Aberfoyle Gravel Epic

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Take on part of the Wild Westie Weekend and embrace nature in the Aberfoyle Gravel Epic. Offering lots of amazing great gravel, dirt and natural trails this ride will be like no other. Whether you want to take part in the whole weekend, or just a part of it, this event is set to stun.
Long Route - 104k, Medium Route - 74k and Short Route - 43k
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Mon, 29 May 2023
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Aberfoyle, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Aberfoyle, Stirling FK8, UK
Start times
Monday, 29 May 2023
Long Route - 104k: 8:00 amMedium Route - 74k: 8:00 amShort Route - 43k: 8:00 am
Event summary
Here are the distances available for Aberfoyle Gravel Epic
Long Route - 104k
Medium Route - 74k
Short Route - 43k
Route information
Long Route
Distance: 104km
Elevation: 2220m
Percentage of Route Off Road: 90%
Arguably the best gravel riding in the UK, riders will head north from Aberfoyle into the Achray Forest. Here, riders can enjoy some climbs before travelling back south into the Loch Art Forest. Although the toughest climbs are in the first half of the route, there'll be a tough switchback climb near the base of Ben Lomond. Plenty of stunning views I will keep you distract before looping back to the race village via Loch Chron.
Medium Route
Distance: 74km
Elevation: 1450m
Percentage of Route Off Road: 85%
The medium route mirrors much of the long route but peels off at 71k and heads back to the race village via Loch Ard.
Short Route
Distance: 43km
Elevation: 950m
Percentage of Route Off Road: 80%
The short route follows the same challenging first 40k as the medium and long routes by starting with a tough 3k climb at 8% but then taking in some flatter Lochside gravel before finishing with a quick climb then 5k gravel descent to Aberfoyle.
What's included
  • Route GPX (sent out one week before)
  • Feed stations with fruit, cakes, coke, water & more
  • Beer at finish line
  • Fully way-marked route
  • Chip-timed results
  • Race Village
  • Free parking
  • Toilets
  • Rider support vans
How to get there
Aberfoyle, Stirling FK8, UK
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There will be free on-site parking available on the day.
Event day logistics
07:45 Ride village opens
08:00 – 09:30 The Ridgeway Gravel X starts
17:30 Ride village closes
19:00 Links to ride times and photos sent to participants
Mechanical issues
There will be mechanics at all aid stations and ride captains to also help with any bike issues.
Race Village
At the race village, there will be toilets coffee, cake, and lots of food trucks to try.
Feed stations
Feed stations will have water, coke, cake, fruit and sports nutrition bars and nut butter. They will be approximately every 30 kilometres.
What is the best bike for the Aberfoyle Gravel Epic?
It is recommended to have a gravel bike with 35-40mm tyres. The tracks should be dry.
How do I find out my start time for the Aberfoyle Gravel Epic?
The race starts at 8am and the start line is open until 9:30am.
What happens if i have a mechanical problem with my bike at the Aberfoyle Gravel Epic?
There will be mechanics at all feed stops to help you and ride captains along the route to offer support, make sure to bring a basic repair kit for small incidences.
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