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January, 2023

Saturday
28
Trader Joes - Naperville
9:00 AM
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9:00 start at Trader Joe’s, ride to Whalon Lake and Greene Valley. Appx 20 miles @ 8-11 mph with one bathroom stop at GV. We may shorten the ride if temps get colder. We will be on roads and crushed limestone.
Saturday
28
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Our winter Saturday morning club ride on Zwift. Routes length vary quite a bit week to week but we generally target 45 minutes to 1-1.5 hours. The ride is join any time, even after the event starts, and you can drop at anytime.

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February, 2023

Wednesday
1
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Registration opens at 12:00 am CST. Ride and registration info provided in the link below.
Saturday
4
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Our winter Saturday morning club ride on Zwift. Routes length vary quite a bit week to week but we generally target 45 minutes to 1-1.5 hours. The ride is join any time, even after the event starts, and you can drop at anytime.

Click the ride link in the event calendar for more detail
Saturday
11
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Our winter Saturday morning club ride on Zwift. Routes length vary quite a bit week to week but we generally target 45 minutes to 1-1.5 hours. The ride is join any time, even after the event starts, and you can drop at anytime.

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Sunday
12
Sun, Feb 12, 2023
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Join us the morning of February 12th for the best deals of the season on bicycles and bicycle parts from local vendors. Find out about rides, clubs, and advocacy groups for the year of cycling to come.
Saturday
18
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Our winter Saturday morning club ride on Zwift. Routes length vary quite a bit week to week but we generally target 45 minutes to 1-1.5 hours. The ride is join any time, even after the event starts, and you can drop at anytime.

Click the ride link in the event calendar for more detail
Saturday
25
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Our winter Saturday morning club ride on Zwift. Routes length vary quite a bit week to week but we generally target 45 minutes to 1-1.5 hours. The ride is join any time, even after the event starts, and you can drop at anytime.

Click the ride link in the event calendar for more detail

March, 2023

Tuesday
7
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Refer to the Eventbright link for this event. Social time 5:30-6:00PM hosted by Trek. Equipment presentation 6:00-6:30 with ride and racing tips and techniques 6:30-7:00.

Join our own Jon A. along with a mechanic at Trek Naperville for our Information and Educational Seminar on Gravel cycling and racing. Appropriate for both beginners to gravel as well as people interested in improving their gravel riding performance. (I hate to call it racing but that was it is...)
Saturday
25
Jones, MI
8:00 AM
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MELTING MANN 2023 - EVENT INFORMATION The 10th Annual Melting Mann Dirt Road Bike Challenge will be Saturday, March 25, 2023. Limited to first 1,000 Participants Online Registration will close at 5pm on Wednesday, March 22, 2023. Fees subject to change The 2023 Race and Registration Headquarters have been moved to Swiss Valley Ski & Snowboard Area located at 13421 Mann Street, Jones, Michigan, 49061. About the 10th Annual Melting Mann..... Melting Mann is a Dirt Road Challenge for Mountain Bike, Fat Bike and/or Cycle Cross Bikes of all skill levels. First time racers and experts welcome! You’ll race throughout Newberg, Penn, and Marcellus Townships in Cass County Michigan. The Melting Mann event is named after one of the most challenging sections of the route, MANN Road. MANN Road has been known to turn bikers into hikers! Also accessed via MANN Road, but buried deep in the woods of Michigan’s State land, is Mount Misery, one the highest natural geographical points in Southwest Michigan. You may choose from a 24 mile, 35 mile, or 60 mile route. Come discover what many serious and successful bikers use as their training terrain! Date & Times Saturday, March 25, 2023

April, 2023

Saturday
1
Canal Port Park
8:00 AM
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born on the love of a challenge for riding the Nashbar Road Alpha 5000 anywhere, a seed was planted. how about mixing a variety of terrains and give the rough road 100 an opportunity like none other. bring the roads to the people i say! so test your wits, test your will and see what the day brings. hell, if you have a Nashbar bring that! https://www.roughroad100.com/
Saturday
8
Saranac, MI
10:00 AM
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Dirty 30 Gravel Events offers the below races. Please select the race that intrigues you most to learn more about what you are getting yourself into. -Sick 6 Bike 8:30 start time -Sick 6 Run 8:30 start time -Unclean 16 10:10 start time -STS Custom Bikes Dirty 30 10:05 start time -Filthy 50 10:00 start time -XDirty 130 7:00 start time Dirty 30 Gravel Events are honored to be part of the Michigan Gravel Race Series (MGRS) The Unclean 16 is part of the Mini Course Series The STS Custom Bikes Dirty 30 is part of the Short Course Series The Filthy 50 is part of the Long Course Series The XDirty 130 is part of the Ultra Course Series
Saturday
15
Hastings, MI
8:00 AM
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LIKE THE CLASSIC IT’S NAMED AFTER, BARRY-ROUBAIX WILL TEST RIDERS AGAINST (80%) ROLLING GRAVEL ROADS, PAVEMENT, ONE MILE OF ROUGH TWO TRACK, ROCKS, SAND, MUD, AND POSSIBLY SNOW AND ICE AS YOU TRAVERSE THE SCENIC ROADS OF BARRY COUNTY.
We offer four race lengths to challenge riders of all abilities:
The 18-mile Lauf “Chiller” has approx. 1,200 feet of ascent.
The 36-mile “Thriller” climbs approx. 2,200 feet of ascent.
The 62-mile SRAM “Killer” climbs approx. 3,800 feet of ascent.
The 100-mile Panaracer “Psycho Killer” has over 7,000 feet of ascent! *400 racer cap*

This will sell out...register early.
Saturday
29
Grass Lake, MI
9:00 AM
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RIDE THROUGH THE WILDS OF LOWER MICHIGAN’S LARGEST PARK, WHERE PRISTINE FORESTS, ROLLING GLACIAL TERRAIN, AND SPARKLING LAKES PROVIDE A BREATHTAKING BACKDROP FOR THE GRAVEL CYCLING EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME. Given Waterloo Recreational Area’s glacial history, the bike courses will vary from rolling hill climbs and swift descents to winding curves and rare straightaways. Some roads will be paved. Others may be patched. Most will be dirt and rock. Expect to get dusty. Expect to get grimy. Expect to have the time of your life! 100K: 2 loops that wind through Waterloo’s more than 20,000 acres. 50K: Condenses the best that the 100K offers into half the distance (one loop) 10-mile non-competitive, untimed: a little bit of everything! All courses run counterclockwise, turning left onto Seymour Road from Portage Lake, then right on List.

May, 2023

Sunday
28
https://raceroster.com/events/2023/66573/mchenry-county-century-ride-2023/volunteer/register
6:30 AM
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The 2023 McHenry County Century Ride is excited to bring you a "Hub Spoke" ride to get to your 26-100+ mile bike ride through scenic McHenry County! This ride will showcase the scenic and mainly flat roads of McHenry County. The "Hub" rest stop will fill you with great snacks and sandwiches throughout the ride. From the hub you have a choice of 4 ‘spoke‘ routes with varying distances. The route has distances for every level of rider. Choose the distance, double up on one loop, tackle all four loops...You customize your route. Enjoy four loops connected through one rest stop for a fantastic day of riding! We ride rain or shine. Every registered rider will receive this 24 ounce bottle at registration. Staging for the start and end of the ride will take place in Sunset Park, 5200 Miller Road, Lake in the Hills. Lots of parking available. The rest area, open from 6:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. is located in Union at Veteran‘s Park. We encourage you to join us for our post ride snacks, hydration, and water. Post event food will be served from 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Bring your bag chair and enjoy the food, friends, and stories. Additionally there will be opportunities for photos and bragging rights of your bike stories. NEW in 2023 - "100 Miler Club" bell and signature board. https://raceroster.com/events/2023/66573/mchenry-county-century-ride-2023/volunteer/register

June, 2023

Saturday
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In Gravel We Roam YOU MUST register for the unbound lottery at the Unbound site! “To be unbound is to be untethered and unrestrained. The term’s pre-12th century origins illicit notions of liberation and escape. Those who are unbound embrace life without limits or restrictions. The word owns many definitions and derivations, but each one ultimately reaches the same finish line. To be unbound is to be free. It’s the spirit that 4,000 riders bring with them to the Flint Hills of Kansas for one weekend each spring; the spirit of an event that began with 34 participants in 2006 and now stands as the “World’s Premier Gravel Event.” And so it is fitting that the event and its organization, the one embodied by a limitless ethos that calls Emporia home, now has a name to match its ferocious spirit.” -Emporia Gazette
Saturday
3
Martin High School
8:00 AM
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The Dirty Donut is the first event of its kind held to be held on dirt roads. It offers three different distances of races, 10, 22, 41, and 61 miles, and welcomes a wide variety of cyclists. Everyone from the very serious racer to those that just want a fun riding experience have a place at this event. Serious racers will opt for the “Sprint” race, which is conducted much like any other gravel race and the winners are the first to finish. “Donut” racers will opt for a bit more strategy in a race where the winner is often times not the fastest rider, but the rider who can combine speed with how many donuts they can eat. In the Donut races, each race distance has “donut stops” positioned along the race route. Participants deduct five minutes from their final finish time for each donut they consume at one of our “donut stops” in the race.
Saturday
24
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It is a two day charity ride. More information will be coming soon.
Sunday
25
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The second day of the Bike MS ride. The fundraising minimum is $300. Start time and venue will be coming soon.

July, 2023

Sunday
9
Harter Middle School
6:30 AM
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The Swedish Days Ride is the premier cycling event in Northern Illinois and the signature event of the Fox Valley Bicycle & Ski Club (FVBSC). Now in its 53rd year, the Swedish Days Ride travels the quiet, scenic and relatively flat paved roads of rural Kane, Kendall and DeKalb counties, meandering through cornfields and through shaded thoroughfares. ??????The Swedish Days Ride offers five routes ranging from 25 miles to the iconic Double Metric Century (131 miles), providing a “just right” distance for cycling families to competitive athletes. The ride is fully supported with one centralized rest stop boasting AC/indoor facilities stocked with nutritional items served in a COVID-responsible manner, onsite morning emergency mechanical support and bicycle supplies, and roaming SAG patrol vehicles. With over 75 helpful volunteers, the Swedish Days Ride provides a superior riding experience to approximately 800 guests each year. FVBSC donates 95% of the proceeds from this event to support organizations promoting safe cycling, education, advocacy, infrastructure development and cycling for people with disabilities, such as the Ride Illinois, Rails-To-Trails Conservancy, Illinois Prairie Path and Project Mobility. Our event has no affiliation with the Geneva Chamber of Commerce’s Swedish Days Festival.
Saturday
29
https://www.amishlandandlakes.com/
8:00 AM
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Amishland and Lakes, based at Lakeland High School in LaGrange, Indiana is a two day bike tour of the Amish countryside and lakes of northeast Indiana. Amishland and Lakes is all about enjoying riding, viewing the scenery, and socializing with other riders. We have participants from age 3 to 93, families, women‘s groups, and regional cycling clubs from throughout the Midwest, and we have been told that the ride is very "tandem friendly." The Amishland and Lakes bicycle tour visits a world where lifestyles have remained almost unchanged for over a hundred years. The routes range from 22 to 100 miles, offering smooth, quiet roads, where buggies are numerous and cars are few. There are wide open spaces, clean country air, friendly people and lots of great food. There is plenty to explore, experience and eat. Amishland and Lakes is famous for great SAG food (watermelons, peaches, blueberries, bananas and fresh baked cookies), and there are Amish bakeries, restaurants and homemade ice cream parlors along the route for riders who want to sample local “home cooking.” We‘d love you to view a video taken by members of the Louisville Bicycle Club—Amishland riders for many years!

August, 2023

Friday
11
Bayangol hotel
8:00 AM
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Start planning your next adventure now. Explore Mongolia on your mountain bike in 2023. It is limited to only 108 participants. Early bird rate is 1.850 euros.

Race date: August 11th to August 20th, 2023. Register below.
Saturday
19
Charlotte, MI
10:00 AM
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Fast Fitty is Charlotte’s premier Gravel Grinder featuring some great views and long, grinding climbs! While traversing Eaton and Barry counties, you’ll race along Lacey Lake and several country scenes on approximately 85% unpaved roads. There are 3 different distances with cash payouts to the Top 3 Men & Women overall in the 54 & 36 mile distances. All proceeds are given to The House of Promise in Lansing, MI. NOTE: Price increases after March 31 and may sell out.