Gravelanche – Gravel Cycling Race

Grab your bike and take on a low-country challenge on two wheels over 35, 60, or 100 miles of gravel and road.


New bike
Gravel Cycling
New distance
30 mi. / 50 mi. / 100 mi.
+347 - +747 ft.
Huger, SC

Ride Info

Friday, March 1st

  • Packet Pick-up & Social

    Alcoholic beverages available for purchase


Saturday, March 2nd

  • Registration

    35/60/100 Miles


Additional Information

Critical Rider Information

Gravelanche is an endurance bicycle ride that subjects the participants to the inherent and considerable risks normally associated with a continuous gravel cycling event. The considerable length of the ride on the roads and back country trails involves substantial risk to all participants that could result in significant injury and death. The nature of this relay means that riders will face substantial physical challenge, endure long periods out of range of food or water and any contact with cell service or other services. All riders must rely on their own capabilities to complete and endure this event and each rider is required to be self-sufficient during the entire event. There should be no support expected from the event organizers.

All riders are reminded that they are responsible for their own safety at all times. Riders will experience rough terrain that will subject the riders to wildlife, natural elements and dangers, vehicles, weather and all other elements that create dangerous conditions for riders. Riders are encouraged to review the route, research the terrain and types of riding involved and understand the true nature of the event in order to accept the significance of what they will experience. Riders are accepting that the very essence and nature of the ride involves these significant risks and these challenges form the basis for each riders desire to participate.

Race Information

  • Helmets are required to be worn at all times.
  • Support vehicles are not permitted for this race.
  • The 35 and 60 mile races will have one aid station and the 100 miler will have two aid stations, both are marked on the map.
  • The course and roads are open to traffic. All racers must follow forest service rules and traffic laws of the road.
  • If you have an emergency on the course call 911 or the local authorities listed on your que sheet. There will be no event management SAG.
  • Please notify event officials if you leave the race.
  • Racers will need to use que sheet and GPS to follow the course, there will be no course markings.
  • Distributed bike plates must be displayed on the front of your bike at all times.
  • Riders need to be prepared to fix anything that may come their way (flats, mechanical, etc).
  • All racers are required to track their race on GPS in the case of disputes.

Photo Gallery

  • Grevelmap Content Capture / June 2023 - Sean Richard
  • Francis Marion National Forest Middleburg Plantation
  • WWC-middleburg-feb22-Samuel-Martin-74
  • Peak to Pines 2022 - Sean Richard
  • Francis Marion National Forest Middleburg Plantation

Race Shirts

Recover Brand race shirts are only guaranteed to those who pre-register on or before Feb. 19th, 2024

  • 2024_Events_WRS_Gravelanche_TShirt


Friday, March 1st

  • Saturday, March 2, 2024
  • 5:00pm Packet pick-up opens
  • 7:00pm Packet pick-up closes

Saturday, March 2nd

  • Saturday, March 2, 2024
  • 6:30am Packet pick-up begins
  • 8:00am 100 mile race starts
  • 9:00am 60 mile race starts
  • 10:00am 35 mile race starts
  • 1:00pm 35 mile course closes
  • 3:00pm 60 mile course closes
  • 4:00pm 100 mile course closes

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