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Miesville FiftySix

The Miesville FiftySix is a gravel road ride through some of the most beautiful parts of Dakota county and just minutes southeast of the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. We are gearing up for Sunday April 29th, 2018. It’s a mass roll-out at 9:00am sharp from the Miesville Mudhens stadium right in Miesville. The route will consist of 56 radical miles Dakota County and the Cannon River Valley. Many gravel enthusiasts have told us that this is one of their favorite rides of the year. That’s a big deal.

The Miesville FiftySix is open to everyone and anyone who likes to ride bikes. We will be capping the event at 600 participants. The registration process will open on February 1st, 2018. 

Parking will be in the back lot of the Miesville Mudhens baseball stadium. Make sure you don’t park anywhere where it is roped off or states NO PARKING.   

The Miesville FiftySix  is a true labor of love, people, and bikes. If you appreciate that concept, please help us keep it free.

 

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Miesville FiftySix Jersey Preorder

<Back to News Home | We received this following bit of information from our friends over at the Miesville FiftySix and wanted to share with you. It’s mentioned below, but you should note: the preorder for their jersey is from April 6th to April 27th. Watch for it to go live on Belch Gear. Also, you should […]

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Racing, Non-Race Racing, And Lanterne Rouge

Editor’s Note: This post, written by John Ingham, follows up his debut contribution (seen HERE) with a thought provoking piece on “gravel non-racing” Racing, Non-Race Racing, And Lanterne Rouge- by John Ingham I was chatting recently about the gravel scene with the owner of a coffee shop that caters to cyclists.  Gravel racing, he noted, […]

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