GRALLY IS BACK!!!
Gravelers Bicycle Group in collaboration with the non-profit organization “Pedal for HOPE”, will host the Gravel Rally Ride event in Southwest Miami Dade County, starting from BLACK POINT PARK & MARINA.
Minimum registration donation is $20 and all proceeds will go to “Pedal for HOPE”, a non-profit organization whose main focus is to provide school supplies to children in need.
Make it a friends and family day: Groups, teams, friends and families are encouraged to enjoy Black Point Park green areas after you ride. Bring your favorite picnic setup and enjoy this beautiful waterfront park, overlooking the marina!
Please note, GRally is not a race, it is designed to be fun and challenging ride, with the benefit of bringing light to our awesome bicycle gravel paths currently available to everyone in the area, no matter your riding level, Male and/or Female.
The morning of the event, their will be a check-in and registration area plus we will have a tent with bike mechanic and a breakfast tent with water, ice, fruits and a few treats. Throughout the ride OASIS style rest stops will be fully stocked with water, ice, fruits and a few treats.
< Helmet is Required, Ride safe! Ride smart! >
MOUNTAIN BIKES and Fat Tires are recommended, CYCLOCROSS and some HYBRIDS are welcome. Inspect your bike prior to GRally. The terrain is rough and not suitable for road bikes.
RIDE AND EVENT DETAIL:
LOCATION START: BLACK POINT PARK & MARINA
24775 SW 87 Ave
Miami, Florida 33190
REGISTRATION Start: 7:00 to 7:45 a.m.
Participants meeting: 7:45 to 7:55 a.m.
Event START: 8:00 a.m.
Event END: 12 noon
Registration: $20 (minimum Donation)
(All proceeds will go to “PEDAL for HOPE”)
Prizes! Raffles! Giveaways!
3 Oasis style fully stocked rest stops (44 miles route).
1 Oasis style fully stocked rest stops (22 miles route).
44 miles – Recommended for experienced riders.
22 miles – Still a challenging and fun route for some intermediate and novice riders.
*Routes will split at first rest stop.
ROUTE SURFACE DESCRIPTION:
A mixture of gravel, grass, coral, freshly laid gravel, double track fire roads and levee road.