» The Wish One 130 is an ultimate cycling race

The area is well known to mountain bikers and boasts around 24,000 acres of woodland to explore. We have organized social rides in the Forest for over a year, but found that the single group format was presenting a barrier to many who were unsure of the pace or distance involved. That is the beauty of this new format. You start when you like, rest when you like and travel at your own pace. Riding the route on a single day should help to keep some of the social elements of previous rides. Self-supported and self-paced; there are no entry fees, no marshals, no route markers, no feed stations and no mechanical or first aid support. All we supply are great routes along the best gravel paths, lanes and byways that the Forest has to offer. The series will kick off with

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gYgM0iYmNI Surly Dunoon Dirt Dash A week-long festival celebrating the outdoors in and around Dunoon will be held for the first time in the town on Scotland’s Adventure Coast from 27 September to 5 October 2019. The festival provides a week packed with activities for those who love the fresh air and adventure, including walking, running, mountain biking, bikepacking, fishing, sailing and inspiring talks. The festival starts with a two-day bikepacking event on Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 September, the Surly Dunoon Dirt Dash, which attracts riders from across the UK, including Jenny Tough, the first woman to finish the Silk Road Mountain Race in 2018, Steve Bate MBE, Double Paralympic Champion and World Champion, Jon Gildea, Double Paralympic World Champion and Jason Miles, two times Strathpuffer winner. Charlie Hobbs, former Bikemonger, and Markus Stitz, singlespeed around the world cyclist, have created an event which

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

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