Gravel Social Ride

Matcham Pony Club 17 Wattle Tree Rd, Holgate, NSW

To celebrate the NSW State CX Titles, Graveleur will be running a mixed terrain explore across the lower Central Coast on Saturday 22 August 2020. You will take in some of the best vistas the area has to offer and see some of the hidden gems too. The ride will roll out at 8.00 am


Gringai Gravel 2021

Tinshed Brewery

Welcome to the newest Gravel event on the calendar, designed for those that love to cruise (not too far and not too fast) and then finish with friends for lunch and rehydration. Enter here Why Gringai? The town of Dungog is situated on the Gringai (also spelled Ku-ring-gai, Kuring-gai, Guringai, Kuriggai) nation lands. It

Thunderbolts Adventure 2021

The Roundabout Inn, Gloucester 28 Church St, Gloucester NSW 2422, NSW

Thunderbolts Adventure FAQ

Thunderbolts Adventure 2022

The Roundabout Inn, Gloucester 28 Church St, Gloucester NSW 2422, NSW

Click this link to read all about this year's event Thunderbolts Adventure FAQ Entries are opening very soon. We will let you know via email so make sure you are subscribed to our mailing list Registration Form Access Existing Registrations Participant Listing

Devils Cardigan

Dorset Hotel 29 Main St, Derby, TAS

When is the best time to visit Tasmania? Not July….unless you are one of the few faithful, a gravel tragic, one who searches for the purest experience, the perfect road, framed by the perfect view, against a backdrop of personal examination on the best course on offer anywhere in Australia, the World, or even the

Dirty Detour

Get ready for an adventure-filled weekend riding the backroads of Monkerai Valley in the foothills of the World Heritage listed Barrington Tops—NSW POSTPONED to 10 SEPTEMBER

The Tassie Tour

Derby Forest Cabins 411 Mutual Road, Derby, TAS

Graveleur, in partnership with Blue Metal Cycling are canvassing for expressions of interest from any cyclist who’d like to join a Gravel tour of North Eastern Tasmania (based out of Derby).

Dirty Warrny

The truest test of performance, machine and sense of adventure. Geelong – Forrest – Warrnambool 246km and 140km Options