Rothrock GRIT Gravel Grinder 2022
Race Details:

Ride it. Race it. Enjoy Rothrock State Forest This race is for you, whether your goal is to be the fastest, push your personal limits, or just have fun and enjoying the beautiful views of nature on a supported ride. Our registration goal is to provide a large women’s field and support equality in racing, we are reserving half of the 500 race spots for women registrants. (This may be increased in 2023 per DCNR approval)
You’ve got GRIT no matter what, but in order to be the grittiest, you must go the full distance. What is your level of GRIT?
GRIT - Tackle the first two climbs and 25 miles.
GRITTIER - Make it over four climbs and 49 miles.
GRITTIEST - Complete all 65 miles and 7,500 feet of climbing to stake your claim as the GRITTIEST rider of the day
Rothrock Grit Gravel Grinder is race Session II of Seasons of Rothrock Race Series. Races are a great way to spend an afternoon pushing yourself to your limit on challenging, fun singletrack, or enjoy a whole weekend with family and friends. We strive to cultivate a community that emphasizes the fun and social aspects of racing while creating local events that have a national-level feel. We invite you to see for yourself what the Happy Valley and the Cycling community has to offer.

These non-profit races will raise funds for our cycling community. We are dedicated to giving you a great racing experience!

Event Supporters:
  • Happy Valley Women's Cycling
  • The Bicycle Shop
    The Bicycle Shop
  • NetCrafter Solutions
  • Specialized Bicycle Components
    Specialized Bicycle Components
  • Highland Training
  • Rothrock Coffee
  • Dronediculous
  • Stans NoTubes
    Stans NoTubes
  • 814 Cider Works
  • Penns Valley Pedals & Pints Bike Club
  • Robin Hood Brewing Co.
  • Tussey Mountain Ski & Recreation
  • Freewheel Creative
  • Cheers Gears n Beers
  • The Happy Valley Adventure Bureau
  • Purple Lizard maps
  • Backcountry Spine & Sport
  • Rothrock Regulators
  • Axeman Brewery
  • Voler


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