Race Details:

Presented By: Ready Set Go Adventures

Welcome to the Fall Edition of the Jersey Gravel Grinder

In an Enduro/Grand Fondo style, you'll be competing for the fastest combined time for specific timed segments, rather than complete ride time. There wil be Men and Women Age Group categories for MEGA & ADVENTURE routes (29 & under, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60+) and overall winners for SOUL.

Timed segments will be tracked using compact GPS Trackers that you will carry in your jersey pocket and return at end of event. There will be signange to let you know when to start going full out and for when you've completed each timed section. Expect awesome prizes from Trek, GU & Ready Set Go Adventures. You can choose to either ride the whole route all out or chill out and enjoy the scenary and just hammer the competitve timed sections.

While we're going to utilize many of the same amazing gravel roads, the routes and direction of the loops will be different from the spring edition as we go to the XL route versions for Adventure and Mega. MEGA will be expanded to a Gravel Century, ADVENTURE to a Metric Century and SOUL to a Half Metric Century. Routes will feature a perfectly mixed all surface ride including plenty of dirt, gravel and paved roads plus optional singletrack (Mega) in the two longer routes. Courses will be well marked with Arrow Signs and all racers will have access to our Ride With GPS Group and ability to route directly from the App on your phone or download GPX/FIT file to load on your bike computer. Access to the RSGA Group and using Ride With GPS with turn by turn and segment audio cues is included with registration.

Aid Stations

There will be well stocked Aid stations for al routes. All will have GU or Skratch Hydration mix, Water and GU Gels. We will also have a mix of other food and drink items including Stroopwaffles, Nature Valley Granola Bars, PBJ, Swedish Fish, Pickle Juice, Coke and more! Aid Station 1 will feature our famous organic pancakes and real maple syrup.

Post Race Party

Raffles throughout the day so all racers have a chance at winning prizes
Food Truck serving Hot Food and Cold Drinks
Ice Cream Truck serving desert.


Each year we tweak the routes, but here is anticipated mileage and elevation:

Mega Gravel  100 Miles with 7,400 Feet Elevation Gain
Adventure Gravel 62 Miles with 4,400 Feet Elevation Gain
Soul Gravel 28 Miles with 1,600 Feet Elevation Gain

There will be a rolling start of each event category starting at 8 AM. We're asking that no one heads out prior to their start time as it impacts aid stations and traffic control at key intersections. All routes will start and end in Bedminster, NJ.







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