Race Details:

Presented By: Pirate Cycling League

The Pirate Cycling League (Hosts of Garmin Gravel Worlds) introduce:

Saturday, February 18th 2023

Welcome the FIRST annual Winter Endurance presented by Garmin Gravel Worlds! The newest Pirate Cycling League gravel event will bring us back to our roots. Small town store for the biking checkpoint, lottery tickets to prove you stopped at the checkpoint, clipboard timing, small participation numbers, and riding and running no matter the conditions!!?

Cyclists will be limited to 150 people. At this time there will be no limit on running participants. 

Saturday, Feb 18, 2023
9AM: 100k Bike
10AM: 50k Bike
10:30 AM: 10k Run

Nearly 100% of the courses will be on gravel and dirt roads north and west of Lincoln. 


100k Bike

Around 63 miles of constant rolling hills north and west of Lincoln. There will be one checkpoint at the Malcolm General store around mile 40. 

50k Bike

Around 31 miles of constant rolling hills west of Lincoln. There will be one checkpoint at the Malcolm General store around mile 20

10k Run

6.2 miles of gravel and dirt roads near the Fallbrook Neighborhood in north Lincoln. 

Lotto Tickets are back!!

All Riders must purchase a Powerball or MegaMillions ticket at the Malcolm General Store checkpoint to prove you stopped to receive an official time. When you finish you will turn in the lotto ticket. 
All the lotto tickets will be pooled together. If any tickets from the event hit a major win, 10% will be donated to the charity and the remaining will be divided evenly among all participants, volunteers, and promoters. 

All Rules and Information

For more information and Rules, go to www.WinterEndurance.com

See you in February! 

Forged in the Fires of Summer
Hardened in the Depths of Winter

Thank you!
Pirate Cycling League


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