Boone-Roubaix Gravel FUNdo
Riders tested themsleves on a 50 mile route featuring 10 miles of unpaved roads and a series of challenging climbs including the infamous Koppenberg of the High Country, Big Flatts Church Road along the New River and through the Blue Ridge Mountains. On the course, cyclists had to cover 10 miles of unpaved roads and surmount a series of challenging climbs. The most notorious section, dubbed "the Koppenberg of the High Country" after the infamous hill in the Tour of Flanders, consists of a pair of quarter-mile climbs with 20-percent grades on a mile stretch of dirt road.
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