Single-Day to Five-Day Gravel Stage Races
Stand Alone Events & Gravel Race Series
We specialize in events for all rider abilities. From one-day, two-day, three-day, and even the grand tour of gravel at the five-day epic Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder, you'll find the perfect ride to challenge you and give you memories of a lifetime. Sign up for one, two, three, or the entire Oregon Gravel Grinder Series.
Where is the best place for early spring gravel cycling near Portland? The Gorge Roubaix was the first gravel race in Oregon and it got its start in The Dalles, an hour east of Portland, because of early season riding conditions.
With moderate marine air flowing off the coast coupled with being located in the rain shadow of the Cascade Mountain Range it is your best bet for sun and warm temps in the spring.
The Cascade Gravel Grinder is one of the most scenic and diverse gravel events in the country. Located in Bend, Oregon the event will provide three days of amazing rides through the Central Oregon high desert and Cascade Mountain Range. Bend is home to thousands of miles of remote gravel roads where deer outnumber cars 10 to 1.
All three days of riding offer different scenery and challenges.
5 days, 4 nights, 350 miles – The Grand Tour of Gravel!
On this gravel adventure, you'll find roads less traveled, mounting challenges, and smack in the middle of it all, the breathtaking beauty of Oregon. You do the hard work in the saddle and we'll take care of everything else- from morning coffee, daily meals, post-ride snacks, beer and whiskey bar, and camp entertainment.
The Ochoco Gravel grinder & Festival is two days of racing and riding on some of the best roads in Oregon, during the most beautiful time of the year. July's warm summer days and cool nights with low humidity make for ideal riding conditions.
The Ochoco National Forest is a beautiful place with minimal traffic, located an hour east of Bend.
Special Blend Gravel Camp is a stepping stone for a season of success and smiles.
You’ll spend the weekend riding amazing gravel roads, focusing on cornering and descending technique, and learn about tire setup, road-side mechanical skills, nutrition and recovery, and stage race tips and tricks from some of the best in the business of gravel.
The Lost & Found Gravel Festival features a 101-mile route with 8,100 feet of elevation gain as well as shorter 39 mile and 69-mile routes.
The course features a perfect blend of pavement, dirt, gravel road, and historic railroad grade. Racers must choose their weapon wisely (Gravel Bike, Cross Bike, or Mountain Bike).