L-N-L Gravel Grinder – La Crosse, Wisconsin

When:
September 4, 2016 @ 08:00 – 17:00
2016-09-04T08:00:00-05:00
2016-09-04T17:00:00-05:00
Where:
Cameron Park
La Crosse
WI
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeeremiah Burish
608-782-2250

L-N-LGravelGrinderFrom the Promoter:

The ride is part of our Bicycle Festival and is called the La Crosse Gravel Classic, a 56-mile road race and/or bike tour. Your choice. The unique road-racing format is done in six parts on the gravel back roads of Minnesota, just across the Mississippi River from La Crosse. Whether you are racing or touring, the event is free, but you’ll need to register online or at the Cameron Park registration tent. We recommend you ride or tour the course on a mountain bike, cross bike, or road bike equipped with extra wide tires. The 56 mile course has 3 climbs totaling 2800+ feet of climbing. The course is unsupported but well marked by volunteers.

You can study the course in advance at Ride with GPS. Please obey all traffic laws and be extra safe. We have broken the race into 6 parts. Three of the parts are ridden neutral. Three parts are raced. The first two race parts are for fun and bragging rights, and the final race part is to crown the overall La Crosse Gravel Classic.

Visit the Promoter’s website for further details.

2 comments on “L-N-L Gravel Grinder – La Crosse, Wisconsin

  1. This event is entirely accurate. We are hosting a gravel “race” on Sunday, September 4 at 8:00am from Cameron Park in downtown La Crosse. However, the route and details are incorrect.

    The ride is part of our Bicycle Festival and is called the La Crosse Gravel Classic, a 56-mile road race and/or bike tour. Your choice. The unique road-racing format is done in six parts on the gravel back roads of Minnesota, just across the Mississippi River from La Crosse. Whether you are racing or touring, the event is free, but you’ll need to register online or at the Cameron Park registration tent. We recommend you ride or tour the course on a mountain bike, cross bike, or road bike equipped with extra wide tires. The 56 mile course has 3 climbs totaling 2800+ feet of climbing. The course is unsupported but well marked by volunteers.

    You can study the course in advance here at Ride with GPS. Please obey all traffic laws and be extra safe. We have broken the race into 6 parts. Three of the parts are ridden neutral. Three parts are raced. The first two race parts are for fun and bragging rights, and the final race part is to crown the overall La Crosse Gravel Classic.

    1. Jeremiah, thank you for chiming in. We reply on promoters to give us updates of events as we simply don’t have time to chase everything down! I shall make the edits ASAP.

      JOM

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