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Rouge Roubaix Builder Challenge

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Here’s some exciting news from the folks at the Rouge Roubaix:

Argonaut Cycles, Mosiac Bespoke Bicycles and Breadwinner Cycles are proud to announce The 2015 Rouge Roubaix Builder Challenge. Each builder will bring a team of 4 to race in this years Rouge Roubaix. One slot on each Builder Team is up for grabs, and we want you to come ride with us! We are looking for a motivated, experienced racer to join each team. We could not think of a better way to highlight these special bikes than putting them to the test on a 106 mile grueling gravel race.

Learn more at the Rouge Roubaix Builder Challenge webpage.

 

Pony Xpress Gravel 160

Pony Xpress Gravel 160

Experience the beautiful rolling hills of Trinidad, Colorado in a 160 mile, 90 mile or 50 mile gravel grinder. May 16, 2015.

160 mile, 90 mile, 50 mile timed event with full results. Held on twisty, rolling gravel roads northwest of Trinidad, Colorado. Classes: Men and Women, 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+, Pro (160 mile only). No equipment based classes. Awards and awards ceremony only for 160 mile distance classes.

For more details, see px160.org

Texas Chainring Massacre

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The Texas Chainring Massacre is a full-on gravel grinder featuring a unique combination of dirt roads and desolate country roads that promises to be both scenic and challenging. Riders will be able to enjoy a fantastic route that starts and ends in the “civilized” part of the D/FW Metroplex near Valley View, TX while meandering through some scenic rural areas.

The route can be run on a road bike (with fat rubber), or a mountain bike but riders shooting for the “win” will most likely utilize CX bikes. If you choose to take a road bike on the course please bring extra tubes because there are potholes and some rough sections of dirt road. The race course will fall under USA Cycling’s designation for Mountain Bike Ultra Endurance and Mountain Bike Endurance. We will also offer a fun ride with a distance of approximately 50 miles.

Click or tap here for complete details.