gravel ride tour
63 KM | 1.300 M+
Unmarked 63 km circular route (GPS mandatory) in the Montnegre massif with little technical difficulty, on forest tracks in good condition. This is a tough and demanding route due to the steep gradient of some sections.
Riders will leave Santa Susanna towards the heart of the Montnegre massif. After a short climb to warm up, the ride’s biggest challenge awaits: a 10 km ascent with a continuous gradient until Santa Maria de Montnegre, at 615 m above sea level.
Riders will continue on, with fabulous views of the Montseny massif, before reaching Sant Martí de Montnegre. From this point, a descent to Hostalric will begin, passing close to the Tordera river, before returning to Santa Susanna after overcoming the route’s final climb.
Total distance: 63 km
Approximate time for first participants: 3.5 hours / 4 hours
Feed zones at KM: (TBC)
Percentage of dirt tracks: 70%
Accumulated difference in altitude: 1.300 m+
09:45h Start Gravel Ride Tour Santa Susanna
80 KM / 120KM
The region of Osona and its capital, Vic, are strategically located halfway between the Pyrenees and the Costa Brava. Due to the landscape of inland Catalonia and this unique location, the region boasts a wide range of excellent tracks for GRAVEL.
As part of the GRAVEL RIDE VIC we have designed a route taking in the most impressive places in Osona, including the Vic plain and the Ter river, which are surrounded by mountains, and areas to discover such as Gesabisaura, Collsacabra, Savassona, Les Guilleries, Montseny and Lluçanès.
You can choose between a 80km route and a 120km route. Discover the secrets of history and art on your bike, while in search of new experiences!
Distance: 80 Km
Feed zones: PK 47,7 and PK 61,2
Feed zones: PK 47,7 and PK 83,7
Percentage of dirt tracks: 90%
09.30h Start Gravel Ride Tour Vic
23 SEPTEMBER - 125 KM | 1500 M+
24 SEPTEMBER - 79 KM | 939 M+
This Gravel routes will help you discover Las Gavarres, a rounded massif with forest tracks in good condition, which is perfect for our adventure. The tracks will be followed by GPS, as there will not be any signs along the way, allowing you to experience the gravel adventure in complete freedom. Riders will leave Girona bordering the northern part of Las Gavarres, following the tracks that run parallel to the Ter river lined by poplar trees. At the village of Monells riders will enter an Area of Natural Interest (EIN) via a steep climb surrounded by cork oak and holm oak trees. The routes will move away from traffic and built-up areas until you can feel the silence of the most remote corners of the massif. It will then pass through the western part of Las Gavarres, passing close to Àngels sanctuary and Sant Miquel castle, before entering Girona via the Sant Daniel valley, accompanied by the Galligants river.
- Participation in the event
- Race number
- Exclusive Maillot
- Liquid and solid refreshments
- Medical services
SHORT SLEEVE JERSEY BLITZ UNISEX of GOBIK
This year the longest Canyon Girona Gravel Ride race will be part of the Gran Fondo World Tour Gravel Series.
A ranking with races spread across 5 continents throughout the year, with Pro Cycling Stats ranking amateur gravel riders in partnership with Gran Fondo World Tour ® Series, providing an amateur ranking for gravel riding lovers. This ranking will be linked to the Gran Fondo World Tour ROAD series ranking, which covers a full calendar of events around the world where riders can pick up points.
78-km circular route in the heart of Las Gavarres with no technical difficulty. The whole route runs along forest tracks in very good condition, with little gradient.
The route will begin in a north-easterly direction following the course of the Ter river and the first few kilometres will be flat, combining forest tracks in good condition with B-roads with very little traffic.
In the village of Parlavà it will turn off in the direction of Las Gavarres. At the town of Corçà it will cross the C-66 before going through Monells, where the ride’s first feed zone will be located.
The route will then join the road that goes up to Santa Pallaia hermitage, before turning off to the right at KM 13 onto a forest track in very good condition.
The ride’s second feed zone, which will only supply liquids, will be located at the end of the climb, in the heart of Las Gavarres, near Àngels Sanctuary.
From here riders will continue on passing close to Sant Miquel castle, before which the route will descend towards Girona.