UCI World Gravel Series: Gravel, Grit'n'Grind: Halmstad
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A three day gravel stage race
This is a 3 days stage race and part of the 2023 Trek UCI Gravel World Series. There is an overall competition over the three days. And of course, it´s possible to do a single race, two stages, or the full three day stage race. Only the event on Saturday, stage 2, is an official event in the 2023 Trek UCI Gravel World Series that gives you the possibility to qualify for the UCI world championship 2023.

The race weekend kicks off on Friday with a gravel time trial, starting in the city of Halmstad. The course is fast and short but will give our competitors a glimpse of the landscape of the western coast of Sweden.

On Saturday we start stage 2. This race gives you the possibility to qualify for the UCI world championship 2023. We always want to develop the race to become one of the world’s most enjoyed racecourses. That´s why we hope our improvements are taking the race in that direction. The course has about 90% gravel. The course begins with a nice hill that will stretch the peloton. After this hill, the course is fast and smooth to half the race. The second half is more demanding and hopefully this will truly sort out the strongest riders of the day.

On Sunday it’s time for stage 3. This race is supposed to be a more relaxed finish of a beautiful race weekend. But we know from our experience from 2022 that this race also can be very competitive for the front group. Other, did stop and took pictures of the beautiful landscape. It’s free of choice

Event Supporters:
  • Trek Bikes
  • Halmstad City
  • Wapnö

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