Source Endurance Debuts Sub-Rosa Unpaved: Source Endurance, a coaching and training resource for cyclists, offers a new multi-day training camp/ride experience for those interested in pushing their boundaries or that just want a gravel/back road cycling experience in the Rocky Mountains. Dubbed “Sub-Rosa Unpaved“, the self-described “riding and vacation experience on hidden roads” will be hosted by Source Endurance Training Center of the Rockies” and is a five day riding adventure. The training camp/vacation will held from July 25th-29th. The rides will originate from Beaver Meadows Resort in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado. The vacation/training camp will include travel to and from Fort Collins, Colorado, plus many amenities including chef prepared meals and more. Rides will be guided by cycling coach Zack Allison and Pro cyclist Whitney Allison. For more information please see the Sub-Rosa Unpaved site here.
Gravel Worlds Registration Open: The “tongue in cheek” name of this event dubbed “Gravel Worlds” may seem a bit pretentious, but this event is a seminal “grassroots” style event that should be on every gravel rider’s radar. This year, Gravel Worlds will be held on August 18th in Lincoln, Nebraska. The event grew out of what used to be known as “The Good Life Gravel Adventure”, an event organized by a group of Lincoln based cyclists known as the “Pirate Cycling League”. Then in 2010 they changed up the name to Gravel Worlds, offered “World Championship Jerseys” to category winners, and the rest is history. This year Gravel Worlds will again be starting from the SchillingBridge Cork & Tap House with plenty of the specially brewed “Aye PA” for those hearty mates that manage to finish the 150 miles of Nebraska gravel with an approximate 10,000 feet of elevation gain. Gravel Worlds also features a “meet and greet” at their Friday registration, typically held at the Cycle Works- Moose’s Tooth shop in Lincoln. A small expo is usually there along with craft beer and plenty of folks from the Mid-West’s “gravel family”. The event itself is attended by Pro cyclists and grassroots gravel riders all sharing the same 150 mile course, or if that is too much, there is also a “Privateer” distance course of 75 miles which you can tackle. Registration for Gravel Worlds is open now and you can check that out by clicking the link here.
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