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So many folks call this one their favorite Texas gravel grinder! Who are we to argue?
We will be staging once again from the JLK Arena and Events Center in historic Llano, Texas. This is truly where the wild, wild west begins! We're changing the routes up a bit this year to show off some new stuff we think folks are going to really dig. The natural beauty is truly astounding in the area. The route crosses the Llano River multiple times and includes amazing views of Enchanted Rock and other natural features that you won't want to miss.
This one features a fully stocked aid station including wrenching from our friends at Chumba Cycles USA. Ride it or race it, you're going to have a heck of a time and have great stories to tell. Routes of 100K or less will be marked but we still suggest GPS/Navigation device backup. The 100+ mile route is meant to be self navigated and will qualify as a Spinistry 14er route. All routes are considered self supported but will feature access to neutral water tables. There will not be SAG vehicles available. Riders must make their own transportation arrangements if unable to complete the course for any reason.
More details soon. For safety and insurance purposes all riders must wear a helmet and operate their bicycles under their own power. No motorized assistance is allowed.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Thou shalt not have any other goal before you but to have fun.
Thou shalt not make unto thee a litter bug.
Thou shalt not take the spirit of self supported in vain.
Remember event day, it is holy.
Honor thy bike shops and thy distillers/fermenters.
Thou shalt not cheat.
Thou shalt not commit assholery.
Thou shalt not be unprepared.
Thou shalt not touch my timing computer even if you think you know everything about computers and software.
Thou shalt covet thy neighbor's bike, gear, lung capacity, navigation skills, etc. and seek to make them yours as well.