Kansas

Upcoming Kansas Gravel Road Bike Rides

March 2018

DateRide
03-10-2018Renegades of Gravel - A Wichita area gravel grinder, part of the Rage Against the Chainring series.
03-24-2018Bulls on Parade - A Wichita area gravel grinder, part of the Rage Against the Chainring series.

April 2018

DateRide
04-07-2018Gravel Grinder National Championship - An annual Lawrence Kansas event presented by the United States Endurance Cycling Federation.
04-07-2018Gravelleurs Raid - A 100+ mile gravel road bicycle race starting at and finishing in Lawrence, KS.
04-14-2018Roll Right - A Wichita area gravel grinder, part of the Rage Against the Chainring series.
04-21-2018Rage of Oz - A Wichita area gravel grinder, part of the Rage Against the Chainring series.
04-22-2018Cool Hand Luke Gravel Grinder - An epic bicycle event through the countryside of Leavenworth County, Kansas. 25, 50 and 100-mile route options.
04-28-2018Open Range Gravel Race - A gravel road race through the scenic and rugged Gypsum Hills of Kansas. 100k and 200k distance options.

May 2018

DateRide
05-12-2018Gravel Ride for Maisie's Pride - A fund raiser for the community pool in Eskridge, KS (Maisie's Pool), with about many scenic and challenging miles of Flint Hills gravel to enjoy.
05-19-2018Elrod's Cirque - A gravel grinder set in the southern Flint Hills of Kansas, starting and ending in downtown Winfield, with 16, 61, and 121 mile route options. Part of the Boneshaker Gravel Series.

June 2018

DateRide
06-02-2018Dirty Kanza 200 - The ultimate gravel grinder, the Dirty Kanza is an extremely challenging ultra-distance bicycling marathon event, starting and ending in Emporia, Kansas and covering 200 miles of blacktop, gravel, and dirt roads through the scenic Flint Hills.

July 2018

DateRide
07-14-2018Olpe Downhome Fun Ride - An annual gravel road mountain bike ride that takes place in Olpe, Kansas, with 22 and 55 mile route options.
07-21-2018The Bomb - An annual gravel road ride that takes place in Burlington KS, in conjunction with the Coffey County Fair, with 25, 50, and 100-mile routes.