A few extra miles are added to the route to allow for a store stop in the town of Gray at mile 30.
The route is 60 miles total and gently rolling with only 2500 ft elevation. There are no extended, brutal climbs like rides up in the mountains and the route can be shortened to less than 40 miles if needed.
Start time is still up in the air but I thought I'd put it out there in case any gravel minded individuals are interested.
It will be chill. Come on out. Bring your cross bike or mountain bike. No one will get dropped or left behind.
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