• Date
    Saturday April 17, 2021 at 11:00am EDT
    past event
  • Type
    Gravel Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Griffin Bike Park, Indiana United States
    10700 Bono Rd, Terre Haute, IN 47802
  • AKA
    Gravel Fondue
  • Registration
    Open Paid
Race Details:

The Vigo County Parks and Recreation Department presents a Springtime Gravel race with fabulous views of well-known attractions like Garbage Mountain (the local dump) both out and inbound, ride by many pork and turkey farms, and over Numerous train tracks in this lil’more than a Metric long course. There will also be a medium-length course that cuts off the final loop at the Sag stop.

This will be an all-weather event (barring serious weather) so dress accordingly.

The course is a mix of chunky gravel, dirt roads, a bit of pavement, a few hills, and probably lots of mud.

There will be timing/placing for the top 3 in each class, course marshals, and signs to mark the route. GPS devices ARE advised and course route files are available on RideWithGPS. You will find yourself in the middle of Nowhere, Indiana. Often. This is NOT road bike friendly.

Races will be a mass start at Griffin Bike Park and finish at Griffin Bike Park.

$40 Pre-registration fee until April 9th. $50 April 10th and after. This event is a fundraiser for Griffin Bike Park.


Min 1 sag stop will be provided at the 35-mile area. And 2 sag vehicles will be on the course at all times.



Veteran Long Course

Novice Long Course

Veteran Medium Course

Novice Medium Course

Mass neutral start for all categories – 11 AM

Check-in and registration begin at 9 AM. Located at 10700 Bono Road, Terre Haute, IN 47802.
Parking at the site.

Event Supporters:


  • + 1
WimG FOGBP (Mar 7, 2021 at 5:55)
I know these roads, this should be a great event—hillier than you might think!
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