2018 U.S. Gran Fondo National Series, supported by Haute Route

Gravelthon, Dallas, TX - 5th March 2016


February 24 2018
Dallas, Texas, USA

Gravelthon! Dallas is a collaborative effort by several key affiliates to promote cycling adventures within the urban sprawl of Dallas. This is a unique event which is accessible to almost anyone who can ride a bicycle while still providing a challenge even to elite athletes. Gravelthon! offers a safe enviroment away from the hustle and bustle of traffic and "civilization" while still being within site of the Dallas skyline.

The routes will incorporate iconic features such as the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and the Continental Avenue Pedestrian Bridge/Plaza. It will then zig-zag along the unpaved Trinity Corridor levee trail system for a 20+ mile adventure circuit completely away from any vehicular traffic but always in sight of the Dallas skyline. Endurance riders are welcome to ride multiple laps to take the complete distance ridden over 100 kilometers!

A significant portion of each entry/registration directly supports The Trinity Commons Foundation and its mission.

Gravelthon, Dallas, TX - 5th March 2016

Routes: 20, 40, 60 miles
Difficulty of Greatest Route: C - Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
Time Zone: Central Standard Time (CST)
What's Included?

The route will be completely marked with distinctive signage including directional arrows for every turn. In addition to support at the main staging/timing area there will be on course aid station manned by professional bike mechanics which will also have snacks and drinks available. Roaming course marshals will be riding along with each group to offer any support that's needed along the way. And realistically, you are never more than 5 minutes from the main roads of Dallas;

Start Address: Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Dallas, TX
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